Monthly Archives: November 2016

An Architect Maps the Familiar Urban Details of Cities onto Moonlike Globes

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As part of his ongoing Globes series, London-based architect Amer TendToTravel sketches the familiar landmarks and textural street patterns of familiar cities onto tiny moon-sized spheres. Seen here are locales like Paris, Hong Kong, and Melbourne whose skyscrapers reach out like tiny spikes atop the Death Star. You can see more of his completed globes and works-in-progress on his website and on Instagram. If you liked this, also check out the work of Ben Sak. (via Colossal Submissions)

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1950s Soviet melomaniacs made bootleg records out of used X-rays

A collective of British artists have created a project to honour the Soviet citizens who risked their lives copying prohibited music onto bootleg discs made from x-rays to keep the … Read more

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