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Central Florida (em Sao Paulo essa semana)
Between cities and songs, a few dinosaurs, bikes, coffee, maps, and politics.

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nordestebrasileiro:

Miguel Rio Branco
BRAZIL. Bahia State. Sertao (Nordeste). Kiriri Indians. 1985.

nordestebrasileiro:

Miguel Rio Branco

BRAZIL. Bahia State. Sertao (Nordeste). Kiriri Indians. 1985.

nordestebrasileiro:

Miguel Rio Branco - Capoeira

nordestebrasileiro:

Miguel Rio Branco - Capoeira

greeneyes55:

Gaia Portugal 1968 
Photo: Anonymous

greeneyes55:

Gaia Portugal 1968 

Photo: Anonymous

(via imnn)

bagnostian:

"and, muriel, how many times i’ve left this town to hide from your memory, and it haunts me"
chinatown, nyc.
(Fuji X-Pro1)

bagnostian:

"and, muriel, how many times i’ve left this town to hide from your memory, and it haunts me"

chinatown, nyc.

(Fuji X-Pro1)

De La Soul

—Eye Know

mbithi:

De la Soul | Eye Know

(via cundtcake)

theparisreview:

Tony Fitzpatrick, “The Shipwrecked Sailor’s Bird,” from “Etchings.”

theparisreview:

Tony Fitzpatrick, “The Shipwrecked Sailor’s Bird,” from “Etchings.”

hyperallergic:

(via The Vivian Maier “Discovery” Is More Complicated Than We Thought)
Finding Vivian Maier, the documentary about the nanny who’s gained incredible posthumous fame for her previously unseen work as a photographer, was released this past weekend in the UK. But in addition to garnering reviews, it’s also bringing a longstanding but little-covered conflict over Maier’s work and archive to light. The film’s release has “fuelled a row between the men whose accidental discovery of her work … led to Maier belatedly coming to the world’s attention and garnering a posthumous reputation on a par with Henri Cartier-Bresson,” the Independent reported.
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hyperallergic:

(via The Vivian Maier “Discovery” Is More Complicated Than We Thought)

Finding Vivian Maier, the documentary about the nanny who’s gained incredible posthumous fame for her previously unseen work as a photographer, was released this past weekend in the UK. But in addition to garnering reviews, it’s also bringing a longstanding but little-covered conflict over Maier’s work and archive to light. The film’s release has “fuelled a row between the men whose accidental discovery of her work … led to Maier belatedly coming to the world’s attention and garnering a posthumous reputation on a par with Henri Cartier-Bresson,” the Independent reported.

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lucystardust:

Raymond Depardon, Glasgow 1980

(via sociology-of-space)

cartografico:

Ralph Erskine | Plan urbano para una ciudad en el ártico | Territorios del Norte; Canada |1958

(Source: hacedordetrampas.blogspot.co.uk, via arquitecturascorrientes)

flamingo style

flamingo style

(Source: ugrakarma)

comiccartography:

The City
Farel Dalrymple (popgunwar)
Pop Gun War: Gift

comiccartography:

The City

Farel Dalrymple (popgunwar)

Pop Gun War: Gift

(via time-for-maps)