As we walk along hectic city streets, rarely do we ever look up at the skyscrapers around us. French artist Thomas Lamadieu, however, has a keen eye for strange and interesting shapes formed by buildings in the sky. He sees these pockets of sky as opportunities for art and lets his imagination roam free. See more “sky art” here!
With so many buildings throughout New York, it’s impossible to identify them all. James Gulliver Hancock took it upon himself to draw a those buildings, all compiled in his book, All The Buildings In New York: That I’ve Drawn So Far. Hancock is an Australian illustrator who found the architecture in New York to be very intriguing when he first moved to the city. As he attempts to draw all the buildings in New York, he records them on his blog, All The Buildings In New York.
Moby on Strange and Beautiful LA Architecture
He lives — literally — in a castle in the sky. It is a sprawling structure, with a gatehouse turret, nestled under the Hollywood sign, high in the hills of Beachwood Canyon. It has a speakeasy in the basement, and the Rolling Stones once lived there.
It’s a new way of life for Moby, who spent decades in a one-bedroom apartment in the Lower East Side — with his recording studio in his bedroom and his bedroom in his closet. And yet, as it turns out, the musician is something of an architecture buff — captivated by the landscapes of urban geography. For the past year, Moby has been documenting the wild and beautiful ways of LA architecture on his blog, Moby Los Angeles Architecture. We asked him what makes LA architecture so baffling and unique.
Remember when you were a little kid and you got bored so you built an entire full-scale arcade out of cardboard? Yeah, neither do we. Props to Caine.
A new documentary about “The Architect and the Painter,” the infamous Charles and Ray Eames, delves into why their last name should be synonymous with a lot more than a chair.
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