1. 19:35 21st Jul 2014

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    mudwerks:

Tamara de Lempicka, in a dress by Marcel Rochas, 1931 (by dovima_is_devine_II)

    mudwerks:

    Tamara de Lempicka, in a dress by Marcel Rochas, 1931 (by dovima_is_devine_II)

     
  2. 23:23 20th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from nevver

     
  3. 18:40 13th Jul 2014

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    turecepcja:

    Paper art by Lynn Skordal

     
  4. 14:20

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  5. 13:09 7th Jul 2014

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    magictransistor:

    Робот руководства.

    oh pobot - how I have missed you…

     
  6. 08:43 6th Jul 2014

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Historical Map: East Berlin U- and S-Bahn Map, 1988
Another amazing historical map from that most fascinating of transit map cities, Berlin. This one shows the U-Bahn and S-Bahn networks of East Berlin in July 1988, just over a year before the fall of the Berlin Wall. West Berlin is entirely omitted, with the S-Bahn ending at Friedrichstrasse with no indication of what lies further west of that point: not even a sektorengrenze.
The numbers at each station indicate the travel time from the nominal “centre” of each system – Ostkreuz for the S-Bahn and Alexanderplatz for the U-Bahn. A green square at a U-Bahn station indicates an interchange to main line trains.
The map itself is pretty basic and ugly, especially when compared to this map, made just five years previously. Route lines and labels head off in just about every possible direction and the whole thing has a very “thrown together” look. However, it’s a great historical document – one of the last East Berlin transit maps.
Source: Robin McMorran/Flickr

    transitmaps:

    Historical Map: East Berlin U- and S-Bahn Map, 1988

    Another amazing historical map from that most fascinating of transit map cities, Berlin. This one shows the U-Bahn and S-Bahn networks of East Berlin in July 1988, just over a year before the fall of the Berlin Wall. West Berlin is entirely omitted, with the S-Bahn ending at Friedrichstrasse with no indication of what lies further west of that point: not even a sektorengrenze.

    The numbers at each station indicate the travel time from the nominal “centre” of each system – Ostkreuz for the S-Bahn and Alexanderplatz for the U-Bahn. A green square at a U-Bahn station indicates an interchange to main line trains.

    The map itself is pretty basic and ugly, especially when compared to this map, made just five years previously. Route lines and labels head off in just about every possible direction and the whole thing has a very “thrown together” look. However, it’s a great historical document – one of the last East Berlin transit maps.

    Source: Robin McMorran/Flickr

     
  7. 08:37

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    Reblogged from theremina

    (Source: vhs-80)

     
  8. 14:20 29th Jun 2014

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    Reblogged from lustik

     
  9. 18:40 27th Jun 2014

    Notes: 242

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    sciencefictiongallery:

Bob Eggleton - Altair

    sciencefictiongallery:

    Bob Eggleton - Altair

     
  10. 14:20

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    ohyesverynice:

The Amperxandt by Hedi Xandt.

    ohyesverynice:

    The Amperxandt by Hedi Xandt.

    (Source: typeverything)