Basements, bold architecture, retromods and nostalgia

A quintessential things post within. ‘Thinking about the “Neo-Andean” architecture that flourished in Bolivia under Evo Morales‘. Work by architect Freddy Mamani / ‘Truly, madly, deeply: meet the people turning their basements into secret fantasy worlds‘ / make your own Renoca, a Japanese coachbuilder that retromods existing Toyota models with a vintage twist (via cars that never made it) / An analysis of international traveller deaths at the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland, 1993–2017 / Tales from the Public Domain: BOUND BY LAW? A comic book exploration of the ‘twilight zone’ by intellectual property and public domain / ‘The rise, fall and rediscovery of the Fender Jaguar‘ / music by Sally Haze / Looking back—The 25th Anniversary of Windows 95.

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