Time machines

The World’s Littlest Skyscraper / Diedrica, a weblog about architecture / Minecraft is a skill / Landscape, Art and Architecture, a tumblr / What did you do in the design studio today, Daddy? A 1996 view from the drawing board, before visual culture changed irreversibly: ‘There are indications that design is in the process of becoming more visible to the general public, and that in its intersections with music, fashion, publishing and technology, it is accruing some cultural capital.’


Mapping change with Google Earth Engine / photography of the things left behind and the places marked by events / Spotting Real-World Architecture in Monument Valley / Nick’s World of Synthesizers, some great homemade machines in here / PAL 9000, a free Windows noise generator / Progress is Fine, a weblog about old technologies / Bizarre homemade attractions / Bye Buy Stuff, Kate Bingaman-Burt is drawing the things she is ridding herself of / Swissted turns post-punk into a 1970s graphic fantasy.


Charlotte Bland is a photographe. We especially her project, The Coast (via The Common Pursuit, which collects together interesting places to stay around the world) / Like Love Want presents an ever-changing selection of artists exhibiting online / Nick Cobb’s fabulous images of Peckham’s multi-storey car park in ruins; urban bucolic / Derelict London on Instagram / an online index of artist-designed Hermes Scarfs / a re-engineered Polaroid SX-70.

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