34yr-old broken robot. Attempting self-repair. Need money for parts and fuel. 22027 USA.

8th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from SKULL CRUSHING with 290 notes

rudygodinez:

Hiromi Fujii, Todoroki Residence, (House Within a House #1),Ichikawa, Japan, (1976)

Tagged: Hiromi Fujiiarchitectureconcretecube

Source: rudygodinez

16th February 2014

Photo reblogged from My External Memory with 3,886 notes

you-better-have-a-burn-heal:

mineralists:

Pallasite Meteorite Cube

Neat

you-better-have-a-burn-heal:

mineralists:

Pallasite Meteorite Cube

Neat

Tagged: mineralmeteoritecube

Source: ebay.com

29th January 2014

Photo reblogged from My External Memory with 883 notes

pleasedontsqueezetheshaman:

pretty much.

pleasedontsqueezetheshaman:

pretty much.

Tagged: lifeGPOY3D animationCGIboxcube

Source: hellocatfood

11th January 2014

Photoset reblogged from Kill Testa di Cane with 249 notes

Tagged: Cube

Source: draghimtohell

19th December 2013

Photo reblogged from N E U R O M Æ N C E R with 820 notes

neuromaencer:

by dr.laser

neuromaencer:

by dr.laser

Tagged: dr.laserneuromaencermercurycapsulecubeelement

24th November 2013

Photo reblogged from Xenomorph Warrior Princess with 270 notes

bassman5911:

Box concept by Maxim Goudin

bassman5911:

Box concept by Maxim Goudin

Tagged: Maxim GoudinboxcubeCGIconcept art

Source: bassman5911

20th October 2013

Photoset reblogged from TSM with 908 notes

Tagged: Cube

Source: robertkazinsky

17th May 2013

Photo reblogged from Lucid Madness with 300 notes

ibelongtotheblankgeneration:

daniel du bern

ibelongtotheblankgeneration:

daniel du bern

Tagged: Daniel du Berncube

Source: generationblank

18th March 2013

Photo reblogged from Sink00 with 168 notes

nicoonmars:

John Cornu Comme un gant, 2012

nicoonmars:

John Cornu
Comme un gant, 2012

Tagged: John Cornucube

Source: nicoonmars

18th February 2013

Photoset reblogged from E_KLECTIK with 49 notes

pandamandium:

Game of Space_Source Organization Network

Tagged: Source Organization Networkcube

Source: pandamandium

27th December 2012

Photo reblogged from It's in how you inflect with 228 notes

everyartisthasabday:


“It is weight that gives meaning to weightlessness.” - Isamu Noguchi
(Expo ‘70 Fountains in Suita, Japan)

everyartisthasabday:

“It is weight that gives meaning to weightlessness.” - Isamu Noguchi

(Expo ‘70 Fountains in Suita, Japan)

Tagged: Isamu NoguchiExpo '70fountaincubearchitecture

Source: everyartisthasabday

19th December 2012

Photo reblogged from Architecture of Doom with 283 notes

architectureofdoom:

Cube houses, Rotterdam, Piet Blom, 1982-84

architectureofdoom:

Cube houses, Rotterdam, Piet Blom, 1982-84

Tagged: Piet BlomarchitecturecubeRotterdam

Source: xs4all.nl

13th July 2012

Photo reblogged from The Terrible Triple Feature with 897 notes

Tagged: tentaclescube

3rd January 2012

Photo reblogged from TSM with 11,573 notes

thanksomuch:

aanubis:

vondell-swain:

thelastsamweiss:

vondell-swain:

whoa
i love it

um
anyone else understand what the fuck this is supposed to mean
i just don’t get art sometimes
i really don’t
this is bullshit

it’s an installation piece that tells a familiar, immediately-identifiable story (that of the roughly, carelessly handled package) while simultaneously housing a handful of incredibly interesting ideas. the package was shipped with the full intent of it being handled carelessly, returned and presented as art — completely unbeknownst to the employees, who proceeded to treat it exactly as they would treat a package that did not contain “art”.
that indifference says a lot of things about how absolutely arbitrary the “value” we give to art is, and also poses some interesting questions about when exactly something begins to be classified as art — is it when the piece is planned? is it when the piece is shipped? is it when the piece arrives at the gallery? is it when the show opens?
if you happened across this piece sitting in a warehouse full of glass showcases, it wouldn’t be a piece at all, it would just be an unfortunate error waiting to be thrown away. if you happened across it in a FedEx warehouse, you’d reprimand the employee responsible and toss it. if you happened across it when it was outside the gallery waiting to be brought in, you’d assume the gallery owner would be very annoyed that one of the glass showcases they ordered broke and they’d have to order another one.
in fact, it is the very action of presenting it as a piece of art and opening it up for critical interpretation that defines it as art. that is the action that gives value to these two objects. it allows their story to be told by allowing you to experience it and consider it in an elevated, critical manner that you otherwise would never have done.
it’s a very high-concept piece and so it takes a lot more mental investment in order to understand and appreciate than, say, a pretty painting of a landscape would. but once you do, it’s a very nice treat. I enjoyed it.
(it also happens to be really really pleasing aesthetically, which I’m sure played a large part in the conceptual refinement and physical planning stage after the inception of the original concept. the decision to have the case be cube-shaped and not rectangular was a particularly well-considered decision that adds a lot to the final product.)

BITCHES GOT REPRIMANDED 

Lol owned

thanksomuch:

aanubis:

vondell-swain:

thelastsamweiss:

vondell-swain:

whoa

i love it

um

anyone else understand what the fuck this is supposed to mean

i just don’t get art sometimes

i really don’t

this is bullshit

it’s an installation piece that tells a familiar, immediately-identifiable story (that of the roughly, carelessly handled package) while simultaneously housing a handful of incredibly interesting ideas. the package was shipped with the full intent of it being handled carelessly, returned and presented as art — completely unbeknownst to the employees, who proceeded to treat it exactly as they would treat a package that did not contain “art”.

that indifference says a lot of things about how absolutely arbitrary the “value” we give to art is, and also poses some interesting questions about when exactly something begins to be classified as art — is it when the piece is planned? is it when the piece is shipped? is it when the piece arrives at the gallery? is it when the show opens?

if you happened across this piece sitting in a warehouse full of glass showcases, it wouldn’t be a piece at all, it would just be an unfortunate error waiting to be thrown away. if you happened across it in a FedEx warehouse, you’d reprimand the employee responsible and toss it. if you happened across it when it was outside the gallery waiting to be brought in, you’d assume the gallery owner would be very annoyed that one of the glass showcases they ordered broke and they’d have to order another one.

in fact, it is the very action of presenting it as a piece of art and opening it up for critical interpretation that defines it as art. that is the action that gives value to these two objects. it allows their story to be told by allowing you to experience it and consider it in an elevated, critical manner that you otherwise would never have done.

it’s a very high-concept piece and so it takes a lot more mental investment in order to understand and appreciate than, say, a pretty painting of a landscape would. but once you do, it’s a very nice treat. I enjoyed it.

(it also happens to be really really pleasing aesthetically, which I’m sure played a large part in the conceptual refinement and physical planning stage after the inception of the original concept. the decision to have the case be cube-shaped and not rectangular was a particularly well-considered decision that adds a lot to the final product.)

BITCHES GOT REPRIMANDED 

Lol owned

Tagged: cubeglassFedExart

16th December 2011

Photo reblogged from with 70 notes

vsldry:

Dark brutalism

vsldry:

Dark brutalism

Tagged: brutalismconcretecube

Source: prthrt