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An Architecture Tour with Aunt Marty

The day after we ate at the New York Grill, we had our long awaited architectural tour in the Shibuya area.  We met up with our tour guide by the flagship Japanese Gap store.   492 more words

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Pomegranate Sky {April is Poetry Month and there's still time} 

Pomegranate

By Kevin Pilkington


A woman walks by the bench I’m sitting on

with her dog that looks part Lab, part Buick,

stops and asks if I would like to dance. 206 more words

Art,poetry,writing

Destination: Krakow, Poland

Hello/Cześć!

Finally, we’ve arrived at the final post of my trip to Poland this past April vacation. After having made my way from the center of the country ( 2,213 more words

Twenties

A Good Architect Borrows, A Great Architect Steals.

I was once told this by one of my professors and honestly I’m not sure if he was quoting someone or not but I’m really not sure how I feel about it. 694 more words

Architecture

The Beauty of Night by Liam Wong

Liam Wong is an award-winning Art Director passionate about creating and designing meaningful aesthetics. Originally from Scotland, two years into his career he moved over three thousand miles from home into his current position (Graphic Design Director at Ubisoft Montréal); becoming the youngest director at the largest games development studio in the world.

Architecture

Return to Urban Landscape

For most of this semester I’ve generally been busy enough with school work to not make too much time to shoot what I wanted to, as I’m sure I’ve mentioned in… 61 more words

Where Creativity Works

For Anglicans, the Center of the Universe

Just months after William the Conqueror successfully invaded southeastern England from Normandy, he began to build a church in Canterbury. These Normans were planning to stay.   851 more words