73sand88s:

Fever & Poverty Stricken - Portland, Oregon
Richard & Nora Vandyne KPC-0818

73sand88s:

Fever & Poverty Stricken - Portland, Oregon

Richard & Nora Vandyne
KPC-0818

msnbcphoto:

As wildfires blaze throughout California, Washington state has endured a cataclysmic wildfire season of its own. A series of fires in central and eastern Washington have made 2014 one of the most destructive wildfire seasons on record. Most notable was the Carlton Complex fire, which began as four small fires ignited by lighting in mid-July. The fires spread quickly and combined. It went on to burn 256,108 acres, according to the U.S. Forest Service.  Nearly 300 homes were destroyed in the fire’s path.

Witnessing the aftermath first-hand, Seattle-based photographer Ian C. Bates drove through the affected areas in July, surveying the destruction.

Click here for the full photo essay

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mailorderapocrypha:

 jewelry touched with mystery (1984)

mailorderapocrypha:

 jewelry touched with mystery (1984)

Len Lye

Len Lye

Negative Approach on Why Be Something You’re Not

publiccollectors:

A small notepad created by Acme Eyelet & Stamping Co., St. Charles, Illinois, 1978.

publiccollectors:

A small notepad created by Acme Eyelet & Stamping Co., St. Charles, Illinois, 1978.

jessicaeaton:

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Installation views, CUT FOLD REWRITE at FELDBUSCHWIESNER Gallery, Berlin. May 2 - June 14, 2014. Courtesy the artists and FELDBUSCHWIESNER Gallery.

Curated by Andreas Wiesner and Celina Basra.

JESSICA EATON

CHRISTIANE FESER

LAURIE KANG

KASIA KLIMPEL

MARLEEN SLEEUWITS

CARLY STEWARD

CLARE STRAND

LETHA WILSON

http://www.feldbuschwiesner.de/Neue_Dateien/02_exhibition/exhibitions_doku/cutfoldrewrite/cut_fold_rewrite_install.html

Wish I could have made it to Berlin for this group exhibit I participated in. Installs look great.

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gottlund:

Charcoal Water, 2014
Nicholas Gottlund
Photograph to accompany an upcoming project.

gottlund:

Charcoal Water, 2014

Nicholas Gottlund

Photograph to accompany an upcoming project.

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