informal
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archatlas:

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3 Studio Fuksas
archatlas:

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3 Studio Fuksas
archatlas:

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3 Studio Fuksas
archatlas:

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3 Studio Fuksas
archatlas:

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3 Studio Fuksas
archatlas:

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3 Studio Fuksas
archatlas:

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3 Studio Fuksas
archatlas:

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3 Studio Fuksas
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beesandbombs:

from the archive >:)
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7while23:

Jonathan Prince, Extrusion I, 2013
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staff:

Congrats to the Fred Levy and his Black Dogs Project blog. It’s an effort to correct the fact that black dogs are sadly, routinely passed over for adoption. It’s nothing but photos of black dogs against black backgrounds, it’s beautiful, and it’s about to become a book. It’ll be out in fall of 2015, and its pages will be heavy with ink.
If you yourself have a black dog, by the way, Fred still needs models… 
staff:

Congrats to the Fred Levy and his Black Dogs Project blog. It’s an effort to correct the fact that black dogs are sadly, routinely passed over for adoption. It’s nothing but photos of black dogs against black backgrounds, it’s beautiful, and it’s about to become a book. It’ll be out in fall of 2015, and its pages will be heavy with ink.
If you yourself have a black dog, by the way, Fred still needs models… 
staff:

Congrats to the Fred Levy and his Black Dogs Project blog. It’s an effort to correct the fact that black dogs are sadly, routinely passed over for adoption. It’s nothing but photos of black dogs against black backgrounds, it’s beautiful, and it’s about to become a book. It’ll be out in fall of 2015, and its pages will be heavy with ink.
If you yourself have a black dog, by the way, Fred still needs models… 
staff:

Congrats to the Fred Levy and his Black Dogs Project blog. It’s an effort to correct the fact that black dogs are sadly, routinely passed over for adoption. It’s nothing but photos of black dogs against black backgrounds, it’s beautiful, and it’s about to become a book. It’ll be out in fall of 2015, and its pages will be heavy with ink.
If you yourself have a black dog, by the way, Fred still needs models…