Buckminster Fuller, 4D Tower: Time Interval 1 Meter, 1928, Gouache and graphite over positive Photostat on paper, 14 x 10 7/8", Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University in the City of New York, Image courtesy Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University in the City of New York.
The meandering Mississippi River
A token of true affection by Treasurefrey
THE NAZCA LINES ARE GIANT SKETCHES DRAWN IN THE DESERT OF WESTERN PERU BY ANCIENT PEOPLES. THE DRAWINGS WERE CREATED ON SUCH A LARGE SCALE IS SUCH THAT THE SHAPES CAN BE READILY DISCERNED ONLY FROM THE AIR, LEADING TO A VARIETY OF THEORIES ABOUT THEIR PURPOSE. THE NAZCA LINES WERE CREATED IN THE TIME OF THE NAZCA INDIANS, WHO FLOURISHED IN THE AREA FROM 200 BC TO ABOUT 600 AD. GRAVES AND RUINS OF THEIR CIVILIZATION HAVE BEEN FOUND NEAR THE LINES.
Building Facade DRAWING AT DUKE: Moleskine Sketches (found online)
Buildings+legs DRAWING AT DUKE: Moleskine Sketches (found online)