March 23, 1970: Sculptor Claude K. Bell with his 45-foot- tall, 150-foot-long brontosaur in Cabazon next to Interstate 10.: Bell, a Knott’s Berry Farm sculptor and portrait artist, opened the Wheel Inn cafe in 1958 and began building dinosaurs to attract customers. by Scott Harrison, latimes. Photo by John Malmin/latimes #Dinosaur Claude_K_Bell #Scott_Harrison #John_Malmin #latimes
Minimalistic Living: Reflection of the Mineral by Yashuhiro Yamamshita Reflection of Mineral is a 480-square-foot (about 45 square meters) residence located in downtown Tokyo’s Nakano ward. via thecoolhunter #Architecture #Reflection_of the_Mineral #Yasuhiro_Yamashita #thecoolhunter
This is a childrens bookstore in japan - love the colours, contours.