Coffee Pot Restaurant, Indiana, 1939 Gelatin silver print by Frank Navara “Inspired by a picture of a building in Popular Mechanics, Elmer Laudeman turned a wooden silo into the Coffee Pot Restaurant in 1932. After the building fell into disrepair, the state purchased it and demolished the local landmark to make way for the Bremen bypass.” - Tammy Sue Venable, Bremen and North Central Indiana
Ecology of Colour is exactly that, a glorious collaboration between Nous Vous and Studio Weave that sees William Edmonds’ precise geometric designs hand-painted onto a beautiful cedar structure, creating an approachable and inviting environment to house dyeing and wildlife workshops for the local community.
Carnival Photography Brighton Pier Helter Skelter in by violetdart
Basket Building City: Newark, Ohio Background: This building is the home office of the Longaberger Company, which sells baskets. How It's Strange: The building looks like a basket. "There is a whole tradition of using supersize realistic objects to draw attention," Israel says. "It's a fun way to catch a consumer's eye." This building's windows in particular are visually interesting because they mimic a basket's weave pattern.
This building is the home office of the Longaberger Company.
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