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New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb

Furniture-maker-turned-sculptor James McNabb continues his exploration of architectural shapes using an improvised form of woodworking frequently described as “sketching with a bandsaw.

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Must buy all of these 30 Quirky & Unique Playing Card Designs

I hear you asking, "What is this I see before me? Playing cards, or 54 little pieces of art?This absolutely desirable deck was lovingly created by 36 artists of the Black Rock Collective.A rather crass yet brilliant Australian membe…

The Ramones, 1977

Dee Dee Ramone in full flight on stage with The Ramones at CBGBs

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Matthew Robertson - Childhood’s End for Curiosities Group Show, 2013 Paintings: Oil on Canvas

Blondie performing (1977). | 17 Awesome Photos That Captured CBGB's Iconic 1970s Punk Scene

17 Awesome Photos That Captured CBGB's Iconic 1970s Punk Scene

zombiesenelghetto: “ Blondie: Debbie Harry, Chris Stein and roadie Mike Sticca performing at Punk Magazine’s Benefit Concert, photo Godlis, CBGBs, NYC 1977 ”

1960 Motopia 1960--History of the Future of the City. “No person will walk where automobiles move,” is how British architect Geoffrey Alan Jellicoe described his town of the future, “and no car can encroach on the area sacred to the pedestrian.”

Motopia: A Pedestrian Paradise

1960 Motopia of the Future of the City. “No person will walk where automobiles move,” is how British architect Geoffrey Alan Jellicoe described his town of the future, “and no car can encroach on the area sacred to the pedestrian.

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