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Guy Ailion�s project Everywhere is here wins 2009 National Corobrik Architecture Student Award

Guy Ailion’s project 'Everywhere is here' wins 2009 National Corobrik Architecture Student Award

Mehndi has traditionally been used to adorn wearers for wedding ceremonies and other cultural celebrations. Designs can be intricate and include elements like flowers, swirls, dots and teardrops.

Mehndi has traditionally been used to adorn wearers for wedding ceremonies and other cultural celebrations. Designs can be intricate and include elements like flowers, swirls, dots and teardrops.

#Agenda21-Fed Officials to Set Up Camp in St. Louis & Push Global Warming Propaganda to Kids http://shar.es/QHTRN

#Agenda21-Fed Officials to Set Up Camp in St. Louis & Push Global Warming Propaganda to Kids http://shar.es/QHTRN

Outside In: The Architecture of Smith and Williams; Wayne Williams (1919–2007) and Whitney Smith (1911–2002), 3.Shoreline House for Orange County Home Show, Costa Mesa, California, 1957; Photograph by Jocelyn Gibbs, 2012 of a drawing by Al Spencer © Regents of the University of California --

Gallery of Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A. - 4

Outside In: The Architecture of Smith and Williams; Wayne Williams (1919–2007) and Whitney Smith (1911–2002), 3.Shoreline House for Orange County Home Show, Costa Mesa, California, 1957; Photograph by Jocelyn Gibbs, 2012 of a drawing by Al Spencer © Regents of the University of California --

Nothing but a Circus by Daniel Levin. In this eye-opening exploration of the human weaknesses for power, Daniel Levin takes us on a hilarious journey through the absurd world of our global elites, drawing unforgettable sketches of some of the puppets who stand guard, and the jugglers and conjurers employed within. Most spectacular of all, however, are the astonishing contortions performed by those closest to the top in order to maintain the illusion of integrity, decency, and public service.

Nothing but a Circus by Daniel Levin. In this eye-opening exploration of the human weaknesses for power, Daniel Levin takes us on a hilarious journey through the absurd world of our global elites, drawing unforgettable sketches of some of the puppets who stand guard, and the jugglers and conjurers employed within. Most spectacular of all, however, are the astonishing contortions performed by those closest to the top in order to maintain the illusion of integrity, decency, and public service.

Immediately we went to our studio at the DJCAD to brainstormed, bringing ideas together and do the first sketches.

Immediately we went to our studio at the DJCAD to brainstormed, bringing ideas together and do the first sketches.

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