Herwig Scherabon’s ‘Income Inequality’ project, details Los Angeles’ and Chicago’s income levels through a series of abstract data diagrams. The images reveal an architectural aesthetic by showing a high resolution matrix of blocks that mimic the appearance of magnetised iron. The poorest neighbourhoods in the city are clearly distinguishable and stand in distinct contrast to the highest towers belonging to the rich.
Today we learned that not only is there a building in Katowice, Poland that looks like a giant fallen flying saucer, the building right next door to it appears as though the saucer tore right through it while crashing. The saucer-shaped building is called the Spodek (which is actually Polish for “saucer”) and it’s a multipurpose arena. The black building beside it is the Katowice International Conference Center.
The Spodek was first built in 1971 and the conference center came much later. So we’re hoping that the combined appearance of a UFO crash site was completely deliberate on the part of some awesomely geeky architects.
“Keep covering me, I’ll patch this up in just one second”
Tailor Vampire/Lolita Dragon. well…this one was hugely experimental as I tried to teach myself stuff and thus i ended spending several days finishing it up xvx dangit! still i really like the end result, now to try and catch up with the rest