A hand-colored lantern slide of the Rusakov Workers’ Club, an icon of the early Soviet Union’s Constructivist architecture, taken in 1931 by American travel photographer Branson DeCou. Built in 1928, the three concrete wedges each house a small auditorium that can be combined into one.
“But think of Adam and Eve like an imaginary number, like the square root of minus one: you can never see any concrete proof that it exists, but if you include it in your equations, you can calculate all manner of things that couldn’t be imagined without it. Anyway, it’s what the Church has taught for thousands of years. And when Rusakov discovered Dust, at last there was a physical proof that something happened when innocence changed into experience. Incidentally, the Bible gave us the name Dust as well. At first they were called Rusakov Particles, but soon someone pointed out a curious verse toward the end of the Third Chapter of Genesis, where God’s cursing Adam for eating the fruit.”
comes the sad part: RSotW has come to a close. In the beginning I
could draw a free picture in several hours, and for an out of work
student it was reasonable for them to be free. Now with college and a
job, my time has become very valuable. I enjoyed making every
single drawing for my followers, and I strongly recommend you look through my commission history at asktheguardponies.tumblr.com/tagged/commission.