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thisbigcity:

Creating walkable cities is tough when we’ve built an infrastructure that discourages walking. But it’s worth it. 

Our latest post looks at the future of the walkable neighborhood.

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sparkamovement:

lunarobverse:

A brilliant metaphor

THIISSSTHISSTHIS. -k

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npr:

"Maasai Warriors: Caught Between Spears and Cellphones" via Linda Poon

In the dusty savannah, Maasai warriors go about their day dressed in vibrant red and magenta robes, or shukas. Elaborate beaded jewelry dangle from the necks and faces of men and women — members of one of Kenya’s oldest tribes. And some of them can be seen carrying a spear in one hand and, in the other – wait, is that a cellphone?

Images: Ryan Kellman/NPR

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little-trouble-grrrl:

Kathleen HannaStStephen’s Church, DC, 1992 (by Pat Graham)

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thisbigcity:

arqvac:

"Bridged Gardens" in Tianjin, China by Turenscape

Greenspace is the best space.

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yourmotherseyes:

The Vagenda Magazine asked their Twitter followers to tweet them edited headlines

This is my favourite thing at the moment

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fastcompany:

America’s Oddly Beautiful Suburban Sprawl, Photographed From The Sky

In a new book, photographer Christoph Gielen shows us haunting images of our endlessly repetitive development.

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stianrasmussen:

Houses of New Orleans

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washingtonpost:

silentgiantla:

Animated artwork by Rebecca Mock

Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.

Beautiful gif art. <3

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