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rudygodinez:

Buckminster Fuller, Dymaxion House Drawing/Plan, (1927)
In Fuller’s roughly clipped drawing, he has colored the walls in metallic ink to represent the aluminum skin. The triangular grid indicates the high-tension wires supporting the elevated structure. The central black triangle is the lift within the red hexagon of the central mast. Furniture is shown in situ within the five rooms, which are color coded: purple for the living room, turquois and yellow for the bedrooms, blue for the utility room, including the kitchen and orange for the library.

rudygodinez:

Buckminster Fuller, Dymaxion House Drawing/Plan, (1927)

In Fuller’s roughly clipped drawing, he has colored the walls in metallic ink to represent the aluminum skin. The triangular grid indicates the high-tension wires supporting the elevated structure. The central black triangle is the lift within the red hexagon of the central mast. Furniture is shown in situ within the five rooms, which are color coded: purple for the living room, turquois and yellow for the bedrooms, blue for the utility room, including the kitchen and orange for the library.

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rudygodinez:

Buckminster Fuller, Shelter for a Russian Farming Cooperative, (1932)
This design was an elegant combination of compression and tension elements that could be raised with just a pulley and the farms tractor. Unfortunately, like so many of Fuller’s "Dymaxion" projects, this design stayed on paper and was never built.

rudygodinez:

Buckminster Fuller, Shelter for a Russian Farming Cooperative, (1932)

This design was an elegant combination of compression and tension elements that could be raised with just a pulley and the farms tractor. Unfortunately, like so many of Fuller’s "Dymaxion" projects, this design stayed on paper and was never built.

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William Morris, Strawberry Thief furnishing Textile, 1883

William Morris, Strawberry Thief furnishing Textile, 1883

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heaveninawildflower:

Acanthus wallpaper design by William Morris.
 Plate from ‘The Art of William Morris’ by Aymer Vallance 


Published 1897.
https://archive.org/stream/artofwilliammorr00vall#page/n9/mode/2up

heaveninawildflower:

Acanthus wallpaper design by William Morris.

 Plate from ‘The Art of William Morris’ by Aymer Vallance 

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zijperspace:

William Morris, Part XVIII:Sunflower Wallpaper.

zijperspace:

William Morris, Part XVIII:

Sunflower Wallpaper.

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#BarbaraKruger for Newsweek, July 3, 1992. (at Shupp’s Grove Antique Market)

#BarbaraKruger for Newsweek, July 3, 1992. (at Shupp’s Grove Antique Market)

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