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    les-sources-du-nil:

Nakaji Yasui  安井仲治 (1903-1942)
From the Photobook ‘Hikari’ (Light) Maruzen, Osaka, 1940

    les-sources-du-nil:

    Nakaji Yasui  安井仲治 (1903-1942)

    From the Photobook ‘Hikari’ (Light) Maruzen, Osaka, 1940

    (Source: invaluable.com, via shihlun)

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    shihlun:

Camberwell, London, 2009.

    shihlun:

    Camberwell, London, 2009.

    — 1 week ago with 43 notes
    shihlun:

Art Shay, Chicago, 1962.

    shihlun:

    Art Shay, Chicago, 1962.

    — 1 week ago with 479 notes
    bullesdejapon:

Shomei Tomatsu, Children and war

    bullesdejapon:

    Shomei Tomatsu, Children and war

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    — 1 week ago with 173 notes
    shihlun:

André Kertész, Self-portrait with chat noir, Paris, 1925-1935.

    shihlun:

    André Kertész, Self-portrait with chat noir, Paris, 1925-1935.

    — 1 week ago with 655 notes
    ianference:

While the Hotel Columbia has been abandoned for over a decade, one would hardly know this to look at it - many rooms look more or less like this, somewhat disheveled, but hardly in the state of advanced decay that most of the buildings I study are.  Still, as can be inferred from the red carpeting and the bathroom design pictured here, it has been much longer than a decade since anything was done to update the decor… Sadly, while the Columbia is certainly in salvageable condition, the Korean investment conglomerate that owns it wants it as a tax shelter and nothing more - there are currently no plans to save the building, and soon enough, water damage will make rehabilitation prohibitively expensive.

    ianference:

    While the Hotel Columbia has been abandoned for over a decade, one would hardly know this to look at it - many rooms look more or less like this, somewhat disheveled, but hardly in the state of advanced decay that most of the buildings I study are.  Still, as can be inferred from the red carpeting and the bathroom design pictured here, it has been much longer than a decade since anything was done to update the decor… Sadly, while the Columbia is certainly in salvageable condition, the Korean investment conglomerate that owns it wants it as a tax shelter and nothing more - there are currently no plans to save the building, and soon enough, water damage will make rehabilitation prohibitively expensive.

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    foxesinbreeches:

frenchtwist:

Le chat derrière la vitre, Gordes, France by Willy Ronis, 1957 

    foxesinbreeches:

    Le chat derrière la vitre, Gordes, France by Willy Ronis, 1957 
    — 1 week ago with 551 notes