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my eyes live here.
fall in love. with the sun.

mood | eyes | flickr | instagram

half-photographer, half-architect. totally a dreamer.
Asya Baranova.
Russia.


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Apr 21

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“Clichés of opulence mingled with spasms of student surrealist angst. It was oysters in ketchup, double-fudge-caviar-and-Tabasco ice cream. There were tritons unicorns dolphins jukeboxes water-jets topiary astrolabes chinoiserie tassels flounces marble damask leather abstraction trompe l’œil statuary four-posters leopardskin zebraskin pediments Corinthian Ionic Doric palms stars moons mosquelights neon globes stripes peacocks pianos chandeliers chandeliers chandeliers gold gold gold royal-blue putti lions and a decorated camel.”

— Rowan Moore “Why We Build”

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Oh deers

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Smoggy Rooftops

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Hi everybody from cloudy London. V&A is

Feb 09

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Voskhod Project // Denis Sharypin

Beautiful identity for online photography magazine by Denis Sharypin.

Feb 07

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Sneak peek. Interior of Garage Education center by FORM

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We’ve got a giant flower! (at 🌃Fake Empire)

Jan 10

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“Language is never fully trustworthy, but when it comes to eating animals, words are as often used to misdirect and camouflage as they are to communicate. Some words, like veal, help us forget what we are actually talking about. Some, like free-range, can mislead those whose consciences seek clarification. Some, like happy, mean the opposite of what they would seem. And some, like natural, mean next to nothing.”

— Jonathan Safran Foer, Eating animals

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