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America was built on the preferential treatment of white people—395 years of it. Vaguely endorsing a cuddly, feel-good diversity does very little to redress this.

Ta-Nehisi Coates, on the case for reparations. (via theatlantic)

Thought-provoking piece. I’ll let you make your own judgments about it, but I thought it was interesting how they handled this material.

fastcompany:

This Artist Is Filling In Chicago’s Potholes With Mosaics
So far, the Chicago Department of Transportation has let Bachor’s public artworks slide. When the Chicago Tribune sought comment from the city agency, they didn’t see Bachor’s alternative pothole repair method as much of a threat. “Mr. Bachor and his art are proof that even the coldest, harshest winter can not darken the spirits of Chicagoans,” CDOT told the paper.
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fastcompany:

This Artist Is Filling In Chicago’s Potholes With Mosaics

So far, the Chicago Department of Transportation has let Bachor’s public artworks slide. When the Chicago Tribune sought comment from the city agency, they didn’t see Bachor’s alternative pothole repair method as much of a threat. “Mr. Bachor and his art are proof that even the coldest, harshest winter can not darken the spirits of Chicagoans,” CDOT told the paper.

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newyorker:

The French photographer Antoine Bruy’s fascination with self-sufficient life styles prompted him to travel across a number of European mountain ranges to document people who are trying to gain, in his words, “greater energy, food, economic, or social autonomy.” A look at his photos: http://nyr.kr/1oodSjd

Top: Vincent, the Pyrenees, France, 2012.
Bottom: Inside a geodesic dome, Sierra del Hacho, Spain, 2013.
Photographs by Antoine Bruy.

welovestopmotion:

General Pencil - The Seed by Malcom Hardiman & Ryan Padgett

(via IPhone Dioramas)

Sure. Why not.

(via IPhone Dioramas)

Sure. Why not.

Train in a suitcase 2  (by monstercard)

Train set in a suitcase.

Train in a suitcase 2 (by monstercard)

Train set in a suitcase.

(via UrbanBuds: Mobile Suitcase Garden For The City Dweller : TreeHugger)

Interesting concept. Oh deer, does this mean I have to use Pinterest?

(via UrbanBuds: Mobile Suitcase Garden For The City Dweller : TreeHugger)

Interesting concept. Oh deer, does this mean I have to use Pinterest?

(via Eco-artist shuts recycled world cities in a suitcase – Green Diary – Green Living Guide by Dr Prem)
Well hello, tumblr. I have a broken suitcase and I needs to find some way to use it, or I’ll have to get rid of it. This is one idea.

(via Eco-artist shuts recycled world cities in a suitcase – Green Diary – Green Living Guide by Dr Prem)

Well hello, tumblr. I have a broken suitcase and I needs to find some way to use it, or I’ll have to get rid of it. This is one idea.

Solid advice. Word.

Solid advice. Word.

These 33 Photos Will Make You Remember Why You Love Arizona

Saw this going around the Facebooks and wanted to stash it somewhere. For some reason, No. 20 is my personal favorite.