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Shrouds of latex cast from derelict buildings hang in this installation by Amsterdam design studio KNOL Ontwerp, forming ghostly recreations...

Shrouds of latex cast from derelict buildings hang in this installation by Amsterdam design studio KNOL Ontwerp, forming ghostly recreations...

https://flic.kr/p/uqjGj2 | Breathing in Liverpool | Street Art in Liverpool City Centre June 2015   Street Art is a diverse, constantly evolving art form, one that moves across the derelict buildings, bus shelters and hoardings of cities across the world. Graffiti galleries on the internet take the street art scene from local to global, in your face but transient. The genre is as difficult to pin down as is to define - shifting rules apply. Street art has its roots in history, echoing cave…

https://flic.kr/p/uqjGj2 | Breathing in Liverpool | Street Art in Liverpool City Centre June 2015 Street Art is a diverse, constantly evolving art form, one that moves across the derelict buildings, bus shelters and hoardings of cities across the world. Graffiti galleries on the internet take the street art scene from local to global, in your face but transient. The genre is as difficult to pin down as is to define - shifting rules apply. Street art has its roots in history, echoing cave…

Neue Heimat is one of those hard to define super cool spaces. Located in a funky and edgy derelict area along Revaler ...

Neue Heimat is one of those hard to define super cool spaces. Located in a funky and edgy derelict area along Revaler ...

In the late 19th century there were six slate quarries in the Cwmorthin Valley, Tanygrisiau, North Wales with 300 people living and working there. The quarries are all now silent, disused and derelict. Cwmorthin Valley is a wonderful place full of history with an eerie silence. Here the hard working families helped define a period in Welsh history. Welsh Slate was and still is renowned around the world. Workers walked from Bethesda each week to work in this quarry. In this photo the…

In the late 19th century there were six slate quarries in the Cwmorthin Valley, Tanygrisiau, North Wales with 300 people living and working there. The quarries are all now silent, disused and derelict. Cwmorthin Valley is a wonderful place full of history with an eerie silence. Here the hard working families helped define a period in Welsh history. Welsh Slate was and still is renowned around the world. Workers walked from Bethesda each week to work in this quarry. In this photo the…

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