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Extraordinary Records

Tachen’s latest book is a celebration of great album art, showcasing designs that helped define some of the most iconic artists of all time. Extraordinary Records features over 500 records from a private collection, from the Beatles, to Michael Jackson, to Pink Floyd, to Prince and beyond. Arranged thematically in the book, you´ll find picture discs, along with records that glow-in-the-dark or are shaped in unique ways.



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UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK | Image

UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK

Developed by one of the UK’s leading creative talents, Thomas Heatherwick, the centrepiece of the UK pavilion is a six storey high object formed from some 60,000 slender transparent rods, which extend from the structure and quiver in the breeze. During the day, each of the 7.5m long rods act like fibre-optic filaments, drawing on daylight to illuminate the interior, thereby creating a contemplative awe-inspiring space. At night, light sources at the interior end of ...
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PINK FLOYD THEIR MORTAL REMAINS | Image

PINK FLOYD THEIR MORTAL REMAINS

Pink Floyd fans rejoice, you can now purchase the first-ever book produced with full-access to the Pink Floyd image archive. Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains celebrates 50 years of one of the world’s most iconic and influential bands of all time. The 304-page book is heavily illustrated throughout, letting the reader experience a spectacular and unparalleled visual journey through Pink Floyd´s unique and extraordinary worlds, chronicling the music, design and stagin...
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RIVER HOUSE | SERBIA | Image

RIVER HOUSE | SERBIA

This amazing isolated house is located on the Drina River in Serbia. The tiny wooden house has been standing on an exposed rock in the middle of the Drina River for more than 40 years, it was built by a group of young boys back in 1968 that used the rock to sunbathe. Every time there is a flood the house is destroyed, but it is built again from ground up. via photo credit: National Geographic Also check out "The Rock Restaurant" in Zanzibar...
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