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I love this image because the building is so old and worn but it still retains its beautiful details and patterns in the stone.

Abandoned Magnificence - I have tried and tried to identify this building and its location but haven't yet.

Touch by Michelle Moode. For the art house co-op scavenger project: in response to the "In the Middle" prompt. (Detail from an artist book)

Touch by Michelle Moode. For the art house co-op scavenger project: in response to the "In the Middle" prompt. (Detail from an artist book) reminder of the senses

Brinjal. I love this. Always adored seeing that, used to see a lot of it when I first visited Glasgow in the late 80's.

Brinjal -- There is something very special about seeing a wall that bears the 'ghosts' of homes now gone.

Valery Koshlyakov’s large-scale cardboard paintings, collages and installations – sometimes hanging from the ceiling, sometimes made out of sticky tape p

Valery Koshlyakov’s large-scale cardboard paintings, collages and installations – sometimes hanging from the ceiling, sometimes made out of sticky ta

Stairway to Nowhere by Heather Prince ( Hartkamp ). An abandonment in Geelong taken early in the morning

Stairway to Nowhere by Heather Prince ( Hartkamp ). An abandonment in taken early in the morning.

bubbled pages. Momoko Kida

Paper Bubbled Pages by Momoko Kida - Technique - Sketchbook - Sample

[ beauty in decay ]

I see the grafitti, but when I look at the building I don't see the grafitti, I see a sad lonely building, hopeful someone will return.

For Jordan: Ian Murphy Artist who looks at derelict buildings. 4 free galleries of drawings, paintings and sketchbooks, so find as many close-up images as possible.

Ian Murphy drawings - Venetian Scroll in Graphite, Mixed media, Oil Paint Code: Oil paint, mixed media & Graphite on paper x

Datura  arches love the vintage ironwork.  Repinned by www.silver-and-grey.com

verschnörkelte Pfeiler by rivende beautiful supports. The metal work is breath taking

Valery Koshlyakov. High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment

Artist: Valery Koshlyakov - Title: High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment - Materials/Techniques used: Carboard, and Tempera paint - Inspires, Why? The different technqiues used and how it is placed is cool

Lace Flowers Cas Holmes http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-aeujUzlBvig/VJHkcQQ8mtI/AAAAAAAADvI/MBYAWw_degc/s1600/Laceweeds_(4).jpg

Cas Holmes_Lace Flowers unfolding forms combining an old book on lace making with Kantfabriek lace and lace floral curtains.


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