Resistência..this has got to be my favourite pin. Something about it strikes a chord.

Who says resistance is futile? Resistance creates change and change is inevitable.

From pattern observer images via: “Grate” by Ingrid Taylar, “Always” by Todd, “Unknown” by Dennis Hill, “Downtown Grate” by Tech109, “Grate with Light” by Andrea Church, “Just Grate” by Ryan Hyde, “Grate” by Dassaso, “Grate” by Ted Percival, “Grate” by Rob Nguyen

* images via: “Grate” by Ingrid Taylar, “Always” by Todd, “Unknown” by Dennis Hill, “Downtown Grate” by “Grate with Light” by Andrea Church, “Just Grate” by Ryan.

Afurther image of greenery and vegetation invading the urban landscape, taking over abandoned buildings and factories. RCL

10 of the World's Most Scariest Places to Visit - Hashima Island, Japan. Wouldn't visit this place :/

Beautiful urban jungle plants accessories contrasting the green plants against black furniture and wire wall display

Beautiful urban jungle plants accessories contrasting the green plants against black furniture and wire wall display Green Indoor plants Tropical Boho Bohemian Relax Nature Hippy Bold Paint Styling Interior Design Home Botanical

I dont know why but i always like the use of animals in car advertising. This is Mitsubishi’s way of pointing out that there car is also suitable for the modern jungle. In addition i also fou…

On / Off Road

Publicité - Creative advertising campaign - Mitsubishi, Montero Sport: On / off road technology

Urban Nature - Verges: Cas Holmes

Cas Holmes is a textile artist and tutor. Article by Cas about her exhibition Urban Nature.

Symmetry Symptom Artists take note - The Medusa is neither a vampire or a porn queen.  Her power is more profound and dangerous and woe to those who invoke it carelessly.

Symmetry Symptom Artists take note - The Medusa is neither a vampire or a porn queen. Her power is more profound and dangerous and woe to those who invoke it carelessly.

An inside view of Cleveland Co-Operative Stove Company in Cleveland, Ohio shows regrowth coming up through the decayed floor

Ghostly pictures of urban decay show the country's most eerie corners

Interior of the Cleveland Co-operative Stove Company in Cleveland, Ohio shows regrowth coming up through the decayed floor: "I love seeing growth like that, it's like nature is reclaiming its space and starting over," says photographer Brandon Davis

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