A lot of people seem to like retro kitschy homes, so here’s another beauty from the songwriter who penned hits like “September,” “Boogie Wonderland,” “Neutron Dance,” Theme from “Friends,” and many more!
Grammy & Emmy-winning Songwriter Allee Willis’s 1937 Streamline Moderne Stucco Home | Architect: William Kesling | Los Angeles, CA
Architects Richard Neutra & Rudolph Schindler had contempt for William Kesling’s less-than-rigorous adherence to Bauhaus principles.
I took a 7 week coast to coast road trip after being laid off from Boeing. I didn’t have a camper but realized that being able to pull off the road at a rest or truck stop was the way to go to make the trip affordable. With a few sheets of 1/2” plywood and misc. hardware this is what I came up with. The effort was well worth the time and materials.
Passed on from a friend who is very much in the know, this is a growing set of links you can use to shop Native for the holidays and whenever. There is some really beautiful and awesome stuff linked here, and I know you Tumblrites are conscious about appropriation, so here’s a way to get started if you know you need a change and want to support the Native community. Or maybe you already do and you’ll find some cool new stuff here! Please check it out, contribute links and/or pass it on :)
Norwegian conceptual artist Rune Guneriussenexplores a fascinating balance of human culture and nature with his outdoor installations of electric lamps, stacked books, chairs, and phones that appear to have gathered in small herds and swarms as if suddenly sentient. Each work is assembled and photographed on-site without any digital intervention in various rural locations around Norway.