Discussion in 'Sports and Entertainment' started by SimplyXY, Dec 29, 2017.
No valid reason that the world should not look like this.
Sorry guys, it all has to burn.
This thread is becoming a black pill thread.
The modern sculpture of Yves Pires.
A main shopping street in York, England.
Prince Charles' principles of architecture. Of course, the enemy hates this.
Poundbury, a model village he has backed
This is the main local employer, a cereal factory
Pipistrelle Pavillion, built as an architectural exercise by an institute backed by the Prince of Wales. It's fascinating as it shows where some classical architecture derives from http://www.johnsimpsonarchitects.com/pa/Pipistrelle-Pavilion.html
Then there is the Art Renewal Centre
@RockMan You could always commission an accurate anatomical painting or sculpture to decorate your office, there are still a few artists who are traditionally trained and spend a huge amount of time studying anatomy.
Finally, watch the Roger Scruton documentary "Why Beauty Matters"
I'm with the Golden One crowd, let it burn and we can rise from the ashes again.
Just be ready for it, won't be long.
That is some great photography!
Wife drew the last one. I really love Calligraphy. Please do not boo box me.
Your wife drew this one? Wow.
Those all look like tattoos that women get above their buttcheeks
I like that very much! Do those animal images encode an actual readable text, like Koran passages or something?
Most of the time, it's the artist's name and/or description of the animal.
For instance, "angry lion", or "shrewd fox" but the peacock is the opening of the Koran.
If this house would not cost $1,000,000+ to build I would have built it a few years ago. Or something similar, maybe a plantation style house, actually.
It's difficult to afford all the decoration and ornamental touches when people only see property as having value in their own lifespan. Such a building ought to last centuries.
Washington's home, started 1758
Blenheim Palace, given to the Duke of Marlborough and family seat of the Churchills
Kerjean House, France
Longleat, seat of the Marquis of Bath
Ascott House, early 17th century
St Andrews Church, England, some elements are over 1200 years old
Saltford Manor House, continuously occupied since 1150
The West Stow Anglo Saxon village (recreation)
What does your wife's one say? It's beautiful.
In the name of Allah, the merciful and kind.
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