My name is Richard. I’m a designer living in Melbourne, Australia. I make interactive things. Occasionally I’ll make things just to look at and I’ll put them up here.
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Some images of Berlin’s International Congress Centre designed by Ralf Schüler and Ursulina Schüler-Witte in 1979.
Some images of Berlin’s controversial museum of near-eastern antiquities including the massive Pergamon Altar.
A few postcard pictures from Barcelona.
A final set of photos from the city of Detroit. Taken around Corktown and in the city centre.
Some very detailed street art taken on a sunny day in Detroit.
A small selection of dizzying photos taken by Russian teenagers in the upper reaches of the Moscow skyline.
A collection of haunting Soviet-era war memorials in the mountains of former Yugoslavia taken by Belgian artist Jan Kempenaers.
Some amazing self-portraits by Korean/American artist Miru Kim.
Few films provoke such a powerful, visceral reaction as this short by Sebastian Montaz-Rosset so I thought I should share my discomfort.
Early colour photographs of Tsarist Russia by Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii courtesy of the US Library of Congress.
A short promotional video I did for Phaedra Hairdressing late last year.
Continuing the theme of unusually poetic treatments for adventure sports we have a short by Dave Sowerby of freerider Danny MacAskill.
A breathtaking short by Photographer Jordan Manley. . .
Amazing video by Callum Cooper for Melbourne fashion label Klezinski.
Images of the eruption of icleandic volcano Fimmvörðuháls against the northern aurura by British photographer James Appleton.
A series of pictograms from German modernist designer Gerd Arntz.
Some wonderful microscopic videography by Austrian artist Clemens Wirth.
Wonderful thing about the net is being able to track down the people that take the pictures that make you stop and stare.
Gabriel Dawe is a Mexican/Canadian/Yankee visual artist that turns thread into something that looks like light.
Had the chance last year to visit the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) just outside of Hobart and I have to say that everything about that place is phenomenal.