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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The Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo is a run-down testament to the ambition of some of Japan’s most celebrated post-war architects.
Photos by Asmaa Waguih and Joey Lawrence of Kurdish fighters provide a face for a revolution that is quietly taking place behind the front lines of the war with ISIS.
Some images of Berlin’s International Congress Centre designed by Ralf Schüler and Ursulina Schüler-Witte in 1979.
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.
A small selection of dizzying photos taken by Russian teenagers in the upper reaches of the Moscow skyline.
Some night photography from the 18th Arrondissement of Paris.
As I’ve travelled over the last few months I’ve hopped mainly from city to city and noticed a pattern…
Detroit is known now as the biggest city on the ‘rust belt’ – cities where manufacturing recessions have devastated the local economy.
Some images from the start of a chilly spring in Chicago.
Thankfully not an aquarium in a shed but just an aquarium named after a guy called Shedd.
Some images of the city of Chicago after sundown.
Some photos of the Boeing production plant in Everett WA.
Some shots in the dark taken in Seattle back in March.
Some photos I took from the top of Granite Mountain outside of Rossland in British Colombia.
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) In Geneva is going offline on Saturday for two years of maintenance and upgrades.
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 Carlton salon Phaedra 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. . .