Simon barazin


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thebatwoman:

Polish prison tattoos. Cut with razor blades, glass shards and sharpened paperclips, then inked with burned rubber, charcoal. After the convicts’ deaths, flesh was “extracted” from the corpses and preserved in jars of formaldehyde and stored at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.

Photographed by Polish artist Katarzyna Mirczak.

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some wall paints

an Urban farm project planned in the shadow of the socia - economic crisis in Greece.

The building is used as a source of income and study for local immigrants and it also used as a “green lung” in the dense urban fabric of Athens.

Location: St. Aristomenous / Athens / greece

Laid by Konstantinos Labrinopoulos M.Arch of KLAB

ramat gan

ramat gan

Cube Morphology - Verticals residence without partitions - Studio 2 / Year 1 - living spaces that divided by floors instead of partitions + an option of installing and organize levels using the rail system that makes up the walls of the structure in order to keep the vertical flow of the space.

Residential project - studio 3 (year 2) - Parasitical expansion for low income families based on negotiation and social system dependent on the needs and ability of each family.