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Wonderful Flat Logos of the Best Movie Nominations (10 pics)

The 89th Academy Awards ceremony will take place on February 26th, at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to reward the films released this year. For this occasion, the student of graphics and film lover, Jose Trave Villalba has produced a series of logos of films nominated in flat design .

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Wonderful Flat Logos of the Best Movie Nominations (10 pics)

New Canadian Studio Bell Music Museum (6 pics)

Calgary will soon became the new music capital of Canada. Indeed, a new great museum just opened, called Studio Bell . Inside, the 50 000 squares meters museum there are a theater, a radio station, a museum, some recording and production studios and classes.

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New Canadian Studio Bell Music Museum (6 pics)

Busan Opera House by moh architects (12 pics)

The new ‘Busan Metropolitan Opera’ sits at the intersection point of the two bridges leading up to the competition site, tying the Opera into the city fabric while at the same time interweaving it with the picturesque waterfront promenade.

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Busan Opera House by moh architects (12 pics)

Abandoned Places From All Over the World (9 pics)

In his book Abandoned Places , Kieron Connolly offers his readers a focus on those abandoned places that are full of mystery. Subway stations, train stations, theaters and houses where nobody ever comes back nevertheless have plenty of secrets to reveal.

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Abandoned Places From All Over the World (9 pics)

A Century-Old Buenos Aires Theater Converted Into a 21,000-Square-Foot Bookstore (8 pics)

Image by Uruguay in Photos Built in Buenos Aires as a performing arts theater in 1919, El Ateneo Grand Splendid 's content has undergone several revisions, with its current purpose being a 21,000 square foot bookstore. Despite the switching of functions, the architecture has remained true to the early 20th century vision of Pero and Torres Armengol, the building still boasting ornate frescoed ceilings and detailed trimmings that line the ceiling, handrails, and walls. The stage and balcony seating is also intact, the spaces now used as reading areas where guests can peruse the store’s many books in front of thick velvet curtains.n

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A Century-Old Buenos Aires Theater Converted Into a 21,000-Square-Foot Bookstore (8 pics)

Theatrically Composed Scenes Highlight Human’s Impact on Earth (9 pics)

“Logic of Spring” (2015), all images @ Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison / image courtesy Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago. Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison  have been a collaborative duo for the last 20 years, mixing Shana’s interest in dance with Robert’s background in photography to produce environments specifically for their combined practice.

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Theatrically Composed Scenes Highlight Human’s Impact on Earth (9 pics)