Tag Archive: architecture


It’s a building site from another century. In Guédelon, in the French region of Burgundy, history enthusiasts have set themselves a unique challenge. For twenty years, they’ve been constructing a castle, using 13th century building techniques: no modern machinery or equipment. The site draws 300,000 visitors each year.

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The Monolith

Pioneering NYC artist Gwyneth Leech enters her midtown art studio one day to find that her epic skyline view will soon be blocked by the construction of a high-rise hotel. But as the perspective out her window permanently shifts, so does the artist’s point of view.

The Monolith is directed by Angelo J. Guglielmo, Jr. and Rosie Walunas adeptly employed the Adobe Creative Suite to bring over 200 pieces of Leech’s beautiful artwork to life using Animation, Motion Graphics and Compositing. Leech has exhibited her work across the United States and the UK in museums, commercial galleries, public art spaces, and alternative venues. For additional information on the artist, please visit: gwynethleech.com.


<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/244555885″>The Monolith</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/angelog”>Angelo G.</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

Moon and castle by photographer Ilhan Eroglu.

A mossy rock wall.

Some mossy ruins.

Some mossy spiral steps at the ruins of St. Peters Seminary.

A mossy stone building in northwest Spain by photographer Pili Ricon Freaza.

Pic of the Day – 6/6/18

Stonemason Johnny Clasper with one of his creations.

An ivy covered vestibule.

An ancient Inca trail in Peru by photographer Kurt Gordan.

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