Search without having to be know whether to look in the Kennedy Space Center’s archives or Jet Propulsion Lab’s.
Circling Satellites, 2007 📷: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute (via Vice)
In its visual representation, as in so many other respects, the Trump administration has made a break with the past. Most of what we see of Trump comes from either the traveling pool of press photographers or the smartphones of his staff. (via the Verge)
Donald Trump’s presidency is not normal, and neither is the way it’s being photographed. Aude Guerrucci-Pool / Getty Images
Each house is actually an extremely detailed photomontage and begins life as a series of sketches. Chéhère then photographs hundreds of elements like antennas, walls, roofs, graffiti, and birds which he then assembles digitally into the pieces you see here. Artist Laurent Chéhère (via Colossal)
As part of his ongoing series titled Flying Houses, French artist Laurent Chéhère imagines a world without gravity where unusual architectural structures seem to float midair, tethered only by loose strands of power lines. Each house seems dense with details, telling the story of fictional inhabitants through purposeful details that allude to much deeper stories behind each image.