Celtic Tiger Cub

Ask me anything   Photography student at the national film college of Ireland. Visual research blog.
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    Evolution of the Desk (1980-2014)

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In order to offer entertainment to the patients at the asylum, the planners of Norwich State Hospital built this elaborate theatre, with a stage for performances and, later, movies. There was an organ to accompany silent films, and a full projection booth - from which this photograph was taken. On the floor below was a rollerskating rink. Sadly, a few years back, this building was demolished - along with the power plant and two of the most historic buildings on the campus - for little apparent reason. Currently, nothing has been done with the space that millions of dollars were spent clearing these buildings off of.
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by Ian Ference  (ianference.tumblr.com)

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    In order to offer entertainment to the patients at the asylum, the planners of Norwich State Hospital built this elaborate theatre, with a stage for performances and, later, movies. There was an organ to accompany silent films, and a full projection booth - from which this photograph was taken. On the floor below was a rollerskating rink. Sadly, a few years back, this building was demolished - along with the power plant and two of the most historic buildings on the campus - for little apparent reason. Currently, nothing has been done with the space that millions of dollars were spent clearing these buildings off of.

    Print available here.

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Anybody ever been to Satchel’s Pizza in Gainesville? If so, you might recognize part of the decor. The place is bizarre beyond words.
by Speed of my Shutter  (tumblr.speedofmyshutter.com)

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    Anybody ever been to Satchel’s Pizza in Gainesville? If so, you might recognize part of the decor. The place is bizarre beyond words.

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