A Noble, Logical Diagram

"Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men's blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone will be a living thing, asserting itself with ever-growing insistency. Remember that our sons and grandsons are going to do things that would stagger us. Let your watchword be order and your beacon beauty." -- Daniel Burnham, 1907
andyswan:

Destruction is easier than creating.  It’s the simplest path to maximum impact.  It always will be the last refuge of good men and the first instinct of evil. 
Destruction will never go away.
Destruction will never win.
It will never win because the vast majority of us create.  We struggle.  We try.  We build.
Look around you.  All that which has been created by man.
Homes. Instruments. Skyscrapers. Networks. Art. Humor. Bourbon. Companies. Schools….. on and on.
It’s all there despite destruction.  
Because that’s what we do.
Create.
Win.

andyswan:

Destruction is easier than creating.  It’s the simplest path to maximum impact.  It always will be the last refuge of good men and the first instinct of evil. 

Destruction will never go away.

Destruction will never win.

It will never win because the vast majority of us create.  We struggle.  We try.  We build.

Look around you.  All that which has been created by man.

Homes. Instruments. Skyscrapers. Networks. Art. Humor. Bourbon. Companies. Schools….. on and on.

It’s all there despite destruction.  

Because that’s what we do.

Create.

Win.

(Source: andyswan)

thedoppelganger:

Magazine: Acne Paper Fall/Winter 2012Photographer: Roe EthridgeModel: Karlie Kloss 

thedoppelganger:

Magazine: Acne Paper Fall/Winter 2012
Photographer: Roe Ethridge
Model: Karlie Kloss 

(Source: lasherx)

thedoppelganger:

Maison Martin Margiela Winter 1995, Street Magazine Vol. 1 & 2, Ronald Stoops, 1999

thedoppelganger:

Maison Martin Margiela Winter 1995, Street Magazine Vol. 1 & 2, Ronald Stoops, 1999