Most of us pass by the once vibrant, but now abandoned and dilapidated buildings with a mixture of nostalgia and rue. But not everyone leaves it at that: urbexers (urban explorers) are dedicated to discovering places, often illegally, that still have the charm of the past but are now deserted.
Slovak photographer Maria Švarbová is a master at romanticizing the post-Soviet milieu: the aesthetics of our Eastern heritage subtly dominates her whole artwork, while the bittersweet atmosphere in her pictures flies us to a utopian world. A perspective vision and the co-existence of diversity are both present in her latest
With its pieces evoking the last days of the Eastern bloc, Adidas’s latest capsule collection will trigger some nostalgia in the thirty-somethings of our time, for sure.
The 3-stripes Adidas tracksuit is one of the basic items of the post-Soviet style. You can always do more or can look
After the success of his first book
[http://fuel-design.com/publishing/soviet-bus-stops/], Christopher Herwig
[http://herwigphoto.com/soviet-bus-stops/]‘s next stop was Russia – following
Georgia and the outer regions of Ukraine –, where he once again turned his
camera on Soviet bus stops that remained intact over time. Following exhaustive
Have you ever imagined what Russia would be like if we only knew it through the
world wide web? A land of giant concrete ruins and endless tower blocks, with
guys doing the Slav squat in an Adidas tracksuit on every corner? Driving in a
blazing car, with a bear
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.