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“From The Knees Of My Nose To The Belly Of My Toes,” London-based artist Alex Chinneck reconstructed the facade of this abandoned four-level house in South East England to make it seem as though it’s sliding down the rest of the building like a limp poster.

Art installation in Margate, England. An existing abandoned building is given a temporary, albeit falling, facade.

Artist Creates A Real House Of Wax That Will Slowly Melt Away In 30 Days

A Life-Size Wax House That Gradually Melts by Artist Alex Chinneck

Since its closure in 1978, the Sheffield General Cemetery has become a tangled mass of plants and undergrowth.  The classical abandoned buildings have long been bricked up and fallen into disrepair, while the tombstones of Sheffield’s Victorian luminaries disappear into the undergrowth.

The Land Time Forgot: Sheffield General Cemetery

Since its closure in 1978, the Sheffield General Cemetery has become a tangled mass of plants and undergrowth. The classical abandoned buildings have long been bricked up and fallen into disrepair, while the tombstones of Sheffield’s Victorian luminaries disappear into the undergrowth.

Photography: iOS Maps glitches depict a weirdly dystopian parallel universe

Beautifully Warped Landscapes From Apple’s Glitchy Maps App

facade stabilized new structure

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

No Way Home - Rafa Zubiria

"No Way Home". A project by rafazubiria

Surreal Photography of Flying House by Rafa Zubiria – WordPress Coders and Articles

ANTONIO PALACIOS- casa matesanz

archatlas: “ Antonio Palacios/ Architect Jesús M. Chamizo Some of works projected by this magnificent architect, who from 1900 to 1945 transformed the appearance of Madrid completely, (“Palacio de.

The intricacies of Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, France is one of the most famous and recognizable cathedrals in the world in spite of the fa...

beautiful flying buttresses at Notre Dame in PariFlying buttresses, Strasbourg Cathedral, Strasbourg, Alsace, France

Theory of Moment [ part I ](On-going project). Temporary site specific installations in empty spaces and abandoned courtyards in XianYuKou district in Beijing. The neighbourhood is under threat of demolition and people are expected to leave it. In this…

Theory of Moment [ part I ](On-going project). Temporary site specific installations in empty spaces and abandoned courtyards in XianYuKou district in Beijing. The neighbourhood is under threat of demolition and people are expected to leave it.

From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes | British designer Alex Chinneck created the installation - called From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes - by removing the facade of a detached four-storey house that had been derelict for eleven years and replacing it with a brand new frontage that leaves the crumbling top storey exposed, then curves outwards so the bottom section lies flat in front of the house.

The installation from the knees of my nose to the Belly of my toes created by british Designer Alex Chinneck

La parete curva è un'installazione del 28enne designer inglese Alex Chinneck chiamata "From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes". #designer #design #architecture #architect #illusion #house #casa #architettura #architetto #illusioneottica #england #london #inghilterra #londra

From the Knees of My Nose to the Belly of My Toes" A Surreal Display by British Designer Alex Chinneck English Building's Brick Facade Playfully Slumps Down - My Modern Metropolis

The General Cemetery opened in 1836 as a Nonconformist burial ground, one of the first landscape cemeteries marking a shift away from overcrowded chuchyards.

6 Abandoned Buildings and Places in Sheffield, UK

The General Cemetery opened in 1836 as a Nonconformist burial ground, one of the first landscape cemeteries marking a shift away from overcrowded chuchyards.

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