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January 19, 2010 § 7 Comments
Okay, fine, I’m cheating. I took “concrete” and “cafe” on the same day. But at least I’m uploading them on two different days to make it look like I’m doing something.
Sorry, life is busy sometimes. I’m trying.
Tagged: cafe, tables
HA! Your right sometimes our days are too short…I like this pic, but where are the people?
I like the lighting here… gives it a nice feeling of desertion
“where are the people?”
Heh, ask the city that…
This was taken in our hugely expensive “culture and arts center” cafe. It was part of the “let’s kickstart our culture by throwing money at it” scheme the old suits came up with.
It was executed miserably, and thus most of the real artists completely disown it.
It’s like the kid in school who tries to be cool so hard that he ends up less cool.
Wait! People were supposed to go there just because?! Crazy…
It’s nice but just not inviting. At least you were there!
Nah, the entire place isn’t terribly inviting. It’s a huge concrete box.
I love huge concrete boxes. Literally, I’m such a scandinavian when it comes to that kind of stuff. It’s almost like they saw something in a magazine and hired some joe shmoe to make it a reality. Minimalist architecture is so hard to pull off; and they didn’t pull it off.
The worst part is I don’t even think they know that it sucks.
Trying to be artists so hard they’ve forgotten what art really is.
I guess you really captured the moment.
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