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The ‘Fantastic’ Origin Story of J Dilla & Slum Village

The ‘Fantastic’ Origin Story of J Dilla & Slum Village — Cuepoint — Medium

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The Observer's 20 photographs of the week

4)By using a high camera angle gives a point of you that the viewer is looking down at it. It creates a sense the place is a low place eg; third world, down in the dumps etc. which communicates it to be poor, impoverished.

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we don't ever really see the gangs' clubhouses, do we? this might be where they hang out. postapocalypse by jonone.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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5 brilliant Asian fusion sci-fi illustrations from Su Jian

Spring is the time of new beginnings and gardeners are looking to emergence of new growth which will flower from now and well into summer. But spare a thought for…

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Workhouse Dining Hall. An interestingly informative website about workhouse locations, including the Poplar worksite.

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Rookery (slum) in Victorian England. These areas were overcrowded, low quality housing with poor or no sanitation.

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Derelict building with floors falling away. It gets no better than this for photography. #derelict

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i chose this pin due to the fact that i like the layout of the ma®ket, just not what is in it. so my thoughts are that i can replace the stalls etc with ones i like and maybe change the well into a fountain

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