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February 26 2014

10:02

February 04 2014

18:31

Forest Animals in Abandoned Houses by Kai Fagerstrom

 Forest Animals in Abandoned Houses by Kai Fagerstrom
Kai Fagerstrom, a photographer who repeatedly won in various photo contests, has created a very interesting and unusual series of photographs, capturing the inhabitants of the abandoned houses in a Finnish forest.

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January 07 2014

21:20

100 Abandoned Houses by Kevin Bauman

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Detroit-based photographer Kevin Bauman, a patriot of his city, started working on the project which eventually became known as 100 Abandoned Houses. Kevin calls his project a specific real estate catalog of his hometown.

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December 12 2013

15:46

Abandoned Places by Bart Synowiec

Basé à Toronto, le photographe Bart Synowiec aime capturer et immortaliser des lieux et environnements oubliés, désaffectés et laissés à l’abandon. Avec une grande attention au détail, l’artiste propose de superbes images, jouant avec talent sur le contraste entre les traces de l’homme et son absence.

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December 09 2013

13:15

Wrecked World

Le photographe polonais Tomasz Zaczeniuk nous offre une série d’images impressionnante appelée Wrecked World. Réunissant des clichés principalement d’épaves abandonnées, ces images sombres et envoutantes invite le spectateur à voyage dans une monde désolé et aux couleurs surréalistes. Plus dans la suite.

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October 27 2013

10:42

Spreepark, an abandoned park in Berlin via @ongezondnl

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Photos of Spreepark, abandoned amusement park in Berlin, Germany.

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October 08 2013

16:31

Awesome Facade On An Abandoned Building

L’artiste et designer Alex Chinneck a imaginé ce projet « From The Knee of My Nose to the Belly of my Toes », une maison de briques construite à Clifftonville reprise sous une forme pour le moins surprenante, comme si la façade avait coulé. Une initiative impressionnante à découvrir en images dans la suite.

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September 21 2013

07:39

“Industrial Silence II” by Marcus Jendretzke

Born in 1972 in Ravensburg, living in Stuttgart since 2001, Marcus Jendretzke is a Self-taught photographer, booksellers and publishing assistant

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September 17 2013

01:30

Frighteningly dystopian urban spaces in China that have been abandoned

Frighteningly dystopian urban spaces in China that have been abandoned

Looking at these pictures of failed urban planning in China — including deserted cities in Inner Mongolia and Tianjin that could not attract residents, a sprawling shopping mall in Guangdong lacking in shop tenants, and an unfinished amusement park outside of Beijing that never opened — we are reminded of just how much unexplored terrain there is in China. It all looks very dystopian indeed.

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August 16 2013

05:41

Animals living in homes abandoned by people

Animals living in homes abandoned by people

Wow. When Kai Fagerström found out that all manners of animals like foxes and badgers had moved into the deserted houses near his family’s summer home in Suomusjärvi, Finland not too long ago, he took these stunning snapshots. As he put it, “There’s consolation in the idea that nature is reclaiming the places it has lent to people.”

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August 06 2013

07:17

Revealing Vision: How the Planet Will Look Without Us

Our modern-day obsessions with apocalyptic scenarios is quite overwhelming. People have been predicting the end of the world for centuries. Feel free to check out an entire list of predictions of the end of the world. However for some strange reason, these so-called predictions are constantly being postponed. What gives?

Now don’t take this the wrong way, I’m in no way shape or form hoping for the apocalypse to happen. I’m simply stating the fact that you should always take end time scenarios or the end of the world predictions with a grain of salt. Just because movies, video games, internet, books, and other means of information offer false information about the end of the world, doesn’t mean you have to buy into it.

I’m sure you remember the whole December 21, 2012 drama. Right? Millions of gullible people actually thought that the world was going to end. The icing on the cake is that numerous smart individuals and companies made a great amount of money on people’s ignorance. Compared to our entire global population, only a few people actually bothered to do the research about the Mayan Civilization. This ‘event’ proved to me that there is an abundant amount of mentally deficient people on Earth.

Since 2012 many people thought: “How would the planet look without us?” Since the apocalypse didn’t actually happen, this question tickled my fancy too. Seeing countless digital artworks depicting the apocalypse, I still wanted to get a more realistic representation. This persuaded me to search for the closest thing related, which are abandoned places and modern ruins.

So if you’ve ever wondered how the planet would look without us, you’re in luck. Today we collected beautiful, breathtaking, and gloomy photographs of abandoned places. Each and every picture depicts the kind of beauty from which nightmares are born. They’ll give you a visual clue about how life might be once we’re all gone. It will show you how mother nature takes swift control of human made landscapes, architecture, and environments. Enjoy!

Abandoned Mill @ Sorrento, Italy

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Chatillon Car Graveyard in Belgium

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Abanonded steam engine in Uyuni train cemetery, Bolivia. Photo By jimmyharris

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Castle Ruins, Loc Ard, Scotland. Photo by S. Howse

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Abandoned tanks

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Abandoned Phosphate Plant.

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Underwater City, Shicheng, China. Photo by Chinese National Geography.

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Abandoned Mental Hospital

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Abandoned subway depot in Cincinnati

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Abandoned truck in the woods

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A skyline picture of the abandoned Ukrainian city Prypiat

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Haludovo, Abandoned hotel in Croatia

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Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov
Igor Ovsyannykov is a 21 year old geek, blogger, and designer. He mostly spends his time working here and sharing resourceful knowledge with others. He also enjoys weight lifting, hanging out with friends, and losing his mind to progressive house music. If you would like to reach him, send him an email to inspirationfeed@yahoo.com

August 02 2013

08:10

Abandoned underwater strip club in Eilat, Israel

Abandoned underwater strip club in Eilat, Israel

We’ve heard of exclusive clubs before, but it seems as if this abandoned underwater strip club was pretty difficult to get in during its day. The completely air-tight structure was previously an underground restaurant in Eilat, Israel, before it was converted into a strip club. It’s definitely an interesting concept, although it doesn’t seem to have worked out well. Talk about a room with a view…

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July 15 2013

15:58

Manhattan, where payphones go to die

Manhattan, where payphones go to die

Look what we spotted via Gothamist: a graveyard for disused payphones underneath Manhattan’s West Side Highway at 135th and 12th Avenue. As Dave Bledsoe said on his Flickr page, “At least a one hundred old, battered pay phones were locked behind a fence near the Park’s Department building.” We love how he also healthily noted that “I almost took these on my iPhone, but my irony levels are dangerously low these days.”

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June 19 2013

19:05

Places Landscapes

Vivant à New York, le photographe Alex Fradkin aime surtout voyager et découvrir de superbes paysages. Avec ces clichés « Places » confrontant la nature face à des structures réalisées puis abandonnées par l’homme, l’artiste américain nous offre des images fascinantes à découvrir dans la suite.

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December 12 2011

00:01

Reducing Abandoned Shopping Carts

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October 20 2011

09:50

Abandoned Televisions

Une superbe série et concept “Abandoned Televisions” par le directeur artistique Alex Beker actuellement basé à Miami. Un mélange de souvenirs nostaligue et d’émotions d’enfance, associés à la culture TV populaire de l’époque comme les séries Mag Gyver, Miami Vice ou Arnold & Willy.



persuaders

columbo

macgyver

starsky-hutch

love-boat

differentstrokes

kojak

kit

miamivice

ingalls

gilligan

genie

loveboat

fantasyisland

curly

chips

mork

muppets

wonderwoman

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June 17 2011

07:06

Human flowers by Cecelia Webber

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Cecelia Webber was born in a forest town of only 1,500 people and spent much of her childhood in fields catching orange salamanders. She was a shy, socially awkward child who enjoyed reading and spent hours searching for small fairy creatures in abandoned maple sugar huts and dilapidated stonewalls. Oddly enough, as she grew older the world grew stranger and stranger. Questions revolved about in her head, knocking down reality’s framework with the force of bowling balls: Why are we made to feel so ashamed of the human body in Western culture and so much of the rest of the world? Isn’t the body a beautiful, wonderful thing, deserving nothing less than to be celebrated?

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June 12 2011

20:32

City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana

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 City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana

 City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana

“City Methodist Church was the vision of Rev. William Grant Seaman. Constructed of Bedford limestone, the church and adjoining community / commercial space was built at a cost topping $1 million. ($385 thousand was donated by United States Steel Corporation) Membership peaked at 3,000 during the 1950s but declined thereafter. The church closed for good in January of 1975. Gary’s 1997 fire destroyed much of the roof and looters have stripped most of the interior. Talks of preservation have never progressed and the fate of this gothic beauty is unclear.” –Gary Indiana | A City’s Ruins

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May 14 2011

02:08

Gary Screw and Bolt

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Recognized as one of the few early Gary industries independent of the U.S. Steel Corporation, the Gary Screw and Bolt Company enjoyed a successful seventy-five year life in northwest Indiana. In 1911, a group of Pittsburgh Screw and Bolt Corporation executives founded the Gary Screw and Bolt Company of Indiana on twenty acres of vacant land along East 7th Avenue. Production began in 1912 with 75–100 workers. In 1925, the Gary Company expanded to include the Continental Bolt and Iron Works in Chicago; five years later, the firm acquired the Hammond Bolt and Nut Company. Eventually, the Chicago and Hammond operations were consolidated at the Gary plant. The Company’s executive offices remained in the Peoples Gas Building at 122 S. Michigan Avenue in Chicago… [continue reading …]

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May 02 2011

20:00
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