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Lebbeus Woods

Discussion in 'Paper Chase' started by imported_El Mamerro, Jun 30, 2002.

  1. Lebbeus Woods

    Discussion started by imported_El Mamerro - Jun 30, 2002

    So, I'm gonna bite High Priest's style and give him props for taking the initiative to start a series of graphic artist posts on 12oz that are not Dali or Derek Hess-related. Here's Lebbeus Woods, an experimental architect who I think kicks an alarming amount of ass:







  2. el nervo

    el nervo 12oz Senior Member

    Jun 6, 2002

    el nervo - Replied Jun 30, 2002

    those are great drawings

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  3. Legal Speed

    Legal Speed 12oz Junior Member

    Jun 14, 2002

    Legal Speed - Replied Jun 30, 2002

    that shit reminds me of totem2 kind of. killer!
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  5. 455

    455 Guest

    455 - Replied Jun 30, 2002

    Those are some good drawings,thanks..............CHEERS!.....now go drink a beer.
  6. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Jul 1, 2002

    Bumping the illness.




  7. space

    space 12oz Member

    May 17, 2002

    space - Replied Jul 1, 2002

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  8. seno.oner

    seno.oner Guest

    seno.oner - Replied Jul 1, 2002

    lebbeus woods oner
  9. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

    BROWNer - Replied Jul 1, 2002

    very robo(-)tech. right up your alley dooderboinksz..
    i don't see the totem thing, but definitely
    delta, daim yaddayadda..
    ..maybe a bit of joker too, he's more onto hadid
    and gehry though i heard and you can see it..
    the fourth one down, the 'building', it reminds
    me of a viera da silva painting a bit...lots of lines
    and blocks of color....wicked..
    definitely fat ass illustration skills..
    dood has some aggro-ness as well.
    nice mamszbreath.

  10. melt

    melt Guest

    melt - Replied Jul 1, 2002

    i love it.
  11. TEE_rase_war

    TEE_rase_war 12oz Senior Member

    Dec 6, 2001

    TEE_rase_war - Replied Jul 1, 2002

    great shit man.......guys off the hook
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  12. imported_Tesseract - Replied Jul 1, 2002

    kicks an alarming amount of ass: Indeed

    Thats just beautifull, and in a way very much graffiti related.
    The way he's using 'existing' buildings as ground to fuck over...
    I agree with BROWN, Delta is all over that shit, 2nd and 3rd rock real bad...Makes me wonder about dudes actual buildings...we got any flicks od concrete?.
  13. mind fuck

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    mind fuck - Replied Jul 1, 2002

  14. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Jul 1, 2002

    Well, as architecture, I don't know how seriously to take him. As illustration, I think it's damn awesome, and to quote Makros, great to toss a smile at. Early on, he did do more normal stuff which actually made its way into becoming real buildings, but then he founded the Research Institute of Experimental Architecture and I guess that was it for reality.

    I have one of his books with a couple of his essays, but after failing to understand what the fuck he was trying to say by the third paragraph, I gave up and decided to look at pictures instead. I enjoy greatly. Beer,

    El Mamerro
  15. Vlad

    Vlad 12oz Senior Member

    Jan 9, 2002

    Vlad - Replied Jul 1, 2002

    mindblowing :king:
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