10.2.10

unhappy hipsters


if you haven't seen this parody on dwell magazines pictures- quickly click here! it is a hilarious blog showing real photo's from dwell with deadpan, right on captions. i love so many of the homes in dwell, but why do the homeowners look so unhappy??
Masculine emotion sounded like an oxymoron to him, but he was willing to give it a try. (Photo: Jason Madara; Dwell, June 2007)
Masculine emotion sounded like an oxymoron to him, but he was willing to give it a try.

It became their routine. And so the evenings stretched out before him: still, gray, and gravel-strewn. (Photo: Dean Kaufman; Dwell, November 2006)
It became their routine. And so the evenings stretched out before him: still, gray, and gravel-strewn.

Daddy was making them watch yet another documentary on the  impact of Bauhaus on American architecture. Photo: Marc Seelen, Dwell, September 2008)
Daddy was making them watch yet another documentary on the impact of Bauhaus on American architecture.




There. He felt it again. The whole house had unmistakeably slid toward the retaining wall, as if inching toward edificial suicide.
Isolation had become their survival strategy. (Photo: Roger Davies, Dwell, October/November 2004)

Isolation had become their survival strategy.

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