Madrid, Spain. A building destroyed by Italo-German air raids. The Nationalist offensive on Madrid, which lasted from Nov. 1936 to Feb. 1937, was one of the fiercest of the Civil War. During this period Italy and Germany started helping the Nationalist forces, and the USSR the Popular Front government. By Robert Capa, (Winter 1936-1937)
Thanks to Berg for the tip to this fabulous new knit bomb interpretation! See so many doilies at thrift stores. Maybe I should do my tree in the back yard for the garden tour. That would shake a few people up.
GREAT FACADE---As part of a clever advertising stunt, a German bike shop hangs its inventory on its façade, letting passersby know that there's a new bike shop in town—and creating a striking, sculptural installation.
real life newspaper delivery on a bike in Asia , bet the kids that deliver the new york times are glad they don't have to do this with the sunday supplement .they can't even get the thing in a letterbox if t.v is anything to go by .
If you ever been in Asia you know the Chinese are the transport masters. They take truck loads on a single bike. French photographer Alain Delorme created an awesome and slighty over the top photoserie, about the Chinese Transport Skills.