My week in photos part 30, which should be some special but it is not.
Photo 1: The Império Cinema in Lisbon was designed by the portuguese architect António Varela, being opened on 1952. Part of the Portuguese Modern Movement, this building has some influences from the Português Suave style.
Photo 2: Sirena varada, by @carlostardez
Photo 3: Hans Gissinger is a Swiss commercial, editorial, and fine-art photographer whose work has received wide exposure.
Photo 4: Execution, the penny arcade. After feeding a coin into the machine, the interior lights up and the doors open. Inside, three figures assembled around the condemned man. A few tolls of the bell and the bottom drops out beneath the convict, letting him drop to his death. Found on eBay.
Photo 5: Watching my wife walking in her pajamas all day
Photo 6: Alla Mingalyova is a Crimea-born Ukrainian artist, currently based in Yerevan. Her artwork features figures from classical paintings pasted into modern settings.
Photo 7: Real life villians: Crippling Depression
Photo 8: Kaiju monster:【特撮カード 超人バロム 1 (28番) 和泉 - Yahoo!オークション
Photo 9: The first money club: Racing Club de Paris. Led by Artur Jorge, straight out of FC Porto, they had in they books Enzo Francescoli, Pierre Littbasrky, Rubén Paz, Luis Fernández, Maximme Bossis, Thyerry Tusseau, Daniel Solsona. Only glimpse of success was a single final de la Coupe de France de 1990, with a young David Ginola, which they lost.
Photo 10: My son is one year old. #art #cake #cinema #kaiju #davidginola #depression #painting