“End of Power”
By Sven Fennema
i mean i haven’t even taken an american history class in four years
so it isn’t difficult to know more than me
because i really don’t care about american history
Sometimes I try to like American history.
Then I look at a picture of a medieval cathedral or ancient ruins or an illuminated manuscript from the 9th century and my brain just lights up like EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
and I’m just like. AMERICA Y U NO HAVE COOL STUFF LIEK THAT )”’:
I think totem poles and masks are the closest we have here to anything I could drool over like that. Maybe I should try to get into Native American stuff. DAMNIT NORTH AMERICANS Y U NO BUILD IN STOOOOOONE ADN LEEEVE WRITIGNS :’-|
The Chapel is a short film paying tribute to an exceptional protestant temple in Zeliszów, Poland, designed by Karl Langhans and built in 1796-1797.
I don’t have adequate words to describe my reaction to this without sounding silly right now. But it is not really a thing of silly. It is a thing of awe.
((also: apparently, protestant ruins are bringing sexy back))