Thanks-Giving Square by Philip Johnson, is a public-private complex in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). Originally planned as the first of several traffic-relieving complexes in downtown Dallas, it was dedicated in 1976; at the time it was the first public-private partnership of its kind in Dallas. The complex consists of three components: a landscaped park, a major section of the underground pedestrian network and the Bullington Truck Terminal. The City of Dallas leases the land and subsurface from the Thanks-Giving Foundation, but owns the underground structures.
Kill to see this.
Love the stained glass! :)
Chibird fact of the day: Jacqueline is passionate about drawing and making people happy and trees. <3
I was tired today so I used a font called SDKwangSoo.
Nice font! But I still like ur handwriting more! :P
it’s like these companies have finally gotten out of their wild college party years and are now trying to be mature adults now.
Same goes for the Windows logo
I mean look at this shit
Is like someone just ironed the logo
80% sure this is a form of mind control
I still think Cartoon Network’s and Nickelodeon’s old logos fit better with their image as TV channels for kids.
Still dun rly like Ebay’s.
Pepsi’s old logo has more vibe. Like it better!
Microsoft’s is neater but more boring now.
The handrail in the train to Hong Kong Disneyland
This is the Moon.
But imagine for a second that the Moon switched places with other planets. This is what you would see (subject to staying alive, of course):
Where’s Mecury? Too small to be seen?
Heard about this before. Still very impressed!
Oh God…. <3 ^.^
Nic’s co-stars in different dramas now co-starring in a new drama! HAHA will he bring them around M’sia? :P
“In March, due to a natural phenomenon Siberia’s Lake Baikal is particularly amazing to photograph. The temperature, wind and sun cause the ice crust to crack and form beautiful turquoise blocks or ice hummocks on the lake’s surface.”
Photograph by Alex El Barto.