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La vie est belle! uploaded by Jamie on We Heart It

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In artist Anna Schuleit was commissioned to create a massive public art installation called Bloom at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center (MMHC) which was slated for demolition. Land Art, Massachusetts, Instalation Art, Mental Health Center, Psychiatric Hospital, Flower Installation, Colossal Art, Wow Art, Public Art

Bloom: 28,000 Potted Flowers Installed at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center

One of the tiny offices on the third floor, with orange tulips at mid-day. In 2003, a building housing the Massachusetts Mental Health Center (MMHC) was slated for demolition to make way for updated facilities. The closure was a time for reflection and remembrance as the MMHC had been in operation

You Can't Unsee It: Colonel Sanders' "necktie" can also be seen as a tiny body under his head. That's absolutely hilarious. Consider my mind blown. Funny Shit, Funny Pins, Haha Funny, Funny Cute, Funny Memes, Funny Stuff, Awesome Stuff, Funny Typos, Random Stuff

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Melissa and Stephen's Preserved Spanish Revival Green Tour from the Archives Spanish Revival, Spanish Colonial, Retro Stove, Old Stove, Stove Oven, Old Fashioned Kitchen, Ohio House, Wrought Iron Chairs, Vintage Stoves

Melissa and Stephen’s Preserved Spanish Revival

Name: Melissa Lisbon & Stephen Hood Location: San Jose, CaliforniaSize: 1,900 sq/ftYears lived in: 3 years, rented A radiant white facade surrounded by a profusion of coastal California foliage is what initially caught the eye of Melissa Lisbon and Stephen Hood. But the myriad details they’ve discovered over the last three years have made the 1930 Spanish Colonial Revival home much more than just a residence.