Ena Ninkovic | alias: e-ninko

A very queer child living in Melbourne.
Architecture has claimed ownership of my mind...

Realist, not a pessimist.

My work can be found at:
Install Theme

Girls are too complicated.

I give up.

I will resume life as a stoic rock that stands forevermore on the precipice watching the waves crashing and observing their flow and ebb to unwrap the complexities of the cosmos.

That is WAY easier.

(Source: entires, via isjakinn)

Focus-stacked 6-frame micromosaic of a Diatom Exhibition slide taken with a magnification of x200.

Focus-stacked 6-frame micromosaic of a Diatom Exhibition slide taken with a magnification of x200.


John Baldessari

(via omyt)

Anonymous asked: did you enjoyed germany and the people there?

Yeah I loved Germany! I only met a few people as I had company during my time there but they were all really warm and open. Ill be heading back to Berlin to study next year! :)

Bauhaus, Dessau.

November 2013.

Desert Landscapes.

A satellite study.



Destruction of Neo-Tokyo, CE 2019

(via hextoys)

Ice Landscapes.

A satellite study.


latexladyll →

Lifestyle submissive latex fetishist latexlifestyle.blogspot.com

I do not quite know how to respond to this.

Somebody listen to this and love it so that I can have a song love buddy.

(Source: Spotify)


Simply amazing!

Adam Magyar - Stainless, 42 Street (excerpt)

Einstein’s Camera How one renegade photographer is hacking the concept of time.

At the time, Magyar was immersed in a long-running techno-art project called Stainless, creating high-resolution images of speeding subway trains and their passengers, using sophisticated software he created and hardware that he retrofitted himself. The scanning technique he developed—combining thousands of pixel-wide slices into a single image—allows him to catch passengers unawares as they hurtle through dark subway tunnels, fixing them in haunting images filled with detail no ordinary camera can capture.



Streets as Places - Project for Public Spaces

Quotes and pics about urban planning!

The reason I stretch my sanity and health to its limits whilst studying this ridiculous course, is this. All of these.

(Source: whiskeyanddesign, via humanscalecities)