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pops
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4026 posts since 2/9/09

18 Dec 2014 20:07
Bloody hell , that's a great gaff. A bit bland inside but amazing price.
burny
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5788 posts since 25/5/06

18 Dec 2014 20:11
This country sucks Sad
Sleuth
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5374 posts since 12/9/04

18 Dec 2014 21:30
Brian Damage wrote:
Sleuth wrote:
footmobile2000 wrote:
Sleuth wrote: No idea,

Do you not fucking understand that you are you and only you are you. I'm not you. He's not you, you're your fucking self. Get some balls and buy what you like you stupid fucking idiot.

Fuck off and go and play with your R2D2 you Virgin. I said I was looking for inspiration not a lecture from someone who dresses like Fred West.

Back to my original question; if anyone has any recommended sites for prints that they've used that would be perfect thanks.

Check urban art association/banksy forum classifieds. .
thanks for the two suggestions will check them out.
DuffMan
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14270 posts since 21/2/07

18 Dec 2014 21:40
burny wrote: This country sucks Sad

That place is proper in the middle of nowhere though, you could probably buy a nice house in the middle of Lincolnshire for decent price, doesn't mean you'd want to live there.
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

18 Dec 2014 22:13
Sleuth wrote:
Check urban art association/banksy forum classifieds. .
thanks for the two suggestions will check them out.

LOL. hope your art is "urban" enough
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

18 Dec 2014 22:20
http://curbed.com/archives/2014/12/18/dick-clarks-flintstone-house-finally-sells-everybody-cheers.php
burny
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5788 posts since 25/5/06

posted 18 Dec 2014 22:23, edited 18 Dec 2014 22:23
DuffMan wrote:
burny wrote: This country sucks Sad

That place is proper in the middle of nowhere though, you could probably buy a nice house in the middle of Lincolnshire for decent price, doesn't mean you'd want to live there.

God. Fucking hell. Genuinely, have you ever said anything positive in your entire life? You seem hellbent on sucking the life out of everything.

Lighten up. Have a dream, Duff.
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

posted 18 Dec 2014 22:27, edited 18 Dec 2014 22:27
DuffMan wrote:
burny wrote: This country sucks Sad

That place is proper in the middle of nowhere though, you could probably buy a nice house in the middle of Lincolnshire for decent price, doesn't mean you'd want to live there.

Yeah but that's what makes America a phenomenon, there are jobs and nice small cities and suburbs even 200kms from any major city. And there's 4 major cities within a 400km radius.

You think England is bad? In Australia there's basically 2 cities with a lot of jobs, everywhere outside of the city limits is a rural wasteland. Unless it's a mining town, then it's a massive temporary camp where the workers fly back to the cities after a two week shift.

We're trying to get President Akubra to do something about it but he's always at a barbie avin a feed on snags n rissoles the fat chuzwazzah
DuffMan
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14270 posts since 21/2/07

18 Dec 2014 22:33
4 pages ago and last time I posted in this thread!

DuffMan wrote: Good house though, Tottenham is well on its way up too

Don't get me wrong it's a nice pad Burny just saying not enough to justify the 'this country sucks'
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

18 Dec 2014 22:34
burny wrote:
DuffMan wrote:
burny wrote: This country sucks Sad

That place is proper in the middle of nowhere though, you could probably buy a nice house in the middle of Lincolnshire for decent price, doesn't mean you'd want to live there.

God. Fucking hell. Genuinely, have you ever said anything positive in your entire life? You seem hellbent on sucking the life out of everything.

Lighten up. Have a dream, Duff.

He's kinda got a point though, that house is equally distant from every major city in two states. And not really commutable to any of them. But like I said there's still jobs and civilization in America is sattelite cities. Look how nice that park and street are, man that's the American dream. Went to the park here the other day and vandalism, graffitti, garbage everywhere…and the houses next to the park here cost $1-2 million.
Serbia
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4932 posts since 22/3/06

18 Dec 2014 22:56
where can i get a decent price on philips hue bulbs? cheers
burny
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5788 posts since 25/5/06

posted 18 Dec 2014 23:30, edited 18 Dec 2014 23:30
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diederik
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3186 posts since 16/8/11

18 Dec 2014 23:34
Serbia wrote: where can i get a decent price on philips hue bulbs? cheers

Haven't seen those on sale ever - copped mine full price. Works great though Ubercool
breck
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939 posts since 5/3/09

19 Dec 2014 00:39
footmobile2000 wrote:
burny wrote:
DuffMan wrote:
burny wrote: This country sucks Sad

That place is proper in the middle of nowhere though, you could probably buy a nice house in the middle of Lincolnshire for decent price, doesn't mean you'd want to live there.

God. Fucking hell. Genuinely, have you ever said anything positive in your entire life? You seem hellbent on sucking the life out of everything.

Lighten up. Have a dream, Duff.

He's kinda got a point though, that house is equally distant from every major city in two states. And not really commutable to any of them. But like I said there's still jobs and civilization in America is sattelite cities. Look how nice that park and street are, man that's the American dream. Went to the park here the other day and vandalism, graffitti, garbage everywhere…and the houses next to the park here cost $1-2 million.

i read this imagining you were michael douglas from falling down
Serbia
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4932 posts since 22/3/06

19 Dec 2014 07:04
diederik wrote:
Serbia wrote: where can i get a decent price on philips hue bulbs? cheers

Haven't seen those on sale ever - copped mine full price. Works great though Ubercool

Thought so. Seems like there are cheaper alternatives out there though
pops
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4026 posts since 2/9/09

posted 19 Dec 2014 10:18, edited 19 Dec 2014 10:18

Very similar to one where I used to live , also with the internal courtyard.




It sold a few years ago. Bit of a difference in price Laughing out loud

http://helloemile.com/external/8%20Meadowbank%20agents%20sale%20details.pdf



Updating and old post , used to walk past this house & look over the fence every day for a glimpse when inhabited by previous owner.
Can't believe It wasn't saved. Though relatively unknown , fair to say probably one the finest Modern Houses in England.
Sad




http://cargocollective.com/helloemile/modern-house
Best
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9763 posts since 21/10/05

19 Dec 2014 10:21
Lovely that.

It wouldnt be hugely expensive to construct something similar
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

19 Dec 2014 20:42
I love it when houses use the same specs as high quality no bullshit public buildings like that one has
Crackajack
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7097 posts since 21/4/05

19 Dec 2014 22:49
DuffMan wrote:
burny wrote: This country sucks Sad

That place is proper in the middle of nowhere though, you could probably buy a nice house in the middle of Lincolnshire for decent price, doesn't mean you'd want to live there.

As 'modern' architecture is so popular in the UK I don't think it's a fair comparison with living in middle-of-nowhere Illinois as a similar house a la 20th Century Society would cost more anywhere in the UK, and probably be a lot closer to a town or city.
pops
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4026 posts since 2/9/09

20 Dec 2014 08:56
That house is only a 2 hour drive from probably the most famous Modern house that influenced both houses posted.



Btw cracka the 20th century society did a walk round tour of my gaff a few years back Eye-wink