If the building could be the home to a super villain or evil corporation, it belongs here or really just any creepy looking building or maybe just anything evil or ok just buildings no no lets just stick with villainous/evil/creepy looking buildings
A photo subreddit for all the hideous places humans have built OR inhabit: ghettos, dilapidated cities and suburbs, overpopulated megalopolises, abandoned or miserably poor villages, dirty and unkept neighborhoods, collapsing industrial sites, tasteless monuments, non-elegant decay, absurd architectural failures. Key words: Urban hell, urban photography, city, cities, decay, urban development, urban planning.
This subreddit focuses on the futurist visions of eras past. However posts may also contain contemporary art with a retrofuturist theme. Topics are usually in the realm of science fiction, but may include nonfiction aspects of futurism.
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/r/OldSchoolCool **History's cool kids, looking fantastic!** A pictorial and video celebration of history's coolest kids, everything from beatniks to bikers, mods to rude boys, hippies to ravers. And everything in between. If you've found a photo, or a photo essay, of people from the past looking fantastic, here's the place to share it.
The best links to click while you're stoned! Psychedelic, mindfucking, mesmerizing, reality-distorting or trippy games, video, audio & images that make a sober person feel stoned, or stoned person trip harder! Come for mindfucks and self-inflicted gaslighting. Or the hypnotic or mesmerising. Vivid colors, intense patterns. Mind-blowing science and philosophy. Chill or trippy music. Surrealism, absurdism and strangeness. Reminder: This is not a "reaction subreddit".
Listentothis is the place to discover new and overlooked music. All submissions link directly to music streams. Automated moderation removes spam, reposts, household name bands, and poor amateur music. Other content includes AMAs from on-topic artists, an album discussion club, and genre appreciation threads. Content is tagged by genre and split into editions for easy browsing. Music charts are posted monthly. Sidebar features multireddits that include all 600+ of the other music subreddits.