Extreme Texture Set 3
JPEG | Textures | 460 MB
This set contains 30 high-resolution extreme textures, with high levels of detail and various shapes. WeÐ²Ð‚â„¢ve tried them in our own projects and we can assure you, this set is excellent! Each image is at least 4000 x 2800 px at 240 dpi, you will be able to use them in prints and illustrations, with high quality results.
Extreme Texture Set 2
JPEG | Textures | 309 MB
This set contains 24 high-resolution extreme textures, with high levels of detail and various shapes. WeÐ²Ð‚â„¢ve tried them in our own projects and we can assure you, this set is just awesome, especially for backgrounds! Each image is at least 4000 x 2800 px at 240 dpi, you will be able to use them in prints, with high quality results.
The Economist - 18 May 2013
English | PDF | 100 pages | 55MB
The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business, politics, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1844677001 | 400 pages | PDF | 9.2 MB
A Guide to the New Ruins of Great Britain /by Owen Hatherley. A darkly humorous architectural guide to the decrepit new Britain that neoliberalism built.Back in 1997, New Labour came to power amid much talk of regenerating the inner cities left to rot under successive Conservative governments. Over the next decade, British cities became the laboratories of the new enterprise economy: glowing monuments to finance, property speculation, and the service industry until the crash.
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1844677389 , 1844670678 | 576 pages | PDF | 7,4 MB
Britain's Empire: Resistance, Repression and Revolt by Richard Gott. Magisterial history of the foundation of the British empire, and the forgotten story of resistance to its formation.This revelatory new history punctures the still widely held belief that the British Empire was an enlightened and civilizing enterprise of great benefit to its subject peoples. Instead, BritainÐ²Ð‚â„¢s Empire reveals a history of systemic repression and almost continual violence, showing how British rule was imposed as a military operation and maintained as a military dictatorship.