If you’re on Twitter, you’ve probably seen Lipnik’s photography. With more than fifty thousand followers, his account, Midwest Modern, is a transportive road trip through architecture, design, and, often, time. On any given day, the Midwest Modern account might feature a quiet Michigan downtown, an old movie theater marquee, or archival interior design photos of Minnesotan homes. Through Lipnik’s lens, the history of the region is wrapped up in brick, glass, and steel. “It’s a non-academic approach that I think is interesting,” he says. “The goal is to get people who aren’t necessarily into architecture or even really into history to think about the places [where] they live.”