This year is the year you guys: I’m going to learn how to apply and design mehndi. I’ve been staring in awe for too long.
“I would never want to live anywhere but Baltimore. You can look far and wide, but you’ll never discover a stranger city with such extreme style. It’s as if every eccentric in the South decided to move north, ran out of gas in Baltimore, and decided to stay.”
Baltimore pinup, by Paigey!
I’d rock that dress, but my boobs cannot do that.
Third project for Alternative Processes using Kallitype as the chemical.
Hope these can hold up for that portfolio submission.
Kingston University photography students Luke Evans and Josh Lake wanted to do something unusual for their final major project, so they decided to turn themselves into human cameras by eating 35mm film squares and letting their bodies do the rest. After eating and pooping out the film in the dark, they used fixer on the film and then scanned the film using an electronic microscope. They are currently exhibiting massive prints of the images that show every detail of what their bodies did.
I have no words.
I’d like to meet these guys.
Luke Evan’s Portfolio: http://www.popfry.co.uk/
Josh Lake’s Portfolio: http://www.joshua-lake.com/
Adorable Owl and Star Mobile.
Each part was hand quilled with strips of colorful paper.
My mom worked really hard on it.
I hope somebody takes interest soon, I feel so bad about all the effort she put into it without any feedback.
Portland-based photographer Jon Duenas has a very neat idea for literally reconnecting people with nature: double exposure photographs. His series of photographs superimposing landscapes over portraits of women have a beautiful, sometimes eery, effect.
Notice how four of the five are art-related.
Reinforcing that fact if you are doing art for money, you are in the wrong field.
Because that is the only reason its being considered useless. No guarantee of money out the gates. UNLESS YOU ARE JUST FUCKING BLESSED WITH ART.
It’s really odd to think that the people working on creating this broadcast, and this segment probably have degrees in all but one of these majors. How awkward must it have been for their graphics department to make this list, and their camera crew. Jeez, that must be a weird feeling.
UK photographer Sharon Johnstone takes these incredibly awesome photographs of dew-soaked dandelions. Such a perfect mix of light and water, they almost look like candy.