guardian:

Body paint artist Emma Fay transforms models into stunningly realistic animals. Here, we look at how she did it

Photos: Emma Fay/Barcroft Media

(Source: theguardian.com)

Categories: art, painting, kind of, Emma Fay,
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Finding Art in the Everyday with Israel’s @dudibensimon

To view more photos and videos of Dudi’s everyday art, follow @dudibensimon on Instagram

"While sitting on the couch, I saw a pile of bowls on the counter; it looked to me like a sleeve. The next day I took a picture of it,” says Tel Aviv creative director Dudi Ben Simon (@dudibensimon).

Dudi says his inspired by the people and everyday objects around him, such as his niece, a friend with great shoes and a blue-haired coworker. “Since studying history of art at school I was fascinated with what can be made by using objects and daily pieces when they are disconnected from their original use,” he explains.

Often an idea is born “in a matter of minutes,” Dudi says, and adds that he is guided by his feelings towards something with little planning ahead. “A year ago I purchased a plate with a black swan image that I had been dying to take a picture of but couldn’t find an idea,” says Dudi. “One morning, I opened the fridge and in front of me I saw some green beans—I took the photo that second before I left to work. I also take the photos on the same table or hardwood floor. It amazes me how different it turns out every time.”

Categories: photography,
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nevver:

Taipei

But…how does it move??

Categories: art, street art,
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Goodnight Call, audio installation by Sophie Barbasch

I collected voicemails from strangers on craigslist using this ad. When you pick up the phone, their messages begin to play.

(Source: thesweetestspit)

Categories: art, installation,

whereart:

devidsketchbook:

CHANGING TIME BY RAMONA ZORDINI

Artist Ramona Zordini (tumblr) - “The Project “Changing Time” explores the theme of change, thought of as physical and psychological alteration, linked to personal instincts, lifestyle, emotion, and paths taken in the course of life in a sort of indelibly imprinted writing on and in own body, portrayed in the liquid that is more congenial to evolution.

I started this project by chance. I wanted to change something in my life and I started to talk about this  subject with a friend of mine. I decided to start taking some pictures of human bodies using water as theatre.” (read more)

[previously here]

Categories: art, photography, ramona zordini,
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innercover:

Creative Fashionary sketches by Grace Ciao

(Source: fashionaryhand)

Categories: flowers, art, fashion,
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popchartlab:

Just in time for the Red Carpet, here’s every dress worn by Best Actress Oscar winners, courtesy of mediarun.
For more filmic female fashion infographics, check out the Shoes of Sex & The City.

popchartlab:

Just in time for the Red Carpet, here’s every dress worn by Best Actress Oscar winners, courtesy of mediarun.

For more filmic female fashion infographics, check out the Shoes of Sex & The City.

unconsumption:


Several years ago, George Mason University graduate student Jason Force had a modern idea for the technology: Because grass pellets are just as good as wood chips for this kind of system, why not create a lawn mower with it? It could power itself with the grass it harvested. It could also be self-guiding, like a Roomba, so users would not longer have to mow their own lawn.
He got to work on the self-guiding aspect five years ago. The idea grew into a startup called EcoMow Technologies. Its team began working on the chemical engineering last year.

(via Within a few years, a self-powered robot could be mowing your lawn — Tech News and Analysis)

unconsumption:

Several years ago, George Mason University graduate student Jason Force had a modern idea for the technology: Because grass pellets are just as good as wood chips for this kind of system, why not create a lawn mower with it? It could power itself with the grass it harvested. It could also be self-guiding, like a Roomba, so users would not longer have to mow their own lawn.

He got to work on the self-guiding aspect five years ago. The idea grew into a startup called EcoMow Technologies. Its team began working on the chemical engineering last year.

(via Within a few years, a self-powered robot could be mowing your lawn — Tech News and Analysis)

dancetaire:

precarioussanity:

thatcorbincrow:

can there please be some kind of online exchange where trans boys can give their old clothes to trans girls and vice versa? does that exist? if not am i allowed to start one because holy wow that would be the bomb diggety

can this happen

THERE IS ACTUALLY A BLOG FOR THIS NOW

and cis people can also donate clothes, because that gives people a bigger pool to get clothes from and it’s one of the ways that we can be active allies for our trans siblings

mamadonttakemykodachrome:

I just want to find that person that wants to have a slumber party with me every night for the rest of their life