letangles:

theartofanimation:

Juliette Oberndorfer

Just wow!


Gorgeous! letangles:

theartofanimation:

Juliette Oberndorfer

Just wow!


Gorgeous! letangles:

theartofanimation:

Juliette Oberndorfer

Just wow!


Gorgeous! letangles:

theartofanimation:

Juliette Oberndorfer

Just wow!


Gorgeous! letangles:

theartofanimation:

Juliette Oberndorfer

Just wow!


Gorgeous!

2014:

The year I lost my shit and started arguing with people on the internet.

99percentinvisible:

Rainbow pencils

*Sobs with happiness* 99percentinvisible:

Rainbow pencils

*Sobs with happiness* 99percentinvisible:

Rainbow pencils

*Sobs with happiness*
merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

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How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

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How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

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How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

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How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

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How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

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How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

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merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

New profile pic?

amandapalmer:

"For 40 years, I’ve photographed myself on my birthday wearing nothing but my white Lollipop underpants, shoes and socks. I made my first Birthday Suit self-portrait in Death Valley, CA in 1974.
Without fail, I’ve faced my camera every April 22nd since then to create a coded history of one woman’s journey through time…”
this is so incredibly wonderful. go look at the entire set of self-portrait photos by Lucy Hilmer
https://www.lensculture.com/articles/lucy-hilmer-birthday-suits
(thanks to Olga Nunes for this link via email)
amandapalmer:

"For 40 years, I’ve photographed myself on my birthday wearing nothing but my white Lollipop underpants, shoes and socks. I made my first Birthday Suit self-portrait in Death Valley, CA in 1974.
Without fail, I’ve faced my camera every April 22nd since then to create a coded history of one woman’s journey through time…”
this is so incredibly wonderful. go look at the entire set of self-portrait photos by Lucy Hilmer
https://www.lensculture.com/articles/lucy-hilmer-birthday-suits
(thanks to Olga Nunes for this link via email)
amandapalmer:

"For 40 years, I’ve photographed myself on my birthday wearing nothing but my white Lollipop underpants, shoes and socks. I made my first Birthday Suit self-portrait in Death Valley, CA in 1974.
Without fail, I’ve faced my camera every April 22nd since then to create a coded history of one woman’s journey through time…”
this is so incredibly wonderful. go look at the entire set of self-portrait photos by Lucy Hilmer
https://www.lensculture.com/articles/lucy-hilmer-birthday-suits
(thanks to Olga Nunes for this link via email)

amandapalmer:

"For 40 years, I’ve photographed myself on my birthday wearing nothing but my white Lollipop underpants, shoes and socks. I made my first Birthday Suit self-portrait in Death Valley, CA in 1974.

Without fail, I’ve faced my camera every April 22nd since then to create a coded history of one woman’s journey through time…”

this is so incredibly wonderful. go look at the entire set of self-portrait photos by Lucy Hilmer

https://www.lensculture.com/articles/lucy-hilmer-birthday-suits

(thanks to Olga Nunes for this link via email)

optimysticals:

guyrim:

dezeen:

The “first man-made biological leaf” could enable humans to colonise space»

if you aren’t hyped about synthetic life and colonizing space then get out of my face

SCIENCE!!!

ENGINEERING!!!

SPACE!!!

(via thehappysorceress)

99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen 99percentinvisible:

asylum-art:

Non-Photoshopped Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
Swiss artist Felice Varini unveils new creations together under the name of “Anamorphic Illusions” one year after the last article we wrote about him. Achievements still impressive with unretouched photographic images. 










Just gonna keep posting more of these forever and ever amen
yamino:

fozmeadows:

scienceofsarcasm:

Evening Post: August 12, 1899. "She immediately alighted, caught hold of the astonished youth, and gave him a sound thrashing, using her fists in a scientific fashion…”I would love to know what this means.

I think that might be code for “punched him in the balls with devastating accuracy”.


(This reminds me of Kate Beaton’s comic...)
yamino:

fozmeadows:

scienceofsarcasm:

Evening Post: August 12, 1899. "She immediately alighted, caught hold of the astonished youth, and gave him a sound thrashing, using her fists in a scientific fashion…”I would love to know what this means.

I think that might be code for “punched him in the balls with devastating accuracy”.


(This reminds me of Kate Beaton’s comic...)

yamino:

fozmeadows:

scienceofsarcasm:

Evening Post: August 12, 1899.
"She immediately alighted, caught hold of the astonished youth, and gave him a sound thrashing, using her fists in a scientific fashion…”

I would love to know what this means.

I think that might be code for “punched him in the balls with devastating accuracy”.

image

(This reminds me of Kate Beaton’s comic...)

(via themarysue)

archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]
archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.
[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]

archiemcphee:

These nightmarish images feel like scenes from a B-movie, but they’re really photos of a powerful traveling art installation by Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros entitled Casa Tomada (“Seized House”). Giant ant sculptures swarm across urban exteriors and gallery walls. As if the idea of monstrous ants wasn’t already freaky, these 2-foot-long specimens feature tree branches for legs and segmented bodies made of joined pairs of fiberglass resin skulls and fabric. These hair-raising urban interventions are meant to draw attention to the uprooting, immigration and forced displacement of peasants and migrant workers in Latin America.

"When placed on the facades of government buildings and blank gallery walls alike, the ants give off a chilling sense of foreboding and encroachment. By placing them in swarms, Gómezbarros makes the insects even more strikingly representative of the peasants displaced by war and strife in Gómezbarros’ native Colombia."

Click here to learn more.

[via Design Taxi and Beautiful/Decay]

(via thehappysorceress)

thesmithian:


“It is a literature more about being a citizen of the world—going to Europe, going back to Lagos…we are talking about how the West relates to Africa and it frees writers to create their own worlds. They have several identities and they speak several languages.”

more.
thesmithian:


“It is a literature more about being a citizen of the world—going to Europe, going back to Lagos…we are talking about how the West relates to Africa and it frees writers to create their own worlds. They have several identities and they speak several languages.”

more.
thesmithian:


“It is a literature more about being a citizen of the world—going to Europe, going back to Lagos…we are talking about how the West relates to Africa and it frees writers to create their own worlds. They have several identities and they speak several languages.”

more.
thesmithian:


“It is a literature more about being a citizen of the world—going to Europe, going back to Lagos…we are talking about how the West relates to Africa and it frees writers to create their own worlds. They have several identities and they speak several languages.”

more.
thesmithian:


“It is a literature more about being a citizen of the world—going to Europe, going back to Lagos…we are talking about how the West relates to Africa and it frees writers to create their own worlds. They have several identities and they speak several languages.”

more.
thesmithian:


“It is a literature more about being a citizen of the world—going to Europe, going back to Lagos…we are talking about how the West relates to Africa and it frees writers to create their own worlds. They have several identities and they speak several languages.”

more.

thesmithian:

“It is a literature more about being a citizen of the world—going to Europe, going back to Lagos…we are talking about how the West relates to Africa and it frees writers to create their own worlds. They have several identities and they speak several languages.”

more.