Can it be okay that I don’t get digital art.

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Canadian Photographer Jessica Eaton in the UK- Ad Infinitum Opening Jan. 23rd - Feb 8th, 2014 at The Hospital Club.  
The images are made on sheets of 4 x 5 film and a series of monochromatic cubes. Eaton places red, green or blue gels over the camera lens to make multiple exposures of each cube,
More of Eaton’s wonderful works here. 




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Canadian Photographer Jessica Eaton in the UK- Ad Infinitum Opening Jan. 23rd - Feb 8th, 2014 at The Hospital Club.  
The images are made on sheets of 4 x 5 film and a series of monochromatic cubes. Eaton places red, green or blue gels over the camera lens to make multiple exposures of each cube,
More of Eaton’s wonderful works here. 




Love field-projects-gallery:

Canadian Photographer Jessica Eaton in the UK- Ad Infinitum Opening Jan. 23rd - Feb 8th, 2014 at The Hospital Club.  
The images are made on sheets of 4 x 5 film and a series of monochromatic cubes. Eaton places red, green or blue gels over the camera lens to make multiple exposures of each cube,
More of Eaton’s wonderful works here. 




Love field-projects-gallery:

Canadian Photographer Jessica Eaton in the UK- Ad Infinitum Opening Jan. 23rd - Feb 8th, 2014 at The Hospital Club.  
The images are made on sheets of 4 x 5 film and a series of monochromatic cubes. Eaton places red, green or blue gels over the camera lens to make multiple exposures of each cube,
More of Eaton’s wonderful works here. 




Love

field-projects-gallery:

Canadian Photographer Jessica Eaton in the UK- Ad Infinitum Opening Jan. 23rd - Feb 8th, 2014 at The Hospital Club.  

The images are made on sheets of 4 x 5 film and a series of monochromatic cubes. Eaton places red, green or blue gels over the camera lens to make multiple exposures of each cube,

More of Eaton’s wonderful works here

Love

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speecyspicymeatball:

21 year old transgender female Islan Nettles died after being savagely beaten to death by her attacker Paris Wilson. According to witnesses, Wilson was shouting homophobic and transphobic slurs before being pulled off the victim by police.
Wilson only received misdemeanor assault charges that were dropped after only spending 10 hours in jail… Today he is walking free in New York City. He has not been charged with murder.
Islan was an aspiring fashion designer who’s dreams were cut short by the same type of hate crimes that have taken the lives of countless other lgbt youth.
Spread the word about this injustice and raise awareness about savage hate crimes like this towards lgbt youth.
#Regram #Justice4Islan

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chuckdog:

Cock

OMG why is this so cute??!!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Clay sculpture by ronit baranga

One of her latest creations is her anthropomorphic Vase that seems to be hungry for water. The idea, as Ronit explains, is that the vase has a symbiotic relationship with the flowers. The flowers are feeding from the water in the vase, and thanks to that it is recognized as a vase (and not as a bowl, for example). The result is quite stunning, open to interpretations and unconscious associations since you don’t know if the mouths are vegetarian or could even eat your hands!

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wetheurban:


SPOTLIGHT: Cloned Gifs by Erdal Inci
Since 2004, Istanbul based filmmaker and graffiti artist Erdal Inci has been experimenting with a technique called “cloned motion.” In short, the technique involves a never-ending loop of video. 

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SPOTLIGHT: Cloned Gifs by Erdal Inci
Since 2004, Istanbul based filmmaker and graffiti artist Erdal Inci has been experimenting with a technique called “cloned motion.” In short, the technique involves a never-ending loop of video. 

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SPOTLIGHT: Cloned Gifs by Erdal Inci
Since 2004, Istanbul based filmmaker and graffiti artist Erdal Inci has been experimenting with a technique called “cloned motion.” In short, the technique involves a never-ending loop of video. 

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SPOTLIGHT: Cloned Gifs by Erdal Inci
Since 2004, Istanbul based filmmaker and graffiti artist Erdal Inci has been experimenting with a technique called “cloned motion.” In short, the technique involves a never-ending loop of video. 

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SPOTLIGHT: Cloned Gifs by Erdal Inci
Since 2004, Istanbul based filmmaker and graffiti artist Erdal Inci has been experimenting with a technique called “cloned motion.” In short, the technique involves a never-ending loop of video. 

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SPOTLIGHT: Cloned Gifs by Erdal Inci
Since 2004, Istanbul based filmmaker and graffiti artist Erdal Inci has been experimenting with a technique called “cloned motion.” In short, the technique involves a never-ending loop of video. 

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SPOTLIGHT: Cloned Gifs by Erdal Inci
Since 2004, Istanbul based filmmaker and graffiti artist Erdal Inci has been experimenting with a technique called “cloned motion.” In short, the technique involves a never-ending loop of video. 

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wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Cloned Gifs by Erdal Inci

Since 2004, Istanbul based filmmaker and graffiti artist Erdal Inci has been experimenting with a technique called “cloned motion.” In short, the technique involves a never-ending loop of video. 

Read More