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Conceptual/Surreal portrait photographer living in Florida. This blog is mostly my images, with some of the things i love thrown in.
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rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:

Lai N. Nguyen

"S E L F I E"

Digital Painting

asylum-art:

Mark Francis Williams

Fragmented black and white  by Mark Francis WilliamsAfter graduating from Chelsea School of Art and Design artist Mark Francis Williams moved to Bucharest (Romania) where he’s been living for the past eight years. The movement of the city is what inspired Mark in his work, stating on his website

Williams translates his observations in layered, fragmented black and white collages. drawings and paintings that I’d love to share with you today.

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huffingtonpost:

IKEA ADVERTISES ADOPTABLE DOGS IN STORES, BECAUSE EVERY HOME NEEDS A RESCUE PUP

The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.

Watch the full video and also learn which state in the United States will be adopting pet displays in their Ikea stores here. 

this actually broke my heart a little bit and i cried what has the internet done to me wait no i just FUCKING LOVE DOGS SO MUCH

I am so proud of you, Singapore.

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brace yourselves… w i n t e r   i s   c o m i n g

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10 self portraits between 2009 - 2013. (Haven’t taken any this year yet.) You can see more here.

  1. Conjuring. 2011.
  2. Echoes. 2010.
  3. In the red. 2011.
  4. Time to start over. 2012.
  5. The last song you’ll ever sing. 2011.
  6. The strands we twist. 2012.
  7. Why won’t you save me. 2011.
  8. The great unveiling. 2011.
  9. You don’t sing to me anymore. 2011.
  10. Still ending and Beginning still. 2013.

10 self portraits from 2002 - 2008. You can see more here.

  1. Remains of the day. 2006.
  2. Sinking with grace. 2008.
  3. Trying to breathe. 2006.
  4. Alone in the dark. 2005.
  5. Dirty pretty things. 2004.
  6. Break on through. 2006.
  7. Emotions kept neatly. 2006.
  8. Made of wire and glue. 2004.
  9. Swept away. 2006.
  10. A woman’s body - mapped. 2002.

swan2swan:

havemanymonkeys:

Good to know for planning reasons, continued and updated.

Neilsen has handily revamped their lists.

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rfmmsd:

Tattoo Artist:

Mariusz Trubisz

Yeah buddy

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Gregg Segal

7 Days of Garbage

The United States has a trash problem. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average American produces more than 4 pounds of garbage per day. That’s more than double the amount produced in 1960, and it’s50 percent more than the amount produced by Western Europeans. In January, photographer Gregg Segal decided to put some imagery to those numbers. His ongoing series, “7 Days of Garbage,” shows Californian friends, neighbors, and relative strangers lying in the trash they created in one week.

Some of Segal’s subjects volunteered to be a part of the project because they believed in the idea behind it. Others were compensated for participating. Generally, Segal strove to include people from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds. And while the amount of garbage varies by person, there were some people who produced more garbage than they were willing to bring to the shoot. “Of course, there were some people who edited their stuff. I said, ‘Is this really it?’ I think they didn’t want to include really foul stuff so it was just packaging stuff without the foul garbage. Other people didn’t edit and there were some nasty things that made for a stronger image,” Segal said.

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Sketch for Kotti piece

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"Does this make anyone else feel anxious? Like this is Anxiety in the form of art and none can tell me otherwise." A ridiculously accurate description of a grouping of my work i stumbled across on tumblr. Not something I ever thought of myself, but yes, feels very right.

(It’s always a little weird when people point out things I haven’t even noticed myself.)