blacklorelei:

naked-yogi:

alveoliphotography:

How much time has passed? September, 2014.
Lorelei Black X Alveoli Photography
Reblogging OK with all notes intact.
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her hair is incredible

Back on my dash :)

blacklorelei:

naked-yogi:

alveoliphotography:

How much time has passed? September, 2014.

Lorelei Black X Alveoli Photography

Reblogging OK with all notes intact.

twitter | instagram | flickr | website/prints

her hair is incredible

Back on my dash :)

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eatsleepdraw:

Asteroid/moon by Bobbie Goede
www.bobbiegoede.tumblr.com

eatsleepdraw:

Asteroid/moon by Bobbie Goede

www.bobbiegoede.tumblr.com


instagram:

@hansulrichobrist Uses Instagram to Save an Endangered Art from Extinction

To see more photos that celebrate handwriting, follow @hansulrichobrist on Instagram.

Hans Ulrich Obrist (@hansulrichobrist), a curator and co-director of the Serpentine Galleries (@serpentineuk) in London, began his handwriting on a stormy winter day in Brittany, France, with a poem written by Etel Adnan on a small napkin. “I suddenly realized what we risk to lose should handwriting ever disappear,” he says. “I felt an urge to post an image of Etel’s handwriting. It was the beginning of 700 posts from artists, architects, technologists, scientists, filmmakers and poets. I have a feeling it has only just begun.”

Hans Ulrich is also leading the creation of unique projects for the Serpentine’s Instagram. Each month, they are offering creative direction to a different artist. “This month it is the artist Cerith Wyn Evans who we are exhibiting at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery,” he says. “Next month, it will be Gustav Metzger.”

These innovations are part of a larger movement of members of the art world experimenting creatively on Instagram. “The Korean artist and great pioneer of new media Nam June Paik told me a long time ago that there is often a delay between an invention of a new technology, and its use by artists,” Hans Ulrich says. “He started to make art with television years after television was invented. He could only make art with it once it was like a pencil. We can see a similar thing now with the Internet, it’s only a few years after the invention of Instagram that more and more artists make art with it. Frances Stark (@therealstarkiller) is a great example, for not only does she make art on Instagram, but brings her Instagram project into her analogue exhibitions.”


stunningpicture:

Found a perfect spot to escape the afternoon sun.

stunningpicture:

Found a perfect spot to escape the afternoon sun.

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weirdvintage:

Walter H. Lambert was a British ventriloquist and female impersonator whose famous early 20th century vaudeville routine was a hospital skit in which his female character “Lydia Dreams” played a nurse, and his figure played an accident victim.  He was also an accomplished painter, famous for his 1903 large-scale painting of 225 Edwardian music-hall performers you can see here  (via)

weirdvintage:

Walter H. Lambert was a British ventriloquist and female impersonator whose famous early 20th century vaudeville routine was a hospital skit in which his female character “Lydia Dreams” played a nurse, and his figure played an accident victim.  He was also an accomplished painter, famous for his 1903 large-scale painting of 225 Edwardian music-hall performers you can see here  (via)

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notalkingplz:

The Darn Knight Recoils in Disgust

notalkingplz:

The Darn Knight Recoils in Disgust

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drawnbydana:

I might add a couple more and try to turn this into a tiling pattern? idk, birds are cool, that’s all I know

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