art&memos

humansofnewyork:

A one hundred year old woman reflects on her deceased husband.

3 days ago 
Jemima does a stick-and-poke on her husband’s best friend - “He’s the best for stick-and-pokes, because he doesn’t give a shit what I give him. He has “eat me” on his calf from me.” 

Jemima does a stick-and-poke on her husband’s best friend - “He’s the best for stick-and-pokes, because he doesn’t give a shit what I give him. He has “eat me” on his calf from me.” 

(via accidentalism)

bugtears:

likeafieldmouse:

Francis Alys - Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing (1997)

WHY DOES THIS HURT SO MUCH

(via sadillite)

6 days ago 
Jemima does a stick-and-poke on her husband’s best friend - “He’s the best for stick-and-pokes, because he doesn’t give a shit what I give him. He has “eat me” on his calf from me.” 

Jemima does a stick-and-poke on her husband’s best friend - “He’s the best for stick-and-pokes, because he doesn’t give a shit what I give him. He has “eat me” on his calf from me.” 

(via accidentalism)

tastefullyoffensive:

Everyday Objects Turned Into Creative Illustrations by Victor Nunez [via]

Previously: Everyday Objects Blended With Simple Sketches

(via katieedids)

(Source: megustamemes, via essxca)

madmothmiko:

Beautiful Graphic Art Made With Rolls of Packing Tape by Mark Khaisman

(via kan-dis)

2 weeks ago sonjabarbaric:

Miriam Ella, Peter and Jane series

sonjabarbaric:

Miriam Ella, Peter and Jane series

(via fumerr)

de-lacroix:

Face Off

Capturing the first moments of their careers, Piczo shoots new faces, at home.

What makes one face a model and another not? Is it symmetry or feature proportion or electric eyes or far apart eyes or turned down lips – and do all of those things equal a model? Or none of them. Photographer Piczo has been finding and shooting new faces for i-D for a few years now, and recently compiled this collection, taken at his house. With zero styling and zero make up, you get the person before they’ve become the model, and it’s a beautiful phase, that won’t last long.

By i-D Online

(Source: cosaify, via kkoelte)

bobbycaputo:

HumanaePortraits Match People of Different Ethnicities With Their Pantone Color

Brazilian fine art photographer Angelica Dass‘ series Humanae identifies portrait subjects from around the world using the Pantone color system. Using an 11×11 pixel swatch from her subjects’ faces, Dass matches them to corresponding Pantone colors, creating an abundant and unique catalog of skin tones that reflects the world’s diversity beyond the categorizations we have long been confined to. We recently asked her more about the ongoing project.

(via harukimuracallme)

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