Enchanting Photographic Fantasies by Margarita Kareva
Touched by Strangers of Yutaka Kitamura here.
A parent’s love for their child knows no boundaries, and this is true both of us and of our animal friends. In these heartwarming photos of animal parenting, you’ll recognize many of the same tender and stressful childhood moments that you may have also experienced as a parent or a child.
Ecologists tend to separate animals into two groups based on their parenting – the r and K categories. The K category includes animals like elephants, cats, and us – animals that have relatively few offspring with longer gestational periods. Their fewer offspring require more focused care, and for a longer time – the sort of parenting we’re used to. Parents from the r category go for quantity over quality, with many offspring that grow quickly and individually have small chances of survival.
The Colorfully Psychedelic Art of Jen Stark
Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa
A Woman Made of Candles sculpture
‘ Upon entering the room, we found models lying on beds. Dresses and skirt were arranged from pillowcases; diagonally distorted draperies formed shirts, and pleated fabric was sewn into skirts. We took photos fanatically. We could have a close look at the clothes and see all the details. The girls on the beds had no make-up, and they did not seem to care about the wrinkles in their dresses or their dishevelled hair. Eventually, they started to rise one by one, and the show had begun. A very unique stage effect that capsized conventional shows, where you have to line up in a long queue and wait a long time for the opening and you don’t even get to see the whole model’s figure. Nakako Hayashi
The photographing of the images was only part of the project though. To get the final result Wright had in mind, he had to print them life-size, as 4’x6′ prints, where they were then displayed earlier this year in the Paula Cooper Gallery in New York. At this size, the prints would take on an almost stained-glass aesthetic, making it seem as though you’re looking through a broken window.
It’s a gorgeous collection of images and although there are sure to be those people who choose to criticize his method of creating them, you can’t argue with the results.
Beauty secret: organic papaya face mask and vegan gluten free cucumber slices
Christmas dinner!! Organic gluten free vegan fit life begins tomorrow
Half an hour on the elliptical counts as leg day, right? Literally so dead right now.
Frolicking through the forest, feeling like an Autumn-Winter princess in my DIY flower crown and faux-vegan-fur cape!
Shopped ’til I dropped #dead
OPEN BAR AT XMAS PARTTY!!
Snow angel!! #doyouwanttobuildasnowman
LOL literally dying over my photo with #Santa!
The great Netflix begins! I’m totally a Rachel!
Some days you just need to relax, unwind, and have some me time, y’know?
’tis the season! Skinny Peppermint Mochas until Christmas for this girl!!
Skellie is a young and beautiful skeleton who lives live full. Through her Instagram, we discover her lifestyle, between holidays, work, shopping and party with friends.
What started as an inside joke between co-workers has become one of the funniest accounts around. Social Media Manager Dana Herlihey couldn’t resist creating an Instagram profile for the Halloween skeleton she and her coworkers used to prank each other. Three months after her first post she’s still posing and photographing Skellie and crafting her personality.