“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”
I’ve reblogged this before and I will reblog it again.
This is so great
Tim Walker lo ha vuelto a hacer. Damned!
Oh god he’s done it again.
this series was fun. I remember my tutor tried to get all “damn girl I love your work with feminism what a deep concept” and I was like nah I just like baths and … nipples
Mia Jane-Harris creates absolutely stunning close-up photographs of medical specimens of human cadavers in her series “Your Corpse is Beautiful” and shows us just how beautiful death can be.
"Kanda and Mayuka made this series as their thesis project Musashino Art University and it recently won the Mitsubishi Chemical Junior Designer Award. … . While other images play with the notion of coupledom, portraying couples in complementary yin-and-yang poses or, in one case, imaging them as ghostly, overlapping doppelgänger. Although the artists say they want to show the “pulse” inside the often sterile X-ray images, in many ways, they are interesting because of what they strip away, the easy identifiers of flesh, hair, and clothing, leaving us to consider these couples are structural beings.” io9.com
Boy in schoolyard near Galway
From Eva Rubinstein
i’m going to make a blog called so-unrelatable and i’m just going to go through really obscure tags reblogging things like “does...
I think I might start writing a journal here every one in a while. I don’t really have a personal outlet, and everything I do has felt so public...