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Sorry for the funkstille. Summer happened.

Sorry for the funkstille. Summer happened.

Izabela Pluta - Four sides of a piece of coal #3

Izabela Pluta - Four sides of a piece of coal #3

theantidote:

Surreal ceramic sculptures created by Toronto artist Jess Riva Cooper titled Viral Seriesas

(via artmesohard:)

Flóra Borsi - IRÉEL

Flóra Borsi - IRÉEL

First Blood - Occupation

Roy Ananda - R’lyeh Maquettes, 2011

Roy Ananda - R’lyeh Maquettes, 2011

(Source: ocula.com)

caferacerdesign:

Cafe Racer Design Source
Honda CB100 @caferacerdesign

Tony Lloyd - Eminence and immanence, 2013

Tony Lloyd - Eminence and immanence, 2013

Nicolás Lamas - Alfredo from the series Blind gestures, 2014

Blind gestures
- is a photographic project that gathers 25 images scanned from dormant IPad screens.  Each scan registers the marks, scratches, fingerprints and dust indefinitely accumulated on the screen surface. In the process of gathering these images, Lamas establishes an unusual relationship between two electronic devices, using the scanner as photographic tool to “expose” the information that constantly changes and focuses on the “action space” of the tablets.  The forms that are revealed may seem to be spontaneous, tactile gestures without any criteria; but they are indeed the registered actions of clear logic made to activate various functions of the IPad, when it is turned on.  Each image is unique, unrepeatable and corresponds to a specific moment in the interaction with digital information. Beside each image is the name of the IPad owner, putting emphasis on the close relationship between the tablet and each user, and the traces left by contact with a personal electronic device that translates builds and interconnects a world that is on both sides of the screen.

Nicolás Lamas - Alfredo from the series Blind gestures, 2014

Blind gestures

- is a photographic project that gathers 25 images scanned from dormant IPad screens.  Each scan registers the marks, scratches, fingerprints and dust indefinitely accumulated on the screen surface. In the process of gathering these images, Lamas establishes an unusual relationship between two electronic devices, using the scanner as photographic tool to “expose” the information that constantly changes and focuses on the “action space” of the tablets.  The forms that are revealed may seem to be spontaneous, tactile gestures without any criteria; but they are indeed the registered actions of clear logic made to activate various functions of the IPad, when it is turned on.  Each image is unique, unrepeatable and corresponds to a specific moment in the interaction with digital information. Beside each image is the name of the IPad owner, putting emphasis on the close relationship between the tablet and each user, and the traces left by contact with a personal electronic device that translates builds and interconnects a world that is on both sides of the screen.

Juan Ford - Paradox Lost, 2013

Juan Ford - Paradox Lost, 2013

Anonymous asked: what dye do u use?

it’s semipermanent liquid tint called pastelcolor by hessler

Anonymous asked: is it filter ot do u have pastel hair

eh, no filter was involved