showslow:

Berlin Photography by Filmawi Efrem
Shot on 35mm Film

showslow:

Berlin Photography by Filmawi Efrem
Shot on 35mm Film

showslow:

Berlin Photography by Filmawi Efrem
Shot on 35mm Film

showslow:

Berlin Photography by Filmawi Efrem
Shot on 35mm Film

showslow:

Berlin Photography by Filmawi Efrem
Shot on 35mm Film

showslow:

Berlin Photography by Filmawi Efrem
Shot on 35mm Film

showslow:

Berlin Photography by Filmawi Efrem
Shot on 35mm Film

showslow:

Berlin Photography by Filmawi Efrem

Shot on 35mm Film

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darthpod:

he is glorious darthpod:

he is glorious darthpod:

he is glorious darthpod:

he is glorious darthpod:

he is glorious darthpod:

he is glorious
isiviel:

Juno (2007) isiviel:

Juno (2007) isiviel:

Juno (2007) isiviel:

Juno (2007) isiviel:

Juno (2007) isiviel:

Juno (2007) isiviel:

Juno (2007) isiviel:

Juno (2007) isiviel:

Juno (2007)
syd0404:

alchemina:

blame-my-booty:

antiizionism:

yanndere:

tibets:

el-dispute:

Woman Photographs Herself Receiving Strange Looks in Public
“I now reverse the gaze and record their reactions to me while I perform mundane tasks in public spaces. I seek out spaces that are visually interesting and geographically diverse. I try to place myself in compositions that contain feminine icons or advertisements. Otherwise, I position myself and the camera in a pool of people…and wait.
The images capture the gazer in a microsecond moment where they, for unknowable reasons, have a look on their face that questions my presence. Whether they are questioning my position in front of the lens or questioning my body size, the gazer appears to be visually troubled that I am in front of them.”
Photographer: Haley Morris-Cafiero
Project: Wait Watchers 
Source
Thought this was actually really cool and I’d share it with you guys! Takes a lot to get up there and do something like this. Love it!

this is such a fucking important project to me because i am constantly stared at in public in a negative way and turned into some disgusting object for the amusement of others and this is a peaceful way to confront those people

turning the spectators into the spectacle


she’s one of the professors at my college, and I have so much respect for her. She’s a really chill person. 

so about that whole thin privilege thing

The kid in the fourth picture is bangin
syd0404:

alchemina:

blame-my-booty:

antiizionism:

yanndere:

tibets:

el-dispute:

Woman Photographs Herself Receiving Strange Looks in Public
“I now reverse the gaze and record their reactions to me while I perform mundane tasks in public spaces. I seek out spaces that are visually interesting and geographically diverse. I try to place myself in compositions that contain feminine icons or advertisements. Otherwise, I position myself and the camera in a pool of people…and wait.
The images capture the gazer in a microsecond moment where they, for unknowable reasons, have a look on their face that questions my presence. Whether they are questioning my position in front of the lens or questioning my body size, the gazer appears to be visually troubled that I am in front of them.”
Photographer: Haley Morris-Cafiero
Project: Wait Watchers 
Source
Thought this was actually really cool and I’d share it with you guys! Takes a lot to get up there and do something like this. Love it!

this is such a fucking important project to me because i am constantly stared at in public in a negative way and turned into some disgusting object for the amusement of others and this is a peaceful way to confront those people

turning the spectators into the spectacle


she’s one of the professors at my college, and I have so much respect for her. She’s a really chill person. 

so about that whole thin privilege thing

The kid in the fourth picture is bangin
syd0404:

alchemina:

blame-my-booty:

antiizionism:

yanndere:

tibets:

el-dispute:

Woman Photographs Herself Receiving Strange Looks in Public
“I now reverse the gaze and record their reactions to me while I perform mundane tasks in public spaces. I seek out spaces that are visually interesting and geographically diverse. I try to place myself in compositions that contain feminine icons or advertisements. Otherwise, I position myself and the camera in a pool of people…and wait.
The images capture the gazer in a microsecond moment where they, for unknowable reasons, have a look on their face that questions my presence. Whether they are questioning my position in front of the lens or questioning my body size, the gazer appears to be visually troubled that I am in front of them.”
Photographer: Haley Morris-Cafiero
Project: Wait Watchers 
Source
Thought this was actually really cool and I’d share it with you guys! Takes a lot to get up there and do something like this. Love it!

this is such a fucking important project to me because i am constantly stared at in public in a negative way and turned into some disgusting object for the amusement of others and this is a peaceful way to confront those people

turning the spectators into the spectacle


she’s one of the professors at my college, and I have so much respect for her. She’s a really chill person. 

so about that whole thin privilege thing

The kid in the fourth picture is bangin
syd0404:

alchemina:

blame-my-booty:

antiizionism:

yanndere:

tibets:

el-dispute:

Woman Photographs Herself Receiving Strange Looks in Public
“I now reverse the gaze and record their reactions to me while I perform mundane tasks in public spaces. I seek out spaces that are visually interesting and geographically diverse. I try to place myself in compositions that contain feminine icons or advertisements. Otherwise, I position myself and the camera in a pool of people…and wait.
The images capture the gazer in a microsecond moment where they, for unknowable reasons, have a look on their face that questions my presence. Whether they are questioning my position in front of the lens or questioning my body size, the gazer appears to be visually troubled that I am in front of them.”
Photographer: Haley Morris-Cafiero
Project: Wait Watchers 
Source
Thought this was actually really cool and I’d share it with you guys! Takes a lot to get up there and do something like this. Love it!

this is such a fucking important project to me because i am constantly stared at in public in a negative way and turned into some disgusting object for the amusement of others and this is a peaceful way to confront those people

turning the spectators into the spectacle


she’s one of the professors at my college, and I have so much respect for her. She’s a really chill person. 

so about that whole thin privilege thing

The kid in the fourth picture is bangin
syd0404:

alchemina:

blame-my-booty:

antiizionism:

yanndere:

tibets:

el-dispute:

Woman Photographs Herself Receiving Strange Looks in Public
“I now reverse the gaze and record their reactions to me while I perform mundane tasks in public spaces. I seek out spaces that are visually interesting and geographically diverse. I try to place myself in compositions that contain feminine icons or advertisements. Otherwise, I position myself and the camera in a pool of people…and wait.
The images capture the gazer in a microsecond moment where they, for unknowable reasons, have a look on their face that questions my presence. Whether they are questioning my position in front of the lens or questioning my body size, the gazer appears to be visually troubled that I am in front of them.”
Photographer: Haley Morris-Cafiero
Project: Wait Watchers 
Source
Thought this was actually really cool and I’d share it with you guys! Takes a lot to get up there and do something like this. Love it!

this is such a fucking important project to me because i am constantly stared at in public in a negative way and turned into some disgusting object for the amusement of others and this is a peaceful way to confront those people

turning the spectators into the spectacle


she’s one of the professors at my college, and I have so much respect for her. She’s a really chill person. 

so about that whole thin privilege thing

The kid in the fourth picture is bangin
syd0404:

alchemina:

blame-my-booty:

antiizionism:

yanndere:

tibets:

el-dispute:

Woman Photographs Herself Receiving Strange Looks in Public
“I now reverse the gaze and record their reactions to me while I perform mundane tasks in public spaces. I seek out spaces that are visually interesting and geographically diverse. I try to place myself in compositions that contain feminine icons or advertisements. Otherwise, I position myself and the camera in a pool of people…and wait.
The images capture the gazer in a microsecond moment where they, for unknowable reasons, have a look on their face that questions my presence. Whether they are questioning my position in front of the lens or questioning my body size, the gazer appears to be visually troubled that I am in front of them.”
Photographer: Haley Morris-Cafiero
Project: Wait Watchers 
Source
Thought this was actually really cool and I’d share it with you guys! Takes a lot to get up there and do something like this. Love it!

this is such a fucking important project to me because i am constantly stared at in public in a negative way and turned into some disgusting object for the amusement of others and this is a peaceful way to confront those people

turning the spectators into the spectacle


she’s one of the professors at my college, and I have so much respect for her. She’s a really chill person. 

so about that whole thin privilege thing

The kid in the fourth picture is bangin

syd0404:

alchemina:

blame-my-booty:

antiizionism:

yanndere:

tibets:

el-dispute:

Woman Photographs Herself Receiving Strange Looks in Public

“I now reverse the gaze and record their reactions to me while I perform mundane tasks in public spaces. I seek out spaces that are visually interesting and geographically diverse. I try to place myself in compositions that contain feminine icons or advertisements. Otherwise, I position myself and the camera in a pool of people…and wait.

The images capture the gazer in a microsecond moment where they, for unknowable reasons, have a look on their face that questions my presence. Whether they are questioning my position in front of the lens or questioning my body size, the gazer appears to be visually troubled that I am in front of them.”

Photographer: Haley Morris-Cafiero

Project: Wait Watchers 

Source

Thought this was actually really cool and I’d share it with you guys! Takes a lot to get up there and do something like this. Love it!

this is such a fucking important project to me because i am constantly stared at in public in a negative way and turned into some disgusting object for the amusement of others and this is a peaceful way to confront those people

turning the spectators into the spectacle

she’s one of the professors at my college, and I have so much respect for her. She’s a really chill person. 

so about that whole thin privilege thing

The kid in the fourth picture is bangin

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blue-author:

thegreenwolf:

People often think of fire as a destructive force, and it can be. But fire also rejuvenates the land. Many grasses have evolved root systems that survive fires so they can be renewed, and some trees and other plants have seeds that only germinate after a fire has come through. Plus fires clean out old dead wood and other debris, making it easier for fresh plant life to grow. 

It’s like a picture of the tide coming in, somewhere in the Elemental Chaos.

blue-author:

thegreenwolf:

People often think of fire as a destructive force, and it can be. But fire also rejuvenates the land. Many grasses have evolved root systems that survive fires so they can be renewed, and some trees and other plants have seeds that only germinate after a fire has come through. Plus fires clean out old dead wood and other debris, making it easier for fresh plant life to grow. 

It’s like a picture of the tide coming in, somewhere in the Elemental Chaos.

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hippie-galaxy:

mim-akh:

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

1969

the only thing that’s changed since then is the quality of photos

reblogging for comment

hippie-galaxy:

mim-akh:

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

1969

the only thing that’s changed since then is the quality of photos

reblogging for comment

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sugarcoatedcomatose:

Just tried out some cheap pastels. I realized how old I made Kaneda/Bart in the big one, pffffft. I’m excited about bartkira! Chapter 1 is almost done guys. If you haven’t heard about it before check out the tag it’s awesome I promise. Started and organized by harveyjames and withapencilinhand

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definitelydope:

By Tamara Lichtenstein
definitelydope:

By Tamara Lichtenstein
definitelydope:

By Tamara Lichtenstein
definitelydope:

By Tamara Lichtenstein
definitelydope:

By Tamara Lichtenstein
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!
mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!
At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.
I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.
For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:
The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)
The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)
The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)
Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)
The Magic Brocade (China)
Urashima (Japan)
Hats to Disappear With (Korea)
The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)
Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)
All are available as prints on my inprnt!
Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!

mrockefeller:

Here are all 9 pieces from my first thesis project!

At the beginning of the semester, I read folktales from around the world and sought out interesting imagery and characters to develop into 9 full page illustrations. As I made each illustration, I did a ton of research into the clothing, symbols, patterns, and other related imagery from the each story’s culture.

I am fascinated by old stories and how they have been passed down and shaped future stories. I learned a lot from this project, but I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface! There is so much more to these unique cultures, and I’ll continue to draw inspiration from them.

For each individually, and some process sketches see the links below:

The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland)

The Giant Who Had no Heart In His Body (Norway)

The Firebird and the Horse of Power (Russia)

Sinbad and the Seven Voyages (Middle East)

The Magic Brocade (China)

Urashima (Japan)

Hats to Disappear With (Korea)

The Search for the Magic Lake ( Ecuador)

Oni and the Great Bird (West Africa, Yoruba Tribe)

All are available as prints on my inprnt!

Thank you everyone for your support over the past year! Here’s to a great 2014!

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