The semi-art blog of a semi-person who needs to make more art. Welcome to my cozy corner of the internet.
"I fall in love with people’s passion. The way their eyes light up when they talk about the thing they love and the way they fill with light."
- Melissa Cox
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why do greek gods have to fuck up so much shit god damn just stay on your mountain and eat your fucking ambrosia and leave people alone
one day when percy finally snaps these will be his exact words
Polaroid Photography by Ludwigwest
i wish i could turn off my brain
do you ever just stare into space and really miss harry potter
That is not a record - that is a cross-section of a fucking tree. And it sounds like this.
Oh my gosh.
Amazing. Melodic and modern.
My god! This is fuckin amazing!!!!
This is so cool!
As one of my co-workers just pointed out: It sounds like the progression of a rainstorm.
I said “It sounds like the deep woods, old woods, when the afternoon rains come. You can -see- the water falling from the ferns and leaves. I wonder if each tree sounds like the place it grew?”
Select images from South African photographer Jodi Bieber’s series Real Beauty, photographing everyday women in South Africa in their underwear, leaving the images untouched so as to counter the incredibly narrow ideals of commercialized beauty propagated largely through popular media.
This is perfect.
And for all these reasons, I’ve decided to scalp you, and burn your village to the ground.
For the sweet Anon who requested tips for curly hair :)
Row 1: A logical starting point = The head! Basically, by first putting down a nicely shaped skull (think tilted “egg” here), you provide yourself the necessary framework upon which you can then build hair “movement.”
John William Keedy’s work, ‘It’s Hardly Noticeable’, explores the world of a character who navigates living with an unspecified anxiety-based mental illness. Negotiating situations constructed to highlight the impacts and implications of his differences on his thoughts and behaviors, he raises the question of normalcy. Through carefully constructed tableaus and metaphorical still lifes, the series reveals the relationship between reality and perception, and at the same time highlights issues of pathology while questioning stereotypes of normalcy.
Read more about the series HERE
That first day we were trying to get Dan’s eyes to be green because that’s what they are in the book.
And Dan was wearing contact lenses.
He was allergic to them and after we made the decision to remove them, but the first day we tried to work through it.
So for the last scene when he’s saying good-bye to Hagrid you can see almost his eyes tearing and his eye a little bit swollen and it feels like he’s about to cry.
He probably was but he never complained.
We removed the contacts and he’s never had green eyes since.
The eye colour thing always use to annoy me but now I feel bad, poor daniel!
At least they tried.
thEY DID CARE