halfgifts:

on repeat

in the middle of the night

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"The Breast Portrait Journal" by Clarity Haynes

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Andrea Giacobbe 超现实摄影欣赏
意大利艺术家Andrea Giacobbe出生在佛罗伦斯,他曾在伦敦的Bournemouth & Poole艺术与设计学院学习摄影,现居巴黎。作为一名多产的摄影师,他的作品往往看似平静却充满悬疑,往往给人一种思考的遐想,他执导电视Push It 获得了8项MTV提名,包括最佳导演奖。而面前的多幅新作是Andrea Giacobbe对超现实摄影的新尝试,他让各类人体飘浮在地铁站台、罗浮宫、树林等场景中,甚至用各类人偶摆拍出充满寓意的镜头,可以说每一张都有作者的新鲜意图,现在不妨一起来欣赏下。

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Andrea Giacobbe 超现实摄影欣赏

意大利艺术家Andrea Giacobbe出生在佛罗伦斯,他曾在伦敦的Bournemouth & Poole艺术与设计学院学习摄影,现居巴黎。作为一名多产的摄影师,他的作品往往看似平静却充满悬疑,往往给人一种思考的遐想,他执导电视Push It 获得了8项MTV提名,包括最佳导演奖。
而面前的多幅新作是Andrea Giacobbe对超现实摄影的新尝试,他让各类人体飘浮在地铁站台、罗浮宫、树林等场景中,甚至用各类人偶摆拍出充满寓意的镜头,可以说每一张都有作者的新鲜意图,现在不妨一起来欣赏下。

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Jenny Holzer’s famous truism “Protect me from what I want” renders in a very precise way the fundamental ambiguity of the hysterical position. It can either be read as an ironic reference to the standard male chauvinist wisdom that a woman, when left to herself, gets caught in the self-destructive fury, so that she must be protected from herself by the benevolent male domination: “Protect me from the excessive self-destructive desire in me that I myself am not able to dominate.” Or it can be read in a more radical way, as pointing towards the fact that in today’s patriarchal society, woman’s desire is radically alienated, that she desires what men expect her to desire, that she desires to be desired by men. In this case, “Protect me from what I want” means “What I want, precisely when I seem to formulate my authentic innermost longing, is already imposed on me by the patriarchal order that tells me what to desire, so the first condition of my liberation is that I break up the vicious cycle of my alienated desire and learn to formulate my desire in an autonomous way.”
written by Slavoj Žižek, How To Read Lacan

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Maasvlakte by Bart van Damme on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Rotterdam, the Netherlands.facebook | website | maasvlakte book 2014 | portfolio book © 2014 Bart van Damme Visiting EMO [Europees Massagoed Overslagbedrijf] open day, one of the largest transhipment terminals for coal and iron ore in the world.

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Maasvlakte by Bart van Damme on Flickr.

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Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

facebook | website | maasvlakte book 2014 | portfolio book

© 2014 Bart van Damme

Visiting EMO [Europees Massagoed Overslagbedrijf] open day, one of the largest transhipment terminals for coal and iron ore in the world.

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if you think about it, king of the hill was just a slice of life anime but american

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rachellephant:

the most important thing to me ever is bi kids knowing that it’s ok to be 10% attracted to women and 90% attracted to men or 10% attracted to men and 90% attracted to women and still feeling ok to identify as bi, and still feeling like their identity is valid, and still feeling like they can lead fulfilling lives with both (or other) genders. like that’s just so fricking important.

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Spring–Summer 1999, A.F. VandevorstOctober 1998, Paris
People who come to Paris to see shows include editors, stylist, photographers, hairdressers, make-up artists, and models. After the shows, those people go back to their countries and created images with their own printed  media. Magazines and media culture have been well established throughout the world, and the amount of information spread by them is overwhelming. Designers are struggling to feel for a method, which accurately conveys the image that they want to create. Conventional shows, pretentious luxury, and overly expressed fantasy, those start looking dated. A.F. Vandevorst however, has managed to create an eye-opening show.
In the corridor were people waited for the opening of the door, there were sandwiches on the left and chocolate on the right. Having a light snack, we recover from fatigue and retain sanity after running from show to show with empty stomach all day. Upon entering the room, we found models lying on beds. Dress  and skirts were arranged from pillowcases, shirts were with diagonally distorted flaps, and pleated skirts were folded and sewn as is. 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 the disorder of their hair. Eventually, they started to rise up 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.

Paris Collection Individuals, 1998–––1999––– Nakako Hayashi, Little More

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Spring–Summer 1999, A.F. Vandevorst
October 1998, Paris

People who come to Paris to see shows include editors, stylist, photographers, hairdressers, make-up artists, and models. After the shows, those people go back to their countries and created images with their own printed  media. Magazines and media culture have been well established throughout the world, and the amount of information spread by them is overwhelming. Designers are struggling to feel for a method, which accurately conveys the image that they want to create. Conventional shows, pretentious luxury, and overly expressed fantasy, those start looking dated. A.F. Vandevorst however, has managed to create an eye-opening show.

In the corridor were people waited for the opening of the door, there were sandwiches on the left and chocolate on the right. Having a light snack, we recover from fatigue and retain sanity after running from show to show with empty stomach all day. Upon entering the room, we found models lying on beds. Dress  and skirts were arranged from pillowcases, shirts were with diagonally distorted flaps, and pleated skirts were folded and sewn as is. 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 the disorder of their hair. Eventually, they started to rise up 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.

Paris Collection Individuals, 1998–––1999––– Nakako Hayashi, Little More

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text reads: this doesn’t compare to the feel of your skin

Whoa

always loved this