Miaz Brothers (Hidden Face)

Ooooh, the soft, gaussy, acrylic paintings of the Miaz Brothers. Acrylic paintings – not blurry photographs. I’m not quite sure how they do it, but Milan-born artists {and brothers} Roberto and Renato Miaz are clearly masters of the brush!

Knitted masks by Aldo Lanzini

Aldo Lanzini crocheted masks used during the S/S 2011 Missoni fashion show in Milan - Carefully selected by GORGONIA www.

ocean trash photo collages by mandy barker

ocean trash photo collages by mandy barker

SOUP PROJECT - Plastic debris suspended in the sea - North Pacific Ocean aka Garbage Patch. by Mandy Barker

Aldo Lanzini is the artist who designed these amazing knitted masks for Angela Missoni at her fashion show on Sunday, September 26th, in Milan. At the entrance of the Missoni show, a group of individuals were wearing crocheted masks from Aldo's series "The eyes are there where they see, the things are there where they are seen."

Aldo Lanzini is the artist who designed these amazing knitted masks for Angela Missoni at her fashion show on Sunday, September in Mil.

Tomoko Sawada’s ID400 (1998). Sawada spent weeks changing her physical appearance - creating 400 different identities using a photo ID booth.

hnnhmcgrth: “ Tomoko Sawada ” Tomoko Sawada’s was produced while she was a university student and living in Kobe. “The photo machine, a small vending machine-like contraption, can be.

Esther Honing on What Happens When Your Side Project Goes Viral

Esther Honing on What Happens When Your Side Project Goes Viral

Esther Honig became an internet sensation when she asked Photoshop artists around the world to retouch her face to reflect their cultures' standards of beauty.

The Things They Carried: See the objects refugees carry on their journey to Europe. Image 1 of 2 "My family was split up for hours on the journey and my phone didnt work" says Aisha who brought her phone charger with pink nail polish markings. "It was horrible. She intends to call a friend in Sweden who her family has arranged to live with. Photograph by James Mollison (@jamesmollison) for @TIME. Follow @timelightbox for more photos. by time

The Things They Carried: See the objects refugees carry on their journey to Europe. Image 1 of 2 "My family was split up for hours on the journey and my phone didnt work" says Aisha who brought her phone charger with pink nail polish markings. "It was horrible. She intends to call a friend in Sweden who her family has arranged to live with. Photograph by James Mollison (@jamesmollison) for @TIME. Follow @timelightbox for more photos. by time

Maud Salter, Terpsichore, 1992

Photo by Maud Sulter "Terpsichore" from her Zabat series of black women creators as the 9 Muses of Antiquity Model: performance artist called Della Street who created the costume as part of a dance installation piece called The Quizzing Glass.

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