These Powerful Portraits Are Raising Funds for Planned Parenthood
Photographer Maggie West tells Allure about 'Stand 2018,' her portrait series that will appear as an installation at a Los Angeles event to raise money for Planned Parenthood. The series features people like Stephanie Beatriz, Gaby Dunn, Melissa Broder, and more.
Using the shape of a hand and arm in this I think connects it to the photograph itself. In the photo, she is covering her face in her hands which makes you look more closely at the photo to wonder what is going on with it. I think it adds to the graphic a lot and makes the meaning of the picture pop more.
Ripped photos by Jacob a.k.a. Mailbomb Maybe an idea for the mental illnesses and feelings project : have the rip from cut marks and underneath write words like irk mean ones?
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Juxtapoz Magazine - The Ghostly Illustrations of Januz Miralles
Januz Miralles is an illustrator based in Laguna, Philippines. His eerie, ethereal images combine traditional painting techniques with digital...
Fragmenta by Micaela Lattanzio. It provides an alternative to straight portraiture, hiding parts of or the majority of the face and dispersing it makes it easier to draw parts of the body you're more confident with
Paper Sculptures by Justine Khamara | Gift Ideas | Creative Spotting
Talented Australian artist Justine Khamara made those amazing sculptures by distorting and giving a whole new life with old cutted and assembled photos. A
Definition of the soul; the spirit or immaterial part of man, the seat of human personality, intellect, will, and emotions, regarded as an entity that survives the body after death. The definition of the soul is something different for everybody, I think. I'm fascinated by it and that's why I wanted to make this. It's your soul that makes you, you. Not your body or your pretty face. This is inspired 500px | facebook page | blog | tumblr | pinterest
Black and White Photography by Florian Imgrund
Analog and Experimental Black and White Photography. German photographer Florian Imgrund is fascinated by the unique charm of analog photographs connected
Kino "I heard a puff, I heard a blow I felt the ground, I felt the snow I thought of linen and old lace I never really saw his face..." 2013 10 fotografias cortadas e sobrepostas entre chapas de acrílico | 10 cut-out photographs and acrylic layers | 41x31cm
Why You Should Stop Comparing Yourself To Others (The Edit)
Why You Should Stop Comparing Yourself To Others, a post by Jessica Sletmo on The Edit. There is no doubt that you have either heard of or read about the importance of not comparing yourself to others. Unfortunately, most people still do. If you are ready to make a change, these...