kevinbolk:

the-last-teabender:

kevinbolk:

"ARTIST BOLDLY REIMAGINES DISNEY PRINCESS AS A PILE OF ROCKS" 

You’ve never seen them like this before. Mind blown!

Is it sad that I really kind of like it when K-Bo is 150% done with an art trend?

Hey, I was simply mining for things that haven’t been done with these characters and left no stone unturned. ;P

currentsinbiology:

Fine Whitework - Apprentice, Lucy Reed

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Most of the names of the superpowers in the film are taken from the pulp novels of Louis Cha, a household name in Hong Kong.
Kung Fu Hustle (2004)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Most of the names of the superpowers in the film are taken from the pulp novels of Louis Cha, a household name in Hong Kong.

Kung Fu Hustle (2004)

  1. Camera: 
  2. Aperture: f/8
  3. Exposure: 1/80th
  4. Focal Length: 91mm

LotR + Blades

(Source: isildur-elessar)

missymwac:

I shall work toward finding beautiful work to steal online rather than improving my own.

I shall gladly take clients money with a cheerful heart in spite of knowing I can not recreate the images that brought them to me.

I shall take pride when showing others’ work as my own.

I shall justify it in my mind.

I will think not of the photographer from whom I’ve stolen, nor of their hard work in creating the images I now claim as mine.

I will suffer no shame nor embarrassment as I copy and paste.

When accused, I shall become indignant then cry.

I shall take no blame.

If blame persists, I shall hold responsible a “web designer,” “employee,” “intern,” “computer hacker,” or grandma.

I shall claim my privacy has been infringed upon when the theft has been made public.

I shall have at the ready terms which invoke sympathy, ie. “witch hunt.”

I shall turn the argument in such a way that I become the innocent party.

And when the accusations fade away and the theft has been forgotten, I shall build from the ashes a new website….

And I shall steal again with pride.

xoxo

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"It is that range of biodiversity that we must care for – the whole thing – rather than just one or two stars."
David Attenborough (via ecosapienshow)
markdoesstuff:


like i keep seeing this come across my dash and i cannot reblog it because it will set the bar for cosplay so high
he truly destroyed the game for everyone ever.

markdoesstuff:

like i keep seeing this come across my dash and i cannot reblog it because it will set the bar for cosplay so high

he truly destroyed the game for everyone ever.

(Source: antiocial)

Mini hiking trip on Flickr.

missymwac:

(Thank you to The Taser Photoshoot  for the inspiration.)

As a portrait photographer, I work hard to make my clients feel safe and comfortable during their sessions. I love happy, warm, genuine emotion…emotion that lights up a face from within.  I’m not interested in canned or forced expressions, but honest, real emotions that start within a person’s core and manifest themselves on their face. 

But then one day, after a recent program at a photography convention, I had an epiphany: what if I could ask two questions that would elicit real honest, raw emotion? The kind of gut wrenching emotion usually reserved for those who experience a flat tire in the middle of rush hour or accidentally drop their wedding ring down the garbage disposal. 

This is the idea behind my latest portrait project:
The “Workshop Remorse” Photoshoot. 

Like many photographers who really should be locked in a padded room, I have tons of voices in my head and most days, they all play nicely with one another. But now and then, they will rise up in unison, demanding to be heard.  When I decided on this series, the voices had united, crying out: “What a waste! The only ones making money with this stuff are the workshop givers!” 

I had tried to quell the voices with vodka, but when, after a year, they would not be quieted, I knew that I was being called to create something real.  And… I was out of vodka. So, I began on my journey with nothing but a camera in one hand and a one-way ticket to RawEmotionville in the other. Some called it crazy; others too brutally honest, but I felt it was a story that had to be told. 

The GEAR:

I don’t have a video explaining the setup because I really don’t need one. The images were shot with everything from a cell phone to a DSLR. Having people crying and dry heaving in an image can present a challenge, but thankfully, today’s cameras are so good that it was able to be captured without a problem. Plus, if they’re blurry, I say they are part of my Fine Art signature series “Emotion in Motion,” and charge an additional fee. 

The LIGHTING

Whatever was around at the time. 

The REACTIONS:

Each person was brought before a camera and asked to think back to the last photo workshop/webinar/online school they attended. They were then asked two questions:

  1. the amount spent on that workshop/webinar/online school 
  2. was it worth it

The moment of realization was the exact moment the photo was taken. 

What I found most interesting about the reactions was that no two were the same. While 3.5 participants smiled fondly at the recollection, most did not. (.5 smiled at first, and then after five minutes, started blinking back tears) Some sobbed uncontrollably; some fought back nausea, some were struck with numb disbelief. Three participants  actually passed out from shock after realizing what was wasted. 

I consider this series one of my finest forays into the world of honest emotion. I thank the Pulitzer Committee in advance for their consideration. 

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                               (SUBJECT PASSED OUT ON FLOOR)

Mini hiking trip on Flickr.

Yo, have a look at my abstract vision of a mushroom. It is a representation of how I feel after a bowl of udon or phở, the wonky roundness of the fungi portrays my full lumpy tummy.

aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.
aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.
aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.
aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.
aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.
aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.
aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.
aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.
aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.

aincradarc:

Chef Ramsay is my fucking spirit guide.