Having some beautiful angel by one’s side, defending you against hellish claimers –even when it is too late for joy–, does not seem a trifle. Sascha Schneider… Read more “Um eine Seele – About a soul – Sobre una ànima”
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Growing old, but still eager to get up, doll up and play – –
A youth in stockings and a robe, in a cold light, with two slightly different framings and shades (the first, bluer and colder and also a bit… Read more “In love with this porcelain-like skin”
To explain better my previous post (Sunny Colours), I must be a little bit boring: Albert Henry Munsell (Boston, USA, 1858 – 1918) was a painter and… Read more “More Sunny Colours (Munsell 10YR, 10R, 5GY & 5G)”
Wax crayons on an aged picture. . . . . [Photography and Artwork by LiF, 2018]
Anasyrma (ἀνάσυρμα) is an ancient Greek term for “skirts-up”, the act of lifting one’s skirt or robe to publicly expose the naked buttocks or genitals –be them… Read more “Anasyrma as an ephemeral art”
The very best post I have seen in months. Absolutely brilliant, and quite disturbing.
People Matching Artworks: An Unusual Photo Series By Stefan Draschan.
Most of us were bored at some museum at least once in our lives – except this guy! France-based photographer Stefan Draschan always keeps himself entertained at art galleries by creating his own art projects.
One of those projects is “People matching artworks”. Although at first Draschan’s images seem perfectly staged, the secret behind them is actually patience. The photographer enjoys visiting different museums mostly in Paris, Vienna and Berlin where he waits for visitors to suddenly match with a piece of art in a funny way. The result is these humorous and unique pictures of unexpected harmony between people and the artworks they’re facing. It’s usually the outfits that match the art, but there are also people who match with the paintings because of their hair styles and colors, or…
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Hi 🙂 I am sorry I have neither the time nor the push to explain why I come back so suddenly, without having been here for months.… Read more “Pride – Celebrating Stonewall 1969, and long beyond”
“Paint it Black” by The Rolling Stones was released as a single on 6th May, 1966. A whole life ago… But the song was made to last… Read more “Exactly 53 Years Old Blackness”
. I have no idea about who she is and who took the picture, but I congratulate them both! I’ve just digitally measured she is about 166-167… Read more “Pretty girl hopping, in four neon lights and plain bluish grey”
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