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juliancallos:

Here are a few sketches for some of the pieces in my show “COSMOS,” opening October 12th at WWA Gallery.

From top to bottom: “Sun,” “Earth,” “Moon,” a mini series of eight called “Phases,” “Eclipse,” and “Black Hole.”

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autosafari:

Hamish Morrow, Fashion in Zero Gravity, 2004
"The reality of gravitational force affects every clothing principle relating to cut, construction, drape and fabric volume and is ultimately one of its inescapable guiding infl uences. In a habitat free from the force of gravity the problems facing the design of clothes would require a new set of solutions and in tandem create a new visual response." – Hamish Morrow

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autosafari:

Hamish Morrow, Fashion in Zero Gravity, 2004

"The reality of gravitational force affects every clothing principle relating to cut, construction, drape and fabric volume and is ultimately one of its inescapable guiding infl uences. In a habitat free from the force of gravity the problems facing the design of clothes would require a new set of solutions and in tandem create a new visual response." – Hamish Morrow

how deep

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karborn:

EVIDENCE OF TIME TRAVEL

book sneak. pt. 1

50+ double page compositions.

karborn 2014

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artruby:

Arne Svenson, Neighbors #27-28, (2012) at Julie Saul Gallery / ADAA The Art Show 2014.

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Interview #379: Jes Cervoni

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nopefun:

imageCurrently based in Toronto, Canada.

Lee Chang Ming: Tell us a bit about yourself.
Jes Cervoni: I’m currently studying photography at Ryerson University in Toronto. I work primarily with still life both on the street and in the studio. The enjoyment of working with inanimate objects…

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