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Isobel Adderley

I really love the use of lines of thread to create random geometric shapes in Isobel Adderley’s work. I find the use of a point/points away from the face in the negative space adds another level of interest to the image. In some of the images it appears that the model is pulling/looking away from this point, as if they are tethered to it but have the desire not to be.

































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mymindisanisland:

Final installment of collaborative musings with the talented Michael Tunk

travisscott.com

If you’re not on Travi$ Scott yet. You should be.

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asylum-art:

Daniel Maczynski, (antitianvs)

Saatchi Art, on deviantART

the-alternatist:

Raf Simons SS14

the-alternatist:

Raf Simons SS14

asylum-art:

Kamoplan Chotvichai: Hand- cut paper, Self portraits Photographs

Digital C-Print and Hand cut paper; 2013/2014

Kamolpan Chotvichai was born in 1986 in Bangkok where she currently resides and works. She received her MFA at Silpakorn university ,Bangkok and has since been awarded numerous art prizes and scholarships. She challenges the limitations of paper in her artwork through the use of simple tools. One of her repertoires is the application of certain cutting techniques to dissolve her own image that is printed on paper. Based on the Buddha’s teaching on anatta(no self).

One’s adhering to something can cause the greatest misery in life especially being attached to self-existing. The idea of this self-existing is actually self-formed and leads to variety of emotions. The temper, the mind and the body altogether gradually form the idea of being alive but when putting into consideration, without any substance, it is merely the thought that we think we are existing.