“John William Keedy explores themes of anxiety and varied neuroses in his photography.”
We keep promising each other that we deserve better. That when a certain person walks into your life you’ll know exactly why all the other people walked out.
I am in a great transition. I was raised in a house 3 streets away from where I now sit, I grew in a house of a farm 45 minutes away, 30 if…
worst of the worst
“I believe this photo of Jay is the most stunning and strikingly clear representation, of any photo ever taken, of modern skateboarding. It contains all the elements that make up what modern-day skateboarding has become: awesome aggression and style, power and fury, wild abandon, destruction of all fear, untamed individualism, and a free-spirited determination to tear, shred, and rip relentlessly. Jay should’ve had it all, and it makes me so sad that he didn’t.”
Another long-gone item, this one an original photograph of Bukowski and a young, naked admirer. Pretty much in keeping with the “Dirty Old Man” persona. Unpublished, and probably never-to-be-seen again.
20 places that don’t look real (part 2)
11.Mount Roraima-South america
14.Solar du Uyuni-Bolivia
17.Tunnel of love-Ukraine
18.Wisteria flower tunnel-Japan
19.Zhangye Danxia landform-China
20.Zhangya Danxia Landfrom 2-China
I need it all.
OH MY GOD
IT IS TOO MUCH
Kiyomi and Lauren, photographed by Lara Hotz
Incredibly Carved Pencil Sculptures
Hungarian artist and deviantART user cerkahegyzo carves intricate miniature sculptures from a single lead pencil. The artist says it’s a hobby and form of relaxation for him and that he carves them in his free time. During the day he works as a professional tool-maker in Hungary.
Cerkahegyzo says he started carving after coming across the highly detailed sculptures of artist Dalton Ghetti, previously featured on Curious History, who also uses lead pencils as his preferred medium.
Justin Bartels - Impression (2012)
"This is the best thing on the Internet. We undress everyday and it shows us how confined we are. Those imprints show how uncomfortable we are throughout each day just to impress other people. We create prisons in our own clothes. We are a prisoner in a socially constructed idea of what is beautiful."