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asylum-art:

Margriet Smulder

Margriet Smulders’ intoxicating and smouldering flowers represent contradictions between the mind and the body, between science and intuítion, between dark and light, nirwana and  samsara, modesty and voluptousness maybe all brought together by the heart. Her photographs are exposed to particular canvases such as metallic, Cibachrome, as well as water color paper, which give off the reflected illuminated look of a painting. Be sure to check out Margriet’s previous feature from January 2013.

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clevergoods:

Cole Barash’s “6 Girls 6 Cities” http://ift.tt/1n8Yqow

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Cole Barash’s 6 Girls in 6 Cities

minalnaomi:

This is an interesting concept. The photographer traveled to six cities and shot beautiful ethereal photographs of 6 girls and then superimposed parts of their city into the photograph. The results are quite interesting. You see them both blending in and standing out of their cities. Whilst the photographs are well composed, the two elements (the girl and her city) are distinctly different entities. 

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If you haven’t seen this, it’s gives a whole new perspective

If you haven’t seen this, it’s gives a whole new perspective

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empressque3n:

she’s literally jesus with mascara and I love it 

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nevver:

Broad brushstrokes, Simon Birch

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