Definitely Maybe
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sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
sosuperawesome:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr
Hagyhatnál valamit magad után
Alámerülsz most
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pkmike:

Hey guys!
here’s some of the stuff I’ve been doing recently, some sketches on my sketchbook and  a painting I did in for the Spitpaint group for the theme ” Lord of fire”
hope you like,
Mike
pkmike:

Hey guys!
here’s some of the stuff I’ve been doing recently, some sketches on my sketchbook and  a painting I did in for the Spitpaint group for the theme ” Lord of fire”
hope you like,
Mike
pkmike:

Hey guys!
here’s some of the stuff I’ve been doing recently, some sketches on my sketchbook and  a painting I did in for the Spitpaint group for the theme ” Lord of fire”
hope you like,
Mike
pkmike:

Hey guys!
here’s some of the stuff I’ve been doing recently, some sketches on my sketchbook and  a painting I did in for the Spitpaint group for the theme ” Lord of fire”
hope you like,
Mike
pkmike:

Hey guys!
here’s some of the stuff I’ve been doing recently, some sketches on my sketchbook and  a painting I did in for the Spitpaint group for the theme ” Lord of fire”
hope you like,
Mike
pkmike:

Hey guys!
here’s some of the stuff I’ve been doing recently, some sketches on my sketchbook and  a painting I did in for the Spitpaint group for the theme ” Lord of fire”
hope you like,
Mike
pkmike:

Hey guys!
here’s some of the stuff I’ve been doing recently, some sketches on my sketchbook and  a painting I did in for the Spitpaint group for the theme ” Lord of fire”
hope you like,
Mike
pkmike:

Hey guys!
here’s some of the stuff I’ve been doing recently, some sketches on my sketchbook and  a painting I did in for the Spitpaint group for the theme ” Lord of fire”
hope you like,
Mike
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therealbohemian:

tiles
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bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

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bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

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bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

Rebecca Drolen’s Photographs Of Hair Explore Death And Femininity In Striking New Ways

In Hair Pieces, the photographer Rebecca Drolen examines the relationship between human beings and our hair, highlighting the impulse to deem body hair beautiful or strange. Inspired by what she calls the “archival” power of hair to outlive the rest of the human body, Drolen engages with hair pieces in comical and yet starkly emotional narratives. In the striking series, human hair transforms from ornamentation to elixir to parasite, creating a poignant work that elevates the mundane to the transcendent.

(Continue Reading)
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eatsleepdraw:

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