Antonina Vasylchenko, Victoria Tuaz, & Valeriya Melnik by Charlie Engman for Jalouse June 2013
Finger Nailin Hay In, 2007-2008
acrylic, acrylic ink, charcoal, conte, sparkle sticker, watercolor, watercolor pen on paper
78 x 108 in.
Yesterday Milwaukee was eerie and beautiful all at once.
Eugène Atget (1857 – 1927)
The work of French photographer Eugène Atget documents the architecture and street scenes of Paris throughout the late 19th and early 20th century. What makes Atget’s urban landscapes particularly unique is the continual lack of human figures in his work. When viewed together, his photographs paint a beautiful yet disturbing portrait of arguably the most iconic city in the world; a private window into a lonely and abandoned Paris.
Life Before Photoshop -1950
Bruce Mozert was renowned for being pretty innovative, coming up with underwater tricks to make these scenes seem as real as possible including using baking powder to create the powdery “smoke” coming out of the underwater barbecue.
There’s something about this fabric that makes me feel like a Queen.