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White tee + belt + arty leggings = awesome.
A dramatically lit portrait of William Wyman at the potter’s wheel.
Can’t get enough of shots of artists at work.
Reblogged from ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART
Dr. Strange Love
The work of Melbourne-based artist Amie Luczkowkski Gibson favors the surreal (anyone getting a Salvador Dali vibe here?). With her drawings of heads sporting numerous eyeballs and her clay sculptures following a similar path, her art is perfectly morbid. Though she doesn’t have a website yet, there’s a storefront on Etsy you should check out.
(Photo courtesy of Amie Luczkowkski Gibson. Text by Jenny Bahn)
Eye- (or is it eyes?)- catching work.
Reblogged from The Inside Source
“I can’t really say there’s a specific formula to the success I’ve had so far, but I believe that it’s important to have a clear vision of where you want to go. My dad told me that the best runners don’t look to the side during a race; they’re focused on the road ahead. I’m walking my own path.” - Nicole Porter
Dessert terrariums? Someone, please make these (and then invite us over).
“Lauren DiCioccio uses a simple needle and thread on cotton muslin to mummify and honor an endangered artifact– the printed newspaper. In each piece, as The New York Times’ text fades, its correlating cover portraits puncture the surface with pockets of strung together color, reminding us of a certain tactile human unraveling as we adaptively wave goodbye to the Industrial Age.”
Nemadji pots. From top to bottom: