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She flew across the sea
We talked on a small screen
A cubism dream
The most beautiful squares I’d ever seen
The canvas was free
A gift good mother gave to me
We joked at how they talked so differently

Maestro Jorge Velarde  de ecuador 
my Journey

La vida es demasiado corta como para vivirla al frente de un celular. Las noticias de facebook, el mensaje de ws, las fotos de instagram o los tweets jamás te darán la plenitud que te dará el compartir verdaderos momentos con las personas que amas y que te aman. En esos minutos en que sacaste tu celular cuando cenabas o cuando estabas al lado o al frente de una persona que te apreciaba, perdiste la oportunidad de admirar sus ojos enamorados, compartir su sonrisa, compartir una conversación o a lo mejor simplemente admirar el silencio; en el futuro aquella persona que te estuvo mirando y que te dedico su tiempo y respeto mientras tu veías tu celular se habrá ido, y jamás podrás recuperar aquello a lo que yo llamo “los verdaderos momentos de la vida”. Así que no esperes más para empezar a vivir los verdaderos momentos de tu vida antes de que sea demasiado tarde.

rustypopsicle:

 
Mi abuelita 😊👍

Mi abuelita 😊👍

asylum-art:

Melanie Willhide: Hallucinatory Portraits That Rethink the Ways We Look at Women



Through formal portraiture mixed with plastic flowers, images from Playgirl magazine, reference to nightshade potions, and other source material, Melanie Willhide’s series “Henbane for Honey Bun” takes a hallucinatory look at the ways in which we look at women.

The series took root, so to speak, a couple of years ago when Willhide began photographing flowers. At the same time, she was also making portraits of women in her life she felt were fascinating beyond their physical beauty.

Willhide, who is in her late 30s and a native East Coaster, was also beginning to feel as if she were being forced outside the realm of visibility in Los Angeles.

“The way people address me has shifted—people call me ma’am now—and there is a level of anonymity, even invisibility, since I also don’t work in the industry,” she said.

She visited the arts and crafts store Moskatels in Los Angeles, a place where “everything natural is made out of plastic” and began photographing artificial flowers, mixing them into the portraits of women.

“I started to create compositions that are part fake flower, part female subject. One never ages and never dies, and the other is subject to the culture of youth and perfection.”

(via clementinekruczynski)

The best of The best.

The best of The best.

reflexes:

winston chmielinski
hypertrophy ii, 2013
on tumblr

reflexes:

winston chmielinski

hypertrophy ii, 2013

on tumblr

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