07

June

1 note

Last few paper samples an stitching samples.

Last few paper samples an stitching samples.

07

June

2 notes

Someone posted they want Zac Effron to play Finnick in Catching Fire…

Dress 09 by Tom Gallant & fashion designer Marios Schwab.
Love how delicate the stencil looks.

Dress 09 by Tom Gallant & fashion designer Marios Schwab.

Love how delicate the stencil looks.

03

May

tusks:

silhouettes made with multi-colored layers by Dan Tobin Smith & Rachel Thomas

London-based photographer Dan Tobin Smith, in collaboration with set designer and art director Rachel Thomas, captures the silhouetted profile of a woman in multicolored layers. The creatively dreamy works in this series titled Paper Profiles appear both illustrative and sculptural. While some may speculate that the image is digitally rendered, it is in fact made entirely by hand, as it is the creative duo’s signature style to fully construct the scene and simply photograph it.
By combining their areas of expertise and their variations in the way they work, the two artists are able to produce beautifully lit still life portraits. While Thomas prefers to work with a precisely calculated plan for her sets, Smith’s photography is driven by the spontaneity of light. It is especially impressive that Thomas has maintained the sharp profile of the woman without shadows creeping our of the contours of the figure. Even in the white profiles, there is a distinction between each layer. The careful placement of each sheet of layering is equally note-worthy.

This is just beautiful

tusks:

silhouettes made with multi-colored layers by Dan Tobin Smith & Rachel Thomas

London-based photographer Dan Tobin Smith, in collaboration with set designer and art director Rachel Thomas, captures the silhouetted profile of a woman in multicolored layers. The creatively dreamy works in this series titled Paper Profiles appear both illustrative and sculptural. While some may speculate that the image is digitally rendered, it is in fact made entirely by hand, as it is the creative duo’s signature style to fully construct the scene and simply photograph it.

By combining their areas of expertise and their variations in the way they work, the two artists are able to produce beautifully lit still life portraits. While Thomas prefers to work with a precisely calculated plan for her sets, Smith’s photography is driven by the spontaneity of light. It is especially impressive that Thomas has maintained the sharp profile of the woman without shadows creeping our of the contours of the figure. Even in the white profiles, there is a distinction between each layer. The careful placement of each sheet of layering is equally note-worthy.

This is just beautiful

03

May

100 notes

This photo was reblogged from sorryaboutthetrees and originally by tusks.

theworstday:

Paper Craft Ring

01

May

645 notes

This photo was reblogged from 1324ideclareathumbwar-deactivat and originally by theworstday.

“You love me. Real or not real?”
I tell him, “Real.”

01

May

4,494 notes

This photo was reblogged from icaruskissesthesun and originally by peetakmellark-deactivated201403.

01

May

8,777 notes

This photo was reblogged from fashionfever and originally by southfactoryclothing.

Caravan Palace - Rock It For Me

Central park

Central park

06

March