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Inside the magical House of Siren, home to more than 700 handmade couture customs #hkigers #hk #imagination #art

Loving the colors on graham street #hongkong #travel #art (at The Globe)

beingblog:

“May you be in love every day for the next 20,000 days. And out of that love, remake a world.”

—Ray Bradbury, (August 22, 1920 - June 5, 2012). From “How to be Madder than Captain Ahab.”

Photo by Brian Wolfe. (Taken with instagram)

heyoscarwilde:

R.I.P. Ray Bradbury (August 22, 1920 — June 6, 2012)

illustration by Scott Campbell :: scanned from the original artwork :: personal collection :: originally posted at heyoscarwilde.com

(via warmoth)

devidsketchbook:

sparklers - an animated GIF project by Ryan Enn Hughes

Ryan Enn Hughes, a director and photographer based in toronto, canada, has produced a new animated GIF series picturing individuals jumping about adarkened space ‘painting’ with a lit sparkler.

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[via designboom]

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life:

Ah, don’t you wish you were at Cannes right now? (well, we do…)

Here, as the 65th edition of the French Riviera’s film extravaganza gets underway, LIFE.com presents a gallery of both rare and classic pictures from Cannes in 1962 — photos made 50 years ago that still, today, convey the glamor and the blithe sensuality that set the festival apart.

Pictured: French starlet Philomene Toulouse angling for attention with her pet fox and bare torso at the Cannes Film Festival.

timelightbox:

Guineafowl (Azure), 2012, c-print, 45 x 30 inches. Courtesy of Team Gallery, New York.

Team Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by New York-based photographer Ryan Mcginley:

Animals consists of McGinley’s color studio portraits of live animals with nude models. The exhibition is his first made up exclusively of selections from this growing, and ambitious, body of work. The artist visited various sanctuaries, zoos, and rescue establishments across the United States, erecting a mobile studio wherever possible and working with a number of pre-eminent animal trainers. The animals are not mere props in photographs of people; on the contrary, McGinley considers them the subjects of these images. There exists both tension and tenderness between the models and wild animals, as they claw, clutch, nibble, and hug one another.

miasmusings:

Kind of amazing. 

"They see me Rowling …."  Brilliant.