Slow Down. Wake Up.
Tumblr of Qiana Mestrich - visual artist/photographer and blogger at Dodge & Burn: Diversity in Photography History http://dodgeburn.blogspot.com
Slow Down. Wake Up.
+
#night bloom  (at Home)
+
(via 20 MRI Scans of Fruits and Vegetables. These Are Both Mesmerizing and Vaguely Terrifying.)
+
mpdrolet:

 Pinar Yolacan
+
periodicult:

Lisa Bonet, photographed by Francesco Scavullo for Harper’s Bazaar, September 1986. Clothing by Michael Kors.
+
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Luca Zanier
Corridors of Power


Via
+
eyecurious:

Three recent arrivals: one book from Japan, Atsushi Fujiwara’s Butterfly Had a Dream; one which takes place in Japan, IPG Project (Yoshi and Tamara Kametani)’s Sumimasen booklet; and one inspired by the words of a Japanese photographer, Stefan Vanthuyne’s The Hill That Wasn’t. 
+
icpbardmfa:

juanadescribes's solo show opening reception, this upcoming April 24th! at our ICP-Bard MFA Studios in Long Island City, 24-20 Jackson Avenue, 3rd Floor, from 6pm-9pm. 
Not to be missed!
+
chronicleofhighered:

Check out these photos taken by Bryan Thomas for The Chronicle from a wonderful shoot on Nell Irvin Painter. Dr. Painter is a former star historian and retired professor from Princeton University who has put down her pen and taken up a paintbrush.  
chronicleofhighered:

Check out these photos taken by Bryan Thomas for The Chronicle from a wonderful shoot on Nell Irvin Painter. Dr. Painter is a former star historian and retired professor from Princeton University who has put down her pen and taken up a paintbrush.  
chronicleofhighered:

Check out these photos taken by Bryan Thomas for The Chronicle from a wonderful shoot on Nell Irvin Painter. Dr. Painter is a former star historian and retired professor from Princeton University who has put down her pen and taken up a paintbrush.  
chronicleofhighered:

Check out these photos taken by Bryan Thomas for The Chronicle from a wonderful shoot on Nell Irvin Painter. Dr. Painter is a former star historian and retired professor from Princeton University who has put down her pen and taken up a paintbrush.  
chronicleofhighered:

Check out these photos taken by Bryan Thomas for The Chronicle from a wonderful shoot on Nell Irvin Painter. Dr. Painter is a former star historian and retired professor from Princeton University who has put down her pen and taken up a paintbrush.  
chronicleofhighered:

Check out these photos taken by Bryan Thomas for The Chronicle from a wonderful shoot on Nell Irvin Painter. Dr. Painter is a former star historian and retired professor from Princeton University who has put down her pen and taken up a paintbrush.  
+
White coconuts… Who knew? #nofilter #wholefoods
+
killeryellow:

Matt Lipps
killeryellow:

Matt Lipps
+
hyperallergic:

Michelle Ku, ”The Wave” (2014)
made from Book of British Towns 
+
tumblropenarts:

Ken RokoSeaside 02: Giclee Fine Art Print 13X19Please Check out more images from Etsy.com:https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/krokoart?section_id=12480058
+
dynamicafrica:

A combination of two photographic series by Free State, South African photographer Mamaki Rakotsoana.
"The Warrior and the Princess" and "The Troop Leader" are both concepts birthed from her imagination as a way of fusing fashion with tradition, and fiction with reality, hence the studio set up.
Visit Mamaki Rakotsoana’s blog.
dynamicafrica:

A combination of two photographic series by Free State, South African photographer Mamaki Rakotsoana.
"The Warrior and the Princess" and "The Troop Leader" are both concepts birthed from her imagination as a way of fusing fashion with tradition, and fiction with reality, hence the studio set up.
Visit Mamaki Rakotsoana’s blog.
dynamicafrica:

A combination of two photographic series by Free State, South African photographer Mamaki Rakotsoana.
"The Warrior and the Princess" and "The Troop Leader" are both concepts birthed from her imagination as a way of fusing fashion with tradition, and fiction with reality, hence the studio set up.
Visit Mamaki Rakotsoana’s blog.
dynamicafrica:

A combination of two photographic series by Free State, South African photographer Mamaki Rakotsoana.
"The Warrior and the Princess" and "The Troop Leader" are both concepts birthed from her imagination as a way of fusing fashion with tradition, and fiction with reality, hence the studio set up.
Visit Mamaki Rakotsoana’s blog.
dynamicafrica:

A combination of two photographic series by Free State, South African photographer Mamaki Rakotsoana.
"The Warrior and the Princess" and "The Troop Leader" are both concepts birthed from her imagination as a way of fusing fashion with tradition, and fiction with reality, hence the studio set up.
Visit Mamaki Rakotsoana’s blog.
dynamicafrica:

A combination of two photographic series by Free State, South African photographer Mamaki Rakotsoana.
"The Warrior and the Princess" and "The Troop Leader" are both concepts birthed from her imagination as a way of fusing fashion with tradition, and fiction with reality, hence the studio set up.
Visit Mamaki Rakotsoana’s blog.
dynamicafrica:

A combination of two photographic series by Free State, South African photographer Mamaki Rakotsoana.
"The Warrior and the Princess" and "The Troop Leader" are both concepts birthed from her imagination as a way of fusing fashion with tradition, and fiction with reality, hence the studio set up.
Visit Mamaki Rakotsoana’s blog.
+
Photographer Sonia Louise Davis and I are about to start our artist talk moderated by Renee Cox at Corridor Gallery 334 Grand Ave in #Brooklyn #NYC til 6pm - come on by!  (at Corridor Gallery)
+
futurephar0ahs:

Ancestors