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Part of an apple and orange (a not so still life) study Be yourself, the orange has wanted to fit in for so long taking to disguising it’s self as an apple. The skins coming off, time to be accepted for who/what it is. Apt in all walks of life.
FLESH runs at The Brick Lane Gallery: 11th–17th May, 1pm-6pm. Private View: 12th May 2010, 6pm – 8pm, by invitation only. Of ‘Flesh’ Broadbent says, “When human matter is crammed into a confined space, it exudes a spiritual yearning which, when that constraint is removed, can get dissipated in limited objectives or simple aimlessness – the physical constraint being replaced by a mental one”. Head over to The Bricklane Gallery’s [...]
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httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsC3MwK2fhQ Spotted over at Juxtapoz: “JR’s highly anticipated debut feature film Women Are Heroes will have it’s world premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The legendary French photographer has been working on the film for the past two years.” The trailer speaks for itself. This looks like it will be a powerful film to shed some light on stories we often don’t get to hear about from our “media”. [...]
I spotted this one over at ILoveGraffiti and had to spread the love: After 800 photographs, 9 hours work and 5000 meters Maser walked 3.1 miles to paint this piece. Photography and Editing by Albert Hooi Painting by Maser
Photo taken by: Scott Simon The homie D How from switchflip took this dope shot in front of an LOD piece in downtown Los Angeles. If you’re not up on the LOD crew, get familiar here. And while you’re at it, check out the switchflip blog….its freshnerd approved.