Inspired and Response: Ariel Chiesa's Collages
I don’t know if you remember or saw, but for one of my art projects I collaged contrasting photographs and patterns into one another and as soon as I saw this artist’s work it reminded me of my studies instantly. Here are some of Ariel Chiesa’s work below: Here are a few of the studies I did a while back: I had so much fun doing these, I want to go back to that project...
Inspired: "The Art of Clean Up"
Swiss artist and comedian Ursus Wehrli is famous for his Tidying Up Art books, where he takes famous artworks by the likes of Chagall, Seraut, or Paul Klee, and “tidies” up the images by carefully organizing them into component pieces, or by creating clever infographic-like variations. My favorite: after deciding he can’t completely organize a Jackson Pollock, he simply returns all of the ...
So today was officially the last day of my summer’11… tomorrow comes the stress of meeting deadlines, applying to university, getting the grades for university and a million other things. I really hope the 2011/2012 school year treats me as well as last year… Here are a few memorable snapshots from my amazing summer: ...
I finally made use of my flickr stream… it’s so complicated but i’m sure ill get the hang of it. Add me as a contact if you have one too! :D Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here MDV
Dance Project Concept
I’m super super super excited for a concept I have been researching and contemplating about for almost months now. Since my other passion and hobby is dance, i’ve decided to combine the two by photographing my dancing friends from musicals and classes we’ve been in together. Through the photoshoots I am hoping to show the contrast between the authentic nitty and gritty wet...
Anonymous asked: please share, how did you get your dash to look so sweeeeeeet?
the--nightowl asked: Beautiful blog. What universities are you planning to apply to and you're going into photography, right? xo
Preview of shoot with Karina
Yesterday Karina and I finally decided to shoot after re-scheduling so many times. I have always wanted to do something with fabrics and playing around with the concept of using fabric in different ways, with Karina we decided to wrap the fabric around her face. The netting we used formed some very harsh and structural lines. I also chose a lace fabric, and let the sun shine through it to cast a...
Colour Me In - Kathryna Hancock
“My goal for this shoot was to do something kitschy–with bright colors and lots of patterns. I also wanted to play with androgyny a little bit, so we picked models that would sort of blur the lines.” More of Kathryna Hancock’s work here