30 July 2012

Mathilde Roussel

These beautiful and delicate sculptures, made of paper and glue, were made by French artist, Mathilde Roussel. Meant to emulate human skin, these folded sculptures serve as a metaphor for everyday human change:
"We imperceptibly change everyday as if we were changing skin. The Mues sculptures make visible this metamorphosis through imprints of a body at the specific time. They are clothing of empty skin that we fold and keep to put on a new one. This skin becomes the trace of the time passing and the memory of an anterior life."
See more on Mathildes website

23 July 2012


From here


"Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray." 

--  Rumi (via visualplaygrounds)

21 July 2012

20 July 2012

Marina Richter

Beautiful imageas by Mariana Richter. See more on her tumblr  and flickr

17 July 2012

oooooooo found the perfect beach towel too!
OK. back to work.
(Source: writingbarefoot)

i've been looking for a new bikini...this ticks all the boxes!
(source: 3blinks)

13 July 2012

“We are each born into a situation—a particular body (its race, sex, health...), a set of ancestors, a community, a nation—and born into the stories told of each of these.”

― Lewis Hyde, Common as Air: Revolution, Art, and Ownership

David Arantes

Love these...
David Arantes