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June 17 2017

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June 14 2017

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June 11 2017

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June 08 2017

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Flamboya, Viviane Sassen

Flamboya is the first comprehensive catalogue to feature the independent work of Dutch photographer and Prix de Rome winner, Viviane Sassen.

Instagram.com/WeTheUrban

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Julius Klever, Woman on the Road, 1887
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June 04 2017

The Color Thesaurus

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All from Ingrid’s Notes on Wordpress, direct link here.

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June 01 2017

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May 31 2017

Giants: A Black and White Series Captures the Complexity of the Humpback Whale

Over the last three years photographer Jem Cresswell has photographed humpback whales during their annual migration to Vava’u, Tonga, swimming with the great creatures in the vast waters of the southern Pacific Ocean. Cresswell’s series Giants captures the individual personality of the great whales, each of which seem to pose specifically for his underwater camera.

“I was initially drawn to the whales’ gentle nature, sheer size and the feeling of insignificance in their presence,” said Cresswell. “Over the past 3 years returning to Tonga, I have sought to capture intimate portraits of these complex and conscious animals, bringing the viewer into the world of these mystical giants.”

In addition to being intrigued by the animals’ size, the Australian-based artist is also fascinated by their brains. In 2006, spindle cells, which were only thought to be present in humans and great apes, were also found to exist within the brains of humpback whales. These cells, which are tied to social organization, empathy, and intuition, were found to be more than three times as prevalent in humpback whales than they were in humans.

This sense of humanness is one of the reasons that Cresswell chooses to shoot his underwater subjects in black and white. “The main focus of the project concerns the whale’s sense of character and consciousness,” he explained to Colossal. “To me, black and white avoids distraction and draws the viewer directly to the subject. Black and white also has a sense of timelessness to it, which I feel represents how long these creatures have been around for.”

Cresswell will continue photographing humpback whales in the future, but at the present he is taking a break to work on a new series focused on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. You can get a behind-the-scenes perspective of Cresswell’s underwater shoots on his Instagram and in the short video below. (via My Modern Met)

 

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May 29 2017

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May 28 2017

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This is an actual real statute on Mexico Puerto Vallarta amazing and real.

It’s a chair, no less, so that one can relax by the seaside and comfortably contemplate the dread mysteries of the fathomless deeps and the monstrous and vast intelligences that dwell therein.

When you see the whole thing it’s less threatening.

https://www.wired.com/2007/02/the_strange_lov/

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