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2headedsnake:

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Pawel - Fishing with octopus, 2009

The original drawings were made with pencil. The next step was to put the black color on the sketch, with the use of ink and the brush. Colors and textures are made in Photoshop. It was important for me to get the archive retro look because it adds to the melancholic mood of the illustration.

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In honor of the man who made my childhood a happy one. <3

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wintergrey:

James Baldwin on “looting” (via x).

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mudwerks:

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May 1953. “Dancer-actress Gwen Verdon in a hammock wearing a ballgown.” Color transparency from photos taken for the Look magazine assignment “Midsummer Fantasies: How to Keep Cool in a Heat Wave.” View full size.

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"There are only forty people in the world and five of them are hamburgers."

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tsun-zaku:

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TOSHIBA Walky KT-PS9:広告-1986年

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adreianpayne:

yes hello we are open good morning

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benrogerswpg:

Wreckdiving, Photography http://bit.ly/1r4qoV9
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Tom Wood

Men/Women

Before moving to North Wales in 2003, Tom Wood had been photographing the people of his Liverpool neighbourhood for almost three decades. In these two volumes, Wood displays carefully edited photographs taken from his archives filled with artistic chronicles of the lives of men and women. Even though the pictures are not presented in a chronological order, Men and Women ends up being a book saturated with history, showing Liverpool in transition from its industrial past. Never seen without his camera, and constantly moving between different formats and photographic styles, colour and black and white, the Photie Man (as Wood became known locally and as his last book with Steidl was titled) readily mixes images of strangers with portraits of family and friends. Tom Wood was born in 1951 in County Mayo in the west of Ireland. He lived and worked on Merseyside between 1978 and 2003 before he moved to his current home in North Wales. Wood has published numerous books, including Bus Odyssey, People, All Zones Off Peak and Looking for Love. He has had solo and group exhibitions worldwide and his work is part of the collections of major museums. Bradford (22 March to 1 September 2013).

 

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