Quite possibly the hottest picture I’ve ever seen 😍
THEY’RE COVERING P!NK BYE
more Ghost Girls
Lately I’ve been having intense issues with art block that just won’t go away, which is really badly timed since I’m also having a hard time with life in general and feel like I need art to distract me. But it’s not really happening. Then I got sick and stayed away from work this past week and decided to use my time to finally create again. These two new dolls are the result. I used a much messier technique of dollmaking, much less intricate joint work and less parts (than on my earlier dolls [doll tag]), which makes them less flexible in use and limited in dressing or photography angles. But it allowed me to finish both of them in more or less 3 days (of straight work, literally didn’t even leave my appartment). It felt good. I feel like I needed that for my sanity, sort of.
I also reached a whole new stage of creepy with them, because, you know, dolls ARE creepy, but these two sitting next to my bed in dim light is pretty freaky. So, I love them very much. xD
I’ll post some more pictures and maybe some process shots too.
Already my favorite Christmas present (from myself to myself duh) arrived today. They’re beautiful and I can’t wait to read them. #threebooksset #OnInAt by @teganandsara #boughtsecondhand
To all those in Rochester, New York and those traveling to 98PXY’s Jingle Jam, we are saddened to inform you that Tegan and Sara will no longer be performing on December 3 due to a family emergency.
The show will be continuing on as normal with the remaining bands, and we will post further info for existing ticket holders here, as soon as we have any updates.
(via December Tour Update)
I hope everything will be fine! I’m worried now.
Bryan Tarnowski. Emptied Gestures.
Utilizing her body movements, Heather Hansen creates breathtaking, large scale charcoal paintings. In 2012 she began experimenting with kinetic drawing and has been searching for ways to combine her passion for visual art and dance. The idea for the series ‘Emptied Gestures’ was sparked on a trip to the beach. Whilst dancing on the beach she noticed that the lines carved in the sand by her turns had an interesting quality. She explains her work as follows: ‘Emptied Gestures is an experiment in kinetic drawing. In this series, I am searching for ways to download my movement directly onto paper, emptying gestures from one form to another and creating something new in the process.’