ElliottR

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Twenty, a bit of this and a bit of that, I'm constantly day-dreaming. I currently reside in Perth, the most isolated city in the world, but not for long. Art is my life, bikes are my passion & graphic design is my future. I spend way too much time in my head.

Here's a little slice of it.

devidsketchbook:

HUT “Hermitage” by Ethan Hayes-Chute

Artist Ethan Hayes-Chute lives and works in Freeport, Maine & Berlin, Germany. Through paintings, sculptures, large-scale installations and artist’s books, he explores the ideas of self-sufficiency, self-preservation and self-exclusion as models for living. Hayes-Chute’s hut is an accumulation of stuff, the ephemera of the every day. Its materials are found, stitched together, hand-assembled – chair, desk, table, shaving mirror, and coffee mug furnish the cabin’s primary function to house and sustain.

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kittehkats:

Misao and Fukumaru.  “We will never be apart.”

12 years ago, Japanese photographer, Miyoko Ihara (伊原 美代子) started to take photographs of her grandmother, Misao. Born in 1981 in Chiba (Japan), Miyoko Ihara has studied under Kenji Higuchi (樋口健二), after graduating from the Press Photography Course at the Nippon Photography Institute in 2002. Miyoko is also a member of The Photographic Society of Japan.”

“Under the sun, everyday is a good day. Another good day, Fukumaru”, Misao. Eight years ago, Misao found a odd-eyed kitten in the shed. She named the cat “Fukumaru” in hope that “God of fuku” (good fortune) comes and everything will be smoothed like a “maru” (circle)”.

“We’ll never be apart!”, says Misao to Fukumaru. Both of them live in a tiny world, with dignity, with mutual love. Still today, under the blue sky, Misao and Fukumaro work in the fields and in these natural surroundings, where they shine like the stars.”

Sources: asianoffbeat.com

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Website: whitemanekicat.p1.bindsite.jp

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kylestecker:

A series of 20 Law and Order portraits done for Eye Candy an exhibition of 25 illustrators sponsored by the Society of Illustrators at Fowler Arts Collective.

www.kylestecker.com

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arpeggia:

Photography by NAM (graphic designer Takayuki Nakazawa and photographer Hiroshi Manaka)

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blackblackgold:

David: They really made her… Priest Vito Cornelius: Perfect. I know.

blackblackgold:

David: They really made her… 
Priest Vito Cornelius: Perfect. I know.

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dykesanddykery:

Denise Ho comes out of the closet at gay pride parade

Hong Kong singer Denise Ho declared that she is gay, during a gay pride parade in Hong Kong on Saturday, reported Hong Kong media.Ho is the first mainstream female singer in Hong Kong to have come out of the closet.“I am a ‘comrade’ (A Chinese slang word for “gay”)!” said Ho, whose sexual orientation has long been the subject of speculation. “For many years, when I faced questions from the media, I always felt that sexual orientation is a personal matter, that there is no need to label yourself.“But in 2012, I find that there is still discrimination, prejudice and one-sided opinions in society, so I feel that silence is no longer an option,” explained Ho, who drew thunderous applause from the crowd with her address.


i’m digging the whole comrade thing A LOT

tranqualizer:

dykesanddykery:

Denise Ho comes out of the closet at gay pride parade

Hong Kong singer Denise Ho declared that she is gay, during a gay pride parade in Hong Kong on Saturday, reported Hong Kong media.

Ho is the first mainstream female singer in Hong Kong to have come out of the closet.

“I am a ‘comrade’ (A Chinese slang word for “gay”)!” said Ho, whose sexual orientation has long been the subject of speculation. 

“For many years, when I faced questions from the media, I always felt that sexual orientation is a personal matter, that there is no need to label yourself.

“But in 2012, I find that there is still discrimination, prejudice and one-sided opinions in society, so I feel that silence is no longer an option,” explained Ho, who drew thunderous applause from the crowd with her address.

i’m digging the whole comrade thing A LOT

— 1 year ago with 1768 notes