Tag : fotografii

letha wilson fotografie scultpura(inedit) Fotografiile-sculpturi captivante ale artistei Letha Wilson

(inedit) Fotografiile-sculpturi captivante ale artistei Letha Wilson

text de Eliza Manolescu

Arta fotografica ne permite sa privim lumi necunoscute din canapeaua relaxanta din living. Dar adancimea senzoriala experimentata de spectator nu este niciodata o sculptura, un mediu care este prezent, fizic, captivant si cu un impact puternic, invitand atingerea si chiar evocand sunetul. Asa se definesc si sculpturile fotografice ale Lethei Wilson.

Artista de origine americana incearca sa transforme imaginile plate in obiecte sculpturale, estompand linia dintre fotografie si natura. Fotografiile sale de relief si instalatiile specifice locatiei se invart in jurul relatiei dintre arhitectura si natura.

Lucrarile sunt imbogatite de stropi de beton, taieturi si pliuri, ce lasa impresia de crestaturi si cavitati. Cu straturi sau baze in beton, piesele lui Wilson exprima contrastul dintre interventia manuala si subiectul original al amprentelor, in timp ce texturile finale au o legatura cu peisajul natural.

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daniele-barresi-food-carving-22(foto) Daniele Barresi -sculpturi in mancare

(foto) Daniele Barresi -sculpturi in mancare

Daniele Barresi este un tanar italian (26 ani) care traiete in Sidney si care a devenit celebru in lumea intreaga pentru sculpturile sale in legume si fructe.

Lucararile sale sunt foarte spectaculoase, dar pentru cineva care a mancat prin restaurantele comuniste in anii 80, ele au asa o nota nostalgica (cu arome de panica). Si pe bucatarii romani ii mai apuca decorari artstice in ceapa sau pepene, diferenta intre ei si Daniele e cam ca intre arta si kitsch.

Iata cateva dintre lucrarile lui Daniele, restul le puteti gasi pe pagina lui de instagram.

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alexconu-novapix-95foto Alex Conu – Cand tehnologia se ridica la rang de arta apar proiecte spectaculoase.

foto Alex Conu – Cand tehnologia se ridica la rang de arta apar proiecte spectaculoase.

Unul dintre fotografii pe care eu ii apreciez foarte mult, Alex Conu (am fotografii de-ale sale inramate acasa) are o expozitie speciala saptamana aceasta pe 20 mai, in cadrul evenimentului Noaptea Muzeelor.

Stirea e frumoasa, dar nu asta e totul. Alex locuieste la capatul celalalt al pamantului – in Norvegia, a plecat din tara ca sa-si urmeze pasiunea, sa fotografieze astrele. Are o serie spectaculoasa cu Aurora Boreala, una dintre fotografiile din serie a si fost premiata international, si pe aceasta o aduce acasa la 2 ani de la plecarea sa din tara.

Si, desi avem povestea unui tanar care si-a urmat visurile si a reusit, nu doar asta e intamplarea frumoasa pe care vreau sa vi-o spun.

Detaliile din spatele expozitiei sunt asa: pentru ca si publicul din Romania sa se poata bucura de fotografiile sale si sa le sa poata vedea in culorile lor adevarate, LG Romania i-a propus lui Alex Conu sa organizeze impreuna o expozitie eveniment in Noaptea Muzeelor, punandu-i la dispozitie cel mai spectaculos dintre televizoarele sale, noua gama LG OLED 4K, un televizor care are o tehnologie care se numeste OLED  – control la fiecare pixel, tehnologie care conform testelor internationale reda cel mai profund negru si cea mai realista si intense paleta de culori.

Povestea expozitiei lui Alex la Bucuresti e despre a-ti urma visul, a face lucrurile atat de bine si de frumos, incat esti validat nu doar de premiile internationale, ci si de mari branduri care te ajuta sa arati lumii munca ta.

Nu stiu daca vor fi si filmulete din noptile cu Aurora Boreala, realizate de Alex, pentru ca ar fi foarte interesant dat fiind faptul ca LG OLED 4K are un sistem de sunet surround foarte spectaculos care ar putea crea efect de sala de cinema si-am fi cu toti transportati in locurile magice surprinse de Alex. Dar asta vedem la expozitie.

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Daca sambata iesiti la noaptea Muzeelor va rog tare sa nu ocoliti si expozitia lui Alex Conu realizata in parteneriat cu LG Romania, de la Arcub Gabroveni. Incepe la ora 19 si o sa va intalniti si cu Alex acolo.

Puteti vedea mai multe detalii pe pagina evenimentului www.lgoled.ro/eveniment dar si pagina de facebook a evenimentului (https://www.facebook.com/events/1883084311966496/) .

Eu una abia astept sa-l revad si sa-l felicit pentru cum isi traieste viata. Si pentru cum ne arata noua lucrurile frumoase din natura.

foto: Alex Conu

 

 

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carriefisher22(inedit) 25 de fotografii rare de la filmarile primului Star Wars facute publice de interpretul lui Chewbacca

(inedit) 25 de fotografii rare de la filmarile primului Star Wars facute publice de interpretul lui Chewbacca

Actorul care s-a aflat sub masca celebrului personaj Chewbacca din Star Wars, Peter Mayhew, i-a adus un omagiu emotionant actritei Carrie Fisher care a decedat in urma cu cateva zile ca urmare a unui atac de cord.

Peter facut publice o parte din fotografiile realizate in anii 70 pe platourile de filmare de la Star Wars, fotografii rare si unice care nu au facut parte din comunicarile catre presa la vremea respectiva.

Un rasfat pentru fanii Star Wars.

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Karl Lagerfeld  70Fotografii inedite cu artistii anilor 50 – viral in Franta

Fotografii inedite cu artistii anilor 50 – viral in Franta

Frank Hovat un fotograf de origine italiana (in ciuda numelui) care are 88 de ani si care si-a desfasurat o mare parte din activitate in lumea modei si a mondenitatilor pariziene a facut publice inainte de sfarsitul lui 2016 cateva fotografii inedite de la sfarsitul anilor 50.

In ele apar in instantanee din culisele vietii lori artisti pe care francezii i-au iubit foarte mult – de la Edith Piaf sau Josephine Baker si  Alain Delon pana la designerii Karl Lagerfeld sau Yves Saint Laurent, foarte foarte tineri:)

Iata cateva dintre fotografiile care au trezit nostalgii francezilor si au devenit virale in Franta

Alain Delon

Alain Delon

Charles Aznavour

Charles Aznavour

Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel

Edith Piaf

Edith Piaf – Paris

 

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Edith Piaf

Josephine Baker
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Yves Saint Laurent
Yves Saint Laurent

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Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilCum se vad turistii din perspectiva obiectivelor turistice?

Cum se vad turistii din perspectiva obiectivelor turistice?

Sunt fotografiate de milioane de ori pe an, sunt parte din istoria lumii, dar daca ar fi fost persoane, cum s-ar fi simtit obiectivele turistice?

Cum se vede lumea din perspectiva lor ?

Fotograful Oliver Curtis a realizat un proiect care sa raspunda la aceasta intrebare, dar care sa si dea o noua perspectiva asupra unor monumente istorice.

Timp de 4 ani s-a plimbat prin toata lumea si a realizat 24 de fotografii din perspectiva unor monumente faimoase.

De la Statuia Libertatii din New York si pana la Mona Lisa sau statuia lui Iisus din Rio d Janeiro.

Iata mai jos cateva dintre ele, restul pot fi vazute pe site-ul lui Oliver, aici

Angel of Independence, Mexico City, Mexico

Angel of Independence, Mexico City, Mexico

Iisus, Rio de Janeiro

Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Lincoln memorial, Washington
Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., USA

Mona Lisa, louvre, Paris
Mona Lisa, Louvre, Paris, France

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Parthenon, Athens, Greece

Taj Mahal, India
Taj Mahal, Agra, India

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Ozfan22-haistyles-60s-1FOTO- Coafurile liceenilor din anii ’60

FOTO- Coafurile liceenilor din anii ’60

Text de Raluca Antuca

Mă gândeam zilele astea cum va fi privită moda peste vreo 50 de ani. Poate copiii mei vor râde cu gândul la părul colorat într-o culoare foarte excentrică sau se vor speria de trendul unghiilor puse cu gel. Sunt unele trenduri care rezistă în timp și altele care marchează o anumită etapă din evoluția modei și felului în care oamenii încearcă să fie mai frumoși decât sunt.

Așa că mi-am amintit de coafurile anilor ’60, în care cuvântul cheie este “tapare”. Aceste fotografii vintage au fost realizate de fotograful Ozfan22 pentru albumul anual al liceenilor din California.

Inspirate de sex simbolul acelor ani, Brigitte Bardot, fetele preferau să dea atât de mult volum părului, încât mă sperie ideea de a purta o astfel de coafură în zilele noastre.

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This-Photographer-Is-Spreading-Disney-Magic-With-Clever-Paper-ArtFotograful care aduce un omagiu poveștilor Disney

Fotograful care aduce un omagiu poveștilor Disney

Text de Raluca Antuca

Cred că fiecare fotograf își dorește ca oamenii să le recunoască imaginile de îndată ce le văd. Asta înseamnă ca ei să-și fi format un stil propriu, pe care lumea îl apreciază și îl asociază imediat cu numele lor.

Rich McCor este tipul de fotograf care reușește acest lucru, pentru că el dă magie imaginilor sale prin niște elemente cheie. În majoritatea seriilor fotografice, el folosește forme de hârtie pe care le amplasează inventiv în imagini.

În ultimul proiect, el face puțină magie Disney în diferite părți ale lumii, dar și în locurile în care s-au născut poveștile atât de îndrăgite. Pentru moment fotografiile aduc un tribut lui Peter Pan, Nemo, Frumoasa și Bestia, Cocoșatul de la Notre Dame, însă aștept cu nerăbdare să văd cum reinterpretează și alte povești Disney!

Aici găsiți contul lui de Instagram!

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1460727783-insta-colouringAcum poți să-ți faci carte de colorat cu fotografiile de pe Instagram

Acum poți să-ți faci carte de colorat cu fotografiile de pe Instagram

Text de Raluca Antuca

Pentru că Instagram este aplicația mea preferată, sunt foarte atentă de fiecare dată când cineva vorbește despre cele mai noi update-uri sau când descopăr vreun proiect creativ.

Cum am aflat că îți poți transforma fotografiile de pe Instagram în cărți de colorat, m-am gândit să vă spun și vouă!

Această inițiativă s-a născut din dorința unui tip pe nume Cory Will de a avea o carte de colorat personalizată. Nu a găsit niciun loc de unde să cumpere, așa că s-a gândit să facă chiar el una. A apelat la ajutorul unui prieten care deține un magazin specializat, iar cartea lui de colorat a făcut furori. Toți prietenii lui și-au dorit una, astfel încât Cory s-a decis să creeze un website unde oamenii pot încărca fotografiile de pe Instagram pentru cartea lor.

Proiectul a prins foarte bine la public, pentru că la scurt timp de la lansare a primit deja comenzi din USA, Australia și UK.

Color Me Book se poate face aici la prețul de 25 de dolari sau poți cumpăra o carte de colorat la 15 dolari.

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peacock-9-768x512Cum se vede o pană de păun la microscop?

Cum se vede o pană de păun la microscop?

Text de Raluca Antuca

Îmi aduc aminte fascinația mea din copilărie, atunci când profesoara de biologie a adus un microscop în clasă, eveniment destul de interesant față de orele în care se preda și se asculta. Minunatul obiect, care ridica multe sprâncene și făcea ca toți copiii să chicotească, a trecut din bancă în bancă, alături de o plăcuță pe care se afla un fel de substanță. S-au auzit mulți de „ce tare!”, „uu!”, „când îl mai aduceți?”, iar impresia generală a fost că la o privire apropiată, nimic nu este ce pare a fi.

Mi-ar fi plăcut mult să-l iau acasă și să văd cu zoom mâncarea mamei, bluza preferată sau chiar degetul meu atunci când mă răneam. Dar acest lucru nu s-a întâmplat și a trebuit să mă mulțumesc cu fotografiile de pe internet, uneori spectaculoase, alteori plictisitoare.

De această dată am descoperit o serie de fotografii în care o pană de păun a fost așezată dedesubtul lentilei. Deși nu pare a fi ceva interesant, imaginile lui Waldo Nell atrag atenția instant. Folosind un microscop Olympus BX 53, fotografiile din articol sunt realizate din alte sute de imagini. Procesul se numește photo stacking și presupune mai multe fotografii făcute la puncte focale diferite unite pentru a da o viziune de ansamblu.

La acest zoom, pana de păun pare a fi mai mult decât ceva care crește organic pe aripile unei păsări. Nuanțele de culori și texturile îmi amintesc de bijuterii, eșarfe sau alte obiecte rafinate.

Nell nu este fotograf profesionist, ci un inginer pasionat de natură, tehnologie și știință din Canada. El reușește să îmbine aceste domenii în această serie foto. Enjoy!

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neoclassical-thierry-bansront-topFotografiile inspirate de mișcarea Neoclasicismului

Fotografiile inspirate de mișcarea Neoclasicismului

Text de Raluca Antuca

NEOCLASSICAL se numește seria de fotografii făcute de Thierry Bansront, un fotograf francez talentat, care se inspiră din picturile clasice pentru a crea aceste portrete captivante.

Mulțumită unei îmbinări de lumină și culoare, dar și compozițiilor gândite dinainte, el reușește să redea o atmosferă clasică și să aducă un tribute frumuseții feminine.

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mimi_brune13Fotografiile de pe Instagram care seamană cu picturile cu natură statică

Fotografiile de pe Instagram care seamană cu picturile cu natură statică

Mi se pare foarte interesant cum arta evoluează odată cu mediul online. Desigur că unii cârcotași ar spune că nici măcar nu este vorba de artă (poate chiar așa e), dar nu poți nega frumusețea unor proiecte care aduc pictura sau alte arte în zilele noastre, aproape de mediul virtual și rețelele de socializare, unde găsești cea mai mare creativitate.

Am descoperit un cont de Instagram @mimi_brune, fascinant prin aranjamentele pe care Alya Galinovskaya (ah, fotografii ruși și talentul lor!) le face cu flori sau mâncare. Ca un Cezanne al zilelor noastre, fotografiile ei îmi amintesc de picturile cu natură statică.

Ea folosește orice colțișor din casă pentru a-l transforma și a-i da viață. Compozițiile ei sunt absolut geniale, căci toate elementele se îmbină perfect, iar cromatica îmi dă o senzație foarte cozy, adică un sentiment de „acasă”.

Acest proces de a crea un un microunivers într-un singur cadru a determinat-o pe Alya să dezvolte proiectul pe Instagram, locul perfect pentru fotografiile artistice.

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Farouk James 7Farouk James – un baietel special si o poveste despre parenting

Farouk James – un baietel special si o poveste despre parenting

Farouk James este un baietel care are 4 ani si … un par foarte foarte cret si nabadaios.
Plus o mama foarte inteligenta si empatica.

Mama s-a gandit inca de cand pustiul era foarte mic “imi frustrez copilul pentru ca are acest par sau ii arat ca e foarte normal si e foarte frumos asa cum e el? si ca nimic nu e rusinos la un om?”

Asa a transformat parul nabadaios al fiului ei intr-un brand. Pustiul face reclame de la 9 luni, e deja in toate revistele mari din lume si e o vedeta pe instagram.

Mama povesteste ca e o adevarata aventura sa-l duca in parc pentru ca pentru o plimbare de 15 de min are nevoie de mai mult de o ora intrucat pustiul e fotografiat, lumea sta de vorba cu el si il complimenteaza.

Dincolo de faptul ca pustiul e evident ca are charisma, ideea mamei de a-l creste fara nicio inhibitie si modul in care a gasit calea sa faca asta (foarte adaptat cu lumea in care pustiul traieste) e o minunata lectie de parenting.

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Towel Series- Vedetele pozează pentru Mario Testino doar în prosop

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Cea mai recentă serie de fotografii a lui Testino nu este doar un hashtag pe Instagram, ci reprezintă o revelație a artistului, care are o poveste în spate.

Atunci când s-a hotărât să se apuce de social media, adică să-și facă un cont pe Instagram, Mario Testino a fost pus în dificultate de ceea ce urma să posteze. Nu voia să facă parte din categoria puștanilor de 20 de ani care merg la petreceri foarte des, își fotografiază mâncarea și se pozează în cel mai cool outfituri.

S-a gândit să se axeze mai mult pe munca lui de fotograf, deci avea dor trei variante. Fie se uita în arhiva lui de fotografii și posta acele imagini pe care oamenii le-au uitat sau care sunt iconice, fie posta lucrările lui prezente, fie folosea Instagram pentru a arăta lumii ce apreciază el din punct de vedere estetic.

Însă după câteva săptămâni de folosire a aplicației, la finalul unei ședințe foto cu Kate Moss, i-a venit o idee care a lansat #TowelsSeries. După ce au fost realizate fotografiile, Kate a făcut un duș, căci mergea la un eveniment imediat după. Când a ieșit într-un halat de baie și cu un prosop pe cap, Mario s-a gândit cât de frumoase sunt femeile în această ipostază și cât de multă lume și-ar dori să o vadă chiar pe Kate Moss după duș, doar într-un prosop.

Atunci a realizat prima fotografie pentru Towels Series pe Instagram. El spune că într-un prosop ești îmbrăcat, dar și dezbrăcat în același timp. Și tind să-i dau dreptate, pentru că această ipostază intima nu dezvăluie prea mult, ci atât cât trebuie pentru a ne arăta o altă latură a vedetelor.

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2016sonyworldphoto1FOTO- Sony World Photography Awards 2016

FOTO- Sony World Photography Awards 2016

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Ediția de anul acesta a premiilor Sony World Photography este una record, pentru că 230.103 de imagini s-au înscris de pe tot globul, în cele trei categorii- Professional, Youth și Open.

De când a fost lansată competiția, peste un million de fotografii au fost înscrise, iar anul acesta 270 de fotografi din 60 de țări participă, creând o diversitate culturală impresionantă. Pe 21 aprilie vom afla câștigătorii din fiecare categorie, de la această competiție foarte faimoasă în acest domeniu.

Le ținem pumnul celor patru români (Remus Țiplea, Oana Stoian, Ammon Gutman, Laurian Ghinițoiu) care se află pe lista scurtă! Mai jos aveți o galerie de imagini înscrise, care fascinează prin inedit și compoziție.

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[caption id="attachment_43093" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Every year in the month of January few lacks of devotee come to Gangasagar fair in West Bengal. It is the 2nd largest fair of India. Captured the devotees while they worship sun just after their bath. Every year in the month of January few lacks of devotee come to Gangasagar fair in West Bengal. It is the 2nd largest fair of India. Captured the devotees while they worship sun just after their bath.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43094" align="aligncenter" width="721"]A fisherman is farming the sea in between the bamboo rods constructed for aquaculture off the coast in southern China. A fisherman is farming the sea in between the bamboo rods constructed for aquaculture off the coast in southern China.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43095" align="aligncenter" width="721"]A boy creatively made a LOVE shape at the River of Tukad Yeh Unda in Klungkung Sub-District, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia. A boy creatively made a LOVE shape at the River of Tukad Yeh Unda in Klungkung Sub-District, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43096" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Reindeer farmer kids in Mongolia Reindeer farmer kids in Mongolia[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43097" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Series of wildlife images taken in Masai Mara reserve in Africa Series of wildlife images taken in Masai Mara reserve in Africa[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43098" align="aligncenter" width="721"]These images were created for the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago's Adaptive Sports Program and the RIC Hornets wheelchair basketball team. These images were created for the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago’s Adaptive Sports Program and the RIC Hornets wheelchair basketball team.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43099" align="aligncenter" width="721"]A feral child is one which has lived isolated from human contact, often from a very young age. As a result the child grows up with little or no experience of human care, behaviour or language. Some were cruelly confined or abandoned by their own parents, rejected perhaps because of their intellectual or physical impairment, or the parent's belief that this was the case. In other instances the loss of both parents was the cause. Others ran away after experiencing abuse. Yet more ended up in the wild and were "adopted" by animals as a result of a wide variety of circumstances  getting lost, being taken by wild animals, etc. Documented cases of feral children are geographically spread over four continents, and vary in age from babies taken by wild animals up to eight year olds. Of course, these cases are only known of because the child survived. It is not difficult to think that there are probably untold cases where the outcome was less favourable.As a mother of two young boys I was appalled and intrigued in turn when I first learned about feral children. My initial reaction was to think how parents could either neglect or lose their child. My maternal instinct goes into overdrive when I consider these young people experiencing their lives alone or in the company of wild animals. Then I consider and admire the fortitude they must have shown to survive such isolation and extreme circumstances. In any of the circumstances that I have read about, it completely overwhelms the boundaries of my comprehension. However, I have risen to the challenge of trying to capture my thoughts photographically about the isolation under which these youngsters found themselves, wondering at the same time if those living in the companionship of wild animals were perhaps better off than those whose young lives were spent with no companionship at all. I chose 15 cases to portray, these range from a girl who as a toddler was confined by her parents to a potty chair for ten years to that of a baby boy who was stolen by a leopardess and found three years later in the company of her and her latest cubs. My idea was not to replicate the exact scenes, but to interpret and duplicate the feelings and actions of each feral child living their experience. Some spent most of their time indoors, even in close proximity to or inside human habitation. Yet others spent the duration of their feral life outside, exposed to the elements, depending on their own ability and that of their wild companions for shelter and food and water, not to mention constantly having to avoid danger and health problems. Life is complex, for some more than others, even when we are considering a normal human life. Its complexity varies from one part of the globe to the other. In considering feral children, who are fully human, at least at the start of their lives, how can we not look at my images and question and wonder about the tenacious survival instincts of these 15 human beings. A feral child is one which has lived isolated from human contact, often from a very young age. As a result the child grows up with little or no experience of human care, behaviour or language. Some were cruelly confined or abandoned by their own parents, rejected perhaps because of their intellectual or physical impairment, or the parent’s belief that this was the case. In other instances the loss of both parents was the cause. Others ran away after experiencing abuse. Yet more ended up in the wild and were “adopted” by animals as a result of a wide variety of circumstances getting lost, being taken by wild animals, etc. Documented cases of feral children are geographically spread over four continents, and vary in age from babies taken by wild animals up to eight year olds. Of course, these cases are only known of because the child survived. It is not difficult to think that there are probably untold cases where the outcome was less favourable.As a mother of two young boys I was appalled and intrigued in turn when I first learned about feral children. My initial reaction was to think how parents could either neglect or lose their child. My maternal instinct goes into overdrive when I consider these young people experiencing their lives alone or in the company of wild animals. Then I consider and admire the fortitude they must have shown to survive such isolation and extreme circumstances. In any of the circumstances that I have read about, it completely overwhelms the boundaries of my comprehension. However, I have risen to the challenge of trying to capture my thoughts photographically about the isolation under which these youngsters found themselves, wondering at the same time if those living in the companionship of wild animals were perhaps better off than those whose young lives were spent with no companionship at all. I chose 15 cases to portray, these range from a girl who as a toddler was confined by her parents to a potty chair for ten years to that of a baby boy who was stolen by a leopardess and found three years later in the company of her and her latest cubs. My idea was not to replicate the exact scenes, but to interpret and duplicate the feelings and actions of each feral child living their experience. Some spent most of their time indoors, even in close proximity to or inside human habitation. Yet others spent the duration of their feral life outside, exposed to the elements, depending on their own ability and that of their wild companions for shelter and food and water, not to mention constantly having to avoid danger and health problems. Life is complex, for some more than others, even when we are considering a normal human life. Its complexity varies from one part of the globe to the other. In considering feral children, who are fully human, at least at the start of their lives, how can we not look at my images and question and wonder about the tenacious survival instincts of these 15 human beings.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43100" align="aligncenter" width="721"]The Pools series is a study of water, one of the most precious resources for life on our planet. The artistic approach of photographer Stephan Zirwes is to show how the important resource is in contrast between being the consummate location for entertainment and the incredible waste of drinking water “not only for being used in private pools but also the trend to privatise what is a public asset and use it for commercial reasons. Public pools can still be a symbol for the importance that water should be free accessible to everyone. The clean formal language and the simple design of the pictures focus our interest on this newsworthy issue with elegance and almost playful. A deep dive into the blue as Zirwes copied parts of the original pool tiles and enlarged them in a simple, visible way to create a kind of mount in patterns. The Pools series is a study of water, one of the most precious resources for life on our planet. The artistic approach of photographer Stephan Zirwes is to show how the important resource is in contrast between being the consummate location for entertainment and the incredible waste of drinking water “not only for being used in private pools but also the trend to privatise what is a public asset and use it for commercial reasons. Public pools can still be a symbol for the importance that water should be free accessible to everyone. The clean formal language and the simple design of the pictures focus our interest on this newsworthy issue with elegance and almost playful. A deep dive into the blue as Zirwes copied parts of the original pool tiles and enlarged them in a simple, visible way to create a kind of mount in patterns.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43101" align="aligncenter" width="721"]open air open air[/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_43104" align="aligncenter" width="721"]A country named after a desert. One of the least densely populated places on earth. Defined by its rich variety of colors yet in a forever changing, yet completely barren landscape. Namibia's landscape draws you in, through a vast brown plain of scorched earth, and steers you over the white surface of a salt pan to finally arrive in the gold tones of the sand dunes. Patience is required to discover the wide range of Namibia's subtle scenery. It literally takes you hours, driving though nothing, to at long last arrive at...more of nothing. The sight of other people is rare and only the strategically located gas stations are a reminder of the world beyond. This country is in another time zone—time seems to move slower but it feels more logical, somehow. Captivated by these washed out yet delicately colored landscapes, you can drive for hours. Chaperoned by herds of giraffes or zebras, shadowed by flocks of flamingos, suddenly stumbling upon a family of elephants. The animals look up curiously, but soon forget about you and slowly continue their journey, unhurried by your presence, at their own pace. - Maroesjka Lavigne A country named after a desert. One of the least densely populated places on earth. Defined by its rich variety of colors yet in a forever changing, yet completely barren landscape. Namibia’s landscape draws you in, through a vast brown plain of scorched earth, and steers you over the white surface of a salt pan to finally arrive in the gold tones of the sand dunes. Patience is required to discover the wide range of Namibia’s subtle scenery. It literally takes you hours, driving though nothing, to at long last arrive at…more of nothing. The sight of other people is rare and only the strategically located gas stations are a reminder of the world beyond. This country is in another time zone—time seems to move slower but it feels more logical, somehow. Captivated by these washed out yet delicately colored landscapes, you can drive for hours. Chaperoned by herds of giraffes or zebras, shadowed by flocks of flamingos, suddenly stumbling upon a family of elephants. The animals look up curiously, but soon forget about you and slowly continue their journey, unhurried by your presence, at their own pace. – Maroesjka Lavigne[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43105" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Four centimeters of mightyness that moves slowly and unrelentless on a tree, while the moon rises on the background. The rhinoceros beetle is a nocturnal insect, during the day they stay safe under the cortex of the trees and with the summer they become very active flying at dusk to find a mate. Four centimeters of mightyness that moves slowly and unrelentless on a tree, while the moon rises on the background. The rhinoceros beetle is a nocturnal insect, during the day they stay safe under the cortex of the trees and with the summer they become very active flying at dusk to find a mate.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43106" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Lesvos, Greece Oct. 18, 2015. A mother and child  wrapped in an emergency blanket after disembarking on the beach of Kayia, on the north of the Greek island of Lesvos. Lesvos, Greece Oct. 18, 2015. A mother and child wrapped in an emergency blanket after disembarking on the beach of Kayia, on the north of the Greek island of Lesvos.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43107" align="aligncenter" width="721"]In the migratory season, there's still some people to catch the migratory birds by erecting the net in order to get a large profits although the government have prohibited to do that. Thousands of migratory birds are killed each year, and the ecological balance is destroyed deeply. Day by day, the ultimate victims will be the man himself. I wish these photos can play a role for the protection of migratory birds. In the migratory season, there’s still some people to catch the migratory birds by erecting the net in order to get a large profits although the government have prohibited to do that. Thousands of migratory birds are killed each year, and the ecological balance is destroyed deeply. Day by day, the ultimate victims will be the man himself. I wish these photos can play a role for the protection of migratory birds.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43108" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Underwater image of Norwegian company TGS Nopec conducting seismic blasting off northeast Greenland, firing airguns that emit 259 decibel blasts towards the seabed in order to find possible oil reservoirs. Above water, this sound intensity would be perceived by humans as approximately eight times louder than a jet engine taking off. Global oil companies including BP, Chevron and Royal Dutch Shell all own drilling rights in the Greenland Sea and are the likely customers for the data uncovered by the seismic testing company. A Greenpeace expedition onboard the icebreaker Arctic Sunrise is currently documenting the seismic testing fleet, which plans to complete 7,000km of ‘survey lines’ of the seabed in the high Arctic, between 75 and 80 degrees north. According to a new scientific review, seismic blasting is ‘alarming’ and could seriously injure whales and other marine life in the Arctic. Underwater image of Norwegian company TGS Nopec conducting seismic blasting off northeast Greenland, firing airguns that emit 259 decibel blasts towards the seabed in order to find possible oil reservoirs. Above water, this sound intensity would be perceived by humans as approximately eight times louder than a jet engine taking off. Global oil companies including BP, Chevron and Royal Dutch Shell all own drilling rights in the Greenland Sea and are the likely customers for the data uncovered by the seismic testing company. A Greenpeace expedition onboard the icebreaker Arctic Sunrise is currently documenting the seismic testing fleet, which plans to complete 7,000km of ‘survey lines’ of the seabed in the high Arctic, between 75 and 80 degrees north. According to a new scientific review, seismic blasting is ‘alarming’ and could seriously injure whales and other marine life in the Arctic.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43109" align="aligncenter" width="721"]A worker walks through farm fields in Los Banos, California, United States, May 5, 2015.  California water regulators on Tuesday adopted the state's first rules for mandatory cutbacks in urban water use as the region's catastrophic drought enters its fourth year. Urban users will be hardest hit, even though they account for only 20 percent of state water consumption, while the state's massive agricultural sector, which the Public Policy Institute of California says uses 80 percent of human-related consumption, has been exempted. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY      - RTX1BQUX A worker walks through farm fields in Los Banos, California, United States, May 5, 2015. California water regulators on Tuesday adopted the state’s first rules for mandatory cutbacks in urban water use as the region’s catastrophic drought enters its fourth year. Urban users will be hardest hit, even though they account for only 20 percent of state water consumption, while the state’s massive agricultural sector, which the Public Policy Institute of California says uses 80 percent of human-related consumption, has been exempted. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY – RTX1BQUX[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43110" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Almeria (Spain) Almeria (Spain)[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_43111" align="aligncenter" width="721"]The season of a firefly comes around in Japan at the beginning of a rainy season. This firefly is a species called Luciola parvula, and repeats blink. [Hime-HOTARU] Call a firefly in Japan. This species flies in the beautiful forest. In particular, the firefly in bamboo forest is valuable. The population of these firefly decreases every year in Japan. These may be influence by environmental destruction. This picture was taken under a little moonlight. The season of a firefly comes around in Japan at the beginning of a rainy season. This firefly is a species called Luciola parvula, and repeats blink. [Hime-HOTARU] Call a firefly in Japan. This species flies in the beautiful forest. In particular, the firefly in bamboo forest is valuable. The population of these firefly decreases every year in Japan. These may be influence by environmental destruction. This picture was taken under a little moonlight.[/caption]278855-1156280

[caption id="attachment_43113" align="aligncenter" width="721"]August 5, 2015 in Yushu, China. Tibetan nomads face many challenges to their traditional way of life including political pressures, forced resettlement by China's government, climate change and rapid modernization. The Tibetan Plateau, often called "the Roof of the World," is the world's highest and largest plateau. August 5, 2015 in Yushu, China.
Tibetan nomads face many challenges to their traditional way of life including political pressures, forced resettlement by China’s government, climate change and rapid modernization. The Tibetan Plateau, often called “the Roof of the World,” is the world’s highest and largest plateau.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43114" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Taken under a bridge in Belgium in April 2015 with Sony A7II; Zeiss 16-35 Taken under a bridge in Belgium in April 2015 with Sony A7II; Zeiss 16-35[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43115" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Bering sea. Commander islands. Baby fur seal Bering sea. Commander islands. Baby fur seal[/caption] [caption id="attachment_43116" align="aligncenter" width="721"]There are more than 300 people that with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus blue unit, representing 25 different countries and speaking everything from Russian to Arabic to Guarani. A few travel in cars and trailers, but a majority, 270, live on the trains. Most come from multigeneration circus families, to the extent that collectively, the circus staff represents thousands of years of circus history. The men and women all say that only circus people like them can understand the lifestyle. They spend 44 weeks of the year traveling an average of 20,000 miles from coast to coast on a train that is 61 cars ”a full mile” long. It is a life of close quarters and rigorous training, a life that many of the performers began in childhood. Their job is to convince the world that the circus still matters. There are more than 300 people that with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus blue unit, representing 25 different countries and speaking everything from Russian to Arabic to Guarani. A few travel in cars and trailers, but a majority, 270, live on the trains. Most come from multigeneration circus families, to the extent that collectively, the circus staff represents thousands of years of circus history. The men and women all say that only circus people like them can understand the lifestyle. They spend 44 weeks of the year traveling an average of 20,000 miles from coast to coast on a train that is 61 cars ”a full mile” long. It is a life of close quarters and rigorous training, a life that many of the performers began in childhood. Their job is to convince the world that the circus still matters.[/caption]
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cover peretedesign: tu cum asezi tablourile pe pereti?

design: tu cum asezi tablourile pe pereti?

Zilele astea ma lupt cu o adevarata problema de geometrie. Am de umplut o treime dintr-un perete cu tablouri, am cateva tablouri (si mai pot inrama cateva fotografii primite) si caut solutii optime care tina cont si de estetica.

Nu-mi doresc sa transform peretele intr-un altar, bine e destul de greu sa arate a altar pentru ca 3 dintre fotografii (de arta, precizez in avans) sunt cu nuduri de masculine.

Asa am ajuns pe pinterest si am facut o selectie de fotografii care sa ma inspire, ba chiar am gasit si reguli despre geometria aranjarii unor fotografii.

M-am gandit ca e posibil sa va ajute si pe voi, asa ca le pun mai jos.

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longform-16136-1432805885-11Fifty Shrinks- În mintea celor mai faimoși psihoterapeuți

Fifty Shrinks- În mintea celor mai faimoși psihoterapeuți

Text de Raluca Antuca

Într-un domeniu în care toată energia se concentrează pe pacient și pe nevoile lui, psihologul renunță la propria persoană pentru a se concentra pe acea persoană din fața lui. El pune întrebări, analizează răspunsuri și trage concluzii, pentru a ajuta viața sufletească a unui om.

Cu gândul la această meserie plină de momente semnificative, psihoterapeutul Sebastian Zimmermann a realizat proiectul Fifty Shrinks, care constă în cadre cu psihoterapeuți în cabinetele lor particulare.

Proiectul a început în 2001 și a durat 13 ani, timp în care Sebastian a fotografiat colegii de breaslă, manifestându-și interesul pentru psihiatrie și fotografie.

Însă după câteva cadre, el și-a dat seama că ar fi bine să redea și frânturi din conversațiile fascinante pe care le-a avut cu experții în psihologie, pentru a avea o imagine de ansamblu. Fiecare fotografie ne arată un om diferit, într-un birou plin de personalitate.

Mi se pare genial cum Sebastian s-a folosit de unghiuri și limbajul trupului, pentru a comunica mai multe despre psihologii în cauză, iar poveștile lor sunt foarte profunde, niște lecții de viață pentru cei pasionați de psihologie.

Dr Robert Porter

“In 1943, I worked as an Army intern at Saint Elizabeths Hospital, a big warehouse, in Washington, DC. In those 
days, we were still using insulin coma and electroshock 
therapy. I also scrubbed for a few lobotomies. I was in
the operating room lining up leucotomies, drilling burr
holes in the skulls. It was a drastic procedure, but we
 were faced with a lot of unremitting, terrible depression, 
and we didn’t have any good medicines then. One time,
 they brought Ezra Pound, the poet who was pro-Nazi. 
They said he was crazy, but they wouldn’t touch him. He
 was too famous.” –Robert Porter, MD

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Martin Bergmann

“I have been an analyst for more than fifty years and I still find it astounding that every patient has something new to communicate. Sometimes I’ll encounter a patient who has so much to convey that it’s bewildering. It is as if an analyst is living not only his own life, but also the lives of countless other people. So I think I am making a bargain with death; I am cheating. I am living more than one life.” –Martin Bergmann, Ph.D.

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Jamieson Webster

“’I imagine a world in which we can change the scale of measurement, not asking what can be hoped for—always an object of calculation—but only ever asking, from where do you hope? Where do you fall down? We all are falling,’ wrote Rilke in his poem Autumn, leaving us with a final question: ‘Is there one whose gentle hands hold up all of this falling?’ This is one of the most powerful questions addressed to psychoanalysts by their patients, as it was addressed to the priests before, in a time when the Creator was thought to hold all in these hands.” –Jamieson Webster, Ph.D.

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Michael Eigen

“There are patients who may start off picking bones with this or that part of my office and why it is that way and what it means about me. One said it was like being in her psychotic mother’s insides and she could not stay and work with me. Another found something wrong with the chair and felt if I could not care for a chair, how could I care for him? Sessions can be magical; mood is everything, transforming inner and outer surroundings. Feeling takes precedence and creates worlds of its own … Many have a hunger for a special kind of contact. It may be our world is starved for it.” –Michael Eigen, Ph.D.

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Pamela Thorp

“I have recently been using EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) as part of my treatment. EMDR theory holds that when a person suffers a trauma, the disturbing memories become trapped in isolated neural pathways of the brain with all the original imagery, beliefs, emotions, body sensations, and sensory stimuli.” –Pamela Thorp, LCSW

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Albert Ellis

“We create the depression and anger we feel by demanding that the universe not be as rotten as it is. The reality is that the whole universe is not rotten nor is all of life rotten. Only certain elements of it are. Accept that along with many good things, bad things exist, change them if you can, and accept what you can’t change. Remember it’s your thoughts that create the way you feel. It’s practically never hopeless. Acceptance is the key.” –Albert Ellis, Ph.D.

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Maria Taveras

“Upon returning to New York from a visit to the Jung Institute of Zurich I had a series of dreams of a woman entwined with serpents that I interpreted as a portent of my need for self-transformation. This corresponds with Jung’s own interpretation of snakes as the harbingers of change. In one of my dreams, a voice commanded me to sculpt these images. I had never before made anything in clay but I listened to my unconscious and have continued to create art to this day. I keep several examples in my office of both my sculptures and paintings.” –Maria Taveras, LSCW

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Dr Otto F. Kernberg

“I mostly treat patients with severe personality disorders where all the adaptations and social interactions of the individual are disturbed. The core symptom is called ‘identity diffusion.’ It refers to people’s inability to integrate their concept of self in relation to others.” –Otto F. Kernberg, MD

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Kirkland C. Vaughans

“My taste is for African art that comes from my Afro-centric perspective. That’s a part of who I am. If a white analyst puts African art in her office, it is perceived as nothing more than good taste. When I choose to display African art, it is interpreted differently, more personally, as an aspect of my identity, which is also true. I can imagine that to some new black patients, their first reaction might be: ‘I want to get out of here. This guy has his black self right up front and out there. I don’t want to deal with the black part of myself. I’d rather go to a white analyst.’ In a way, I’m challenging those patients to respond. It opens the dialogue where I can say, ‘Okay let’s see what we can do with that response,’ and then the real therapeutic work can begin.” –Kirkland C. Vaughans, Ph.D.

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Dr Marsha Rosenberg

“I have a reputation for being able to work with very difficult patients who are referred to me by other practitioners when they cannot handle them any longer. Some of these people are very angry individuals who are quite isolated from society. For example, I was seeing a highly intelligent but aggressively hostile woman who screamed at me every session and even threatened to spill her coffee on my sofa. When I asked her to lower her voice, she yelled, ‘You are my psychiatrist. You need to let me scream at you. That’s what I am paying you for!’ She had never realized that she scared off people—few had ever confronted her.” –Marsha Rosenberg, MD

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William L. Salton

“I once evaluated a boy whose eyes lit up when he saw my castle … He constructed a whole drama of what goes on in the grand hall versus what goes on up in the towers … One of the knights had a drinking problem. In the grand hall, this knight was very, very careful to have just one goblet of wine … You see, what goes on in the towers doesn’t represent the actual figures in the boy’s life; it corresponds to his fantasies. It isn’t real. Children who are traumatized don’t reenact these things word for word, scene for scene. They reenact them in the affect … The child is the director and I’m the producer.” –William L. Salton, Ph.D.

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Donna Bassin

“After the 9-11 attacks, I was called in to consult for the Mayor’s Office to assist moving the city on with mourning … It was emotionally very overwhelming. One night, I had an extremely disturbing dream. I have a dollhouse in my office, and, the next day, I found myself doing play therapy in between patients. I was setting up, feeling very hopeless, and moving the furniture of the dollhouse around. Then, I brought in my pinhole camera and started taking 45-minute exposures … I was making images, trying to cope with what I was feeling. It was self-treatment. There was a lot of talk after 9-11 about how therapists were going to deal with what they witnessed … My art has always been my therapy.” –Donna Bassin, Ph.D.

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Dr Steven J. Lee

“During my training, I had a depressed patient who had relapsed several times on cocaine. One of my supervisors told me that I couldn’t help him until he was serious about staying clean. But he failed to understand that this patient was already serious about staying clean. That’s why he had come in to tell me that he had started to use again. He needed more treatment, not dismissal. Seeing addiction as not so different from high blood pressure let me replace frustration with patience. And I’ve found that just like people with high blood pressure, addicts really do get better.” –Steven J. Lee, MD

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Abby Stein

“The offender was a teenager who stalked, raped, and beat a 71-year-old woman to death with a hammer. He then proceeded to her living room, where he grabbed a snack and watched television. At some point, the teenager performed CPR on the victim and even dialed 911 but hung up before an emergency operator answered. The offender was caught because he had made no attempt to retrieve a medical appointment card that had tumbled out of his pocket during the crime. I don’t believe his case was one of a criminal’s bad luck. In my experience, there is more to the states of consciousness that attend violent crimes.” –Abby Stein, Ph.D.

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Albert J. Sbordone

“When the boy is gay, the father picks up cues that his son is different from other boys. But the father will still probably try to engage him in his own traditional boy interests from when he was the same age. Often that’s not what the gay boy wants to do. They just don’t toss a football around usually. So the father can feel rejected, confused, perplexed, any number of things, and as a result moves away from the boy. The boy will notice that the father has an easier time with his brothers or other boys who are more like the father. The son begins to feel that something is wrong with him. A rift develops between father and son.” –Albert J. Sbordone, MSW, Ph.D.

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barbaradavatz2Proiectul emoționant care ne arată cum timpul schimbă oamenii

Proiectul emoționant care ne arată cum timpul schimbă oamenii

Text de Raluca Antuca

Prin liceu obișnuiam să zic că în fiecare zi sunt alta. Ce-mi plăcea luni, vineri mi se părea deplasat, iar anumite gesturi le făceam în funcție de dispoziția pe care o aveam la momentul respectiv. Abia mai târziu am început să conturez acele principii care mi-au ghidat atitudinile față de tot ce mă înconjoară. Adică am reușit să fiu aceeași… o Raluca autentică, care nu se schimbă după cum bate vântul.

Doar că timpul ne schimbă, fie că vrem sau nu. Ne oferă experiențe care își lasă amprenta asupra noastră, dar ne dă și dreptul de a decide ce vrem de la viață. Uneori luăm decizii bune, alteori greșim și avem regrete.

Am descoperit proiectul foarte emoționant al fotografei Barbara Davatz, în care ne arată cum se schimbă oamenii de-a lungul timpului. Seria de fotografii As Time Goes By a început simplu, cu câteva imagini a 12 cupluri, și a continuat cu altele în care sunt prezenți aceeași oameni, dar în alți ani.

Proiectul a început în anul 1982 și a continuat 32 de ani, până în 2014. Barbara nu s-a gândit inițial la un proiect, însă pe măsură ce anii treceau, i-a venit ideea de a urmări schimbările care s-au produs în viețile celor fotografiați, așa că a deci să continue seria. Unele cupluri au devenit familie, pe când altele s-au destrămat. Pe mine m-a făcut să mă gândesc la oamenii care au trecut prin viața mea și acum nu mai fac parte din gândurile mele, pentru că drumurile noastre au fost diferite. Hmm…

Această colecție de fotografii a căpătat forma unei cărți cu același nume, pe care o găsiți aici.

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Cat Calendar 2016- Fotografiile extravagante ale unei pisici

Text de Raluca Antuca

Chiar atunci când ești convins că nimic nu te mai poate surprinde sau amuza, internetul îți mai aduce din senin câte un artist creativ și un proiect la care nu te-ai fi gândit. Adică idei extravagante sunt multe, dar când le vezi concretizate, te apucă râsul cu gândul la imaginația artistului care a făcut posibil proiectul.

Dacă încă nu aveți calendar pe 2016, vă propun să achiziționați Cat Calendar, în care o pisică de culoare neagră este personaj principal. Fotografa Kate Funk s-a distrat cu aceste cadre haioase și colorate, inspirate din anii ‘80, filme faimoase și astrologie. Pisica devine pe rând vedetă pop, pictor, sirenă sau unicorn, ca și cum ar avea personalități multiple. Sper să vă placă atât de tare, pe cât mi-a plăcut mie.

Calendarul este de vânzare pe Etsy, dar și printuri sunt disponibile.

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02-kt-altuzarraNew York Fashion Week- Fotografii de culise

New York Fashion Week- Fotografii de culise

Text de Raluca Antuca

Întotdeauna mi-a plăcut să urmăresc clipurile sau fotografiile de culise de la orice fel de eveniment, pentru că sunt povești în care munca și distracția se îmbină. Abia în acele fotografii vezi stresul de dinaintea evenimentului și munca celor implicați, dar vezi și fericirea de după, în care selfie-urile și chicotelile sunt nelipsite.

Fotograful Kevin Tachman a surprins momentele de backstage de la New York Fashion Week, evenimentul care face furori în lumea modei. Fotomodelele pozează grațios, au zâmbetul până la urechi și se asortează perfect cu noile colecții ale designerilor, prin makeup și coafuri.

Pregătiți-vă pentru o avalanșă de fotografii în care veți vedea că fiecare vede moda într-un mod diferit. Pentru unii înseamnă eleganță și simplitate, iar pentru alții excentricitate și culori vibrante.

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