I would feed it.
Alexander James - Glass, 2012
“In this new body of work I explore a process formulated in the studio that naturally removes all the pigment from the capillaries in rose petals. It is a complex procedure that over a period of days replaces the pigment with highly purified water leaving behind only the skeletal fibre and plant structure visible; all while the plant still lives and grows.
These beautifully detailed and painterly photographic works are captured underwater and presented ‘as shot’ without the use of post production either traditional or digital.
From the outset I wanted to take this instantly recognisable subject and re-present it in an entirely new and significant way. Originality of process is paramount, even with something as common place as a rose.”
Oscillate. Sierra says the project was an attempt “to visualize waveform patterns that evolve from the fundamental sine wave to more complex patterns, creating a mesmerizing audio-visual experience in which sight and sound work in unison.”
at first i giggled and kept scrolling, then i went back up the page paused for a moment to look at her face, with absolutely no intention to reblog!…..then i saw the guy was playing x box too…threw my hands up and said “NOPE!!! this is going on my page right now!”
If I were a Walrus and you found me, what would you do with your new found Walrus?
How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
A lot of wood
in your pants.