graphiteraven:

"The Divine Woman” by Sarah Mattozzi

Series of 16×19″ Van Dyke Brown process prints on Stonehenge Natural paper.

Appropriating a similar aesthetic and symbolism to the turn-of-the-century photographers (Julia Margeret Cameron, Fox Talbot, Clarence Hudson White), my goal was to illustrate/question a few of the prevalent Victorian virtues in regards to women. At the time of early photography, Pre-Raphaelite paintings were reinforcing the mans’ ideal woman, giving art at the time a male gaze. The text is taken directly from Victorian sayings and virtues that originally derived from out of context Biblical passages.


knitpearls:

Because I’m really giddy about this residency, here’s some alt process things I made this summer.

Van Dyke Brown, cut and layered.


hectorgomezdiary:

portrait using cyanotype and vandyke brown photographic processes 

hectorgomezdiary:

portrait using cyanotype and vandyke brown photographic processes 


Traditional first day back to school car selfie. 🍁💜

Traditional first day back to school car selfie. 🍁💜



davidbyrne:

i love laughing about the friend zone because it’s so dumb like you know most of those dudes aren’t even IN the “friend zone” they’re in the “ugh god not this dude again” zone

(via katiespurplecrayon)


They used ‘To Just Grow Away’ by the Tallest Man on Earth for an ad on YouTube and my jaw dropped. Yes, yes, yes. Beautiful song. Lovely artist.


capecrud:

Diane Young by Vampire Weekend

(via fuckyournegativeshit)


So long, Summer 2014…

The strangest summer of my existence to say the least, but hey it was a nice balance of good and weird and firsts and all other things. I also accomplished a lottttt. Ended it watching Top Gun and Divergent while organizing my photos & my hard drives, so that’s not too bad is it?