My current exciting activity that I’m engaging in! #grandma #crotchet #relaxing
Zara’s first time in the snow! And she LOVES it! #zarathepup #socute
Look what showed up at my doorstep today. I want to frame the scarf! I’m so happy right now ☺️ @audkawa #underthefullmoon #merrychristmas
Brooklyn, New York basd artist Mark Dorf bases his work on contradictions: ethereal versus concrete, transparent versus opaque, synthetic versus natural.
Using digital techniques like photography, collage, 3D rendering, and 3D scanning technology, Dorf builds images with elements from opposing sources.
Artic Wonderland / by Sarah Anne Johnson
Visiting different sites, ranging from untouched vistas of pure landscape to abandoned mining camps, she photographed what she saw. She described the experience as ‘amazing, exotic, breathtakingly beautiful and sublime. After such an experience, one can’t help speculating about the impact we have on this planet.’ Painting confetti, fireworks and banners inhabit the landscapes with ink on her prints, the presents wonderlands that have a double meaning referring to the brilliant beauty of the landscape, but also to the absurdity of how we colonize this place.
I can’t stop staring.