I laughed too loudly at this
ive come here to receive a rub
Coco Rocha photographed by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello
god damnit Mars, mystifying me one picture at a time
The Art of Juan Cabana
This post was recommended to me by a follower of mine!
All of it really is intriguing
In 2001, he came across a tiny, Japanese mermaid constructed from wood and paper — reminiscent of the Fiji mermaids, created thousands of years ago in Japan and China.
He was inspired by that to make his new creations.
He enjoys the art but he strongly believes that mermaids could have been real at one time.
He won’t reveal his techniques, explaining only that he typically starts with a human skeleton replica or animal and fish bones, and molds the mermaid with whatever parts and skins he gets from the market.
Occasionally he’ll use baboon skin and parts, as they come with small humanlike hands and miniature skulls. A vendor in Africa sells him the parts, he says.
You can visit his official site here
He has sold some of pieces for $10,000
As a blogger I find those who panhandle online a bit rude, considering how much hard work other bloggers put into their sites who don’t go around asking for things. More than likely this is fucking spam however.
The Photos Disney Characters Would Take If They Had Instagram Accounts by Simona Bonafini
Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.
Jade Burial Suit, 4248 Jade Pieces Connected by Gold Wire (Western Han, 206 BCE - 8 CE)