By Christian Hopkins, this very talented young photographer uses his photography as a true artistic outlet to help with his depression. The whole set of images are just stunning and really draw you in, a perfect example of how art can help a person having a difficult time to express themselves.
Robyn is a Photo-based artist working in Toronto. She received a BFA from Ryerson University and an MFA from York University. She currently teaches in the Photography Dept. at OCAD and Ryerson University. You can find her work in some of the following publications or, if you prefer couch potato learning, you can tune into an episode of “Snapshot” airing on BRAVO and available as a DVD. By posting their fancy logos below, Robyn acknowledges the support of the Toronto, Ontario and Canada Art Councils.
Cedric Laquieze is an artist working out of Amsterdam. I like the idea that Cedric has taken the idea of taxidermy art, and added a different twist to it. The idea of skeleton is a clear link to death, but with the flowers adorning them the idea seems to be softened. It’s also a stronger connection to life; if we did not go through such trouble to embalm and preserve, the bodies we bury would give way to other life such as flowers. (Via)
panty and stocking type magical girl transformations except your weapons are made from internal organs and you have to finish your battle before suffering massive shut down of internal systems
ok so terra!mike who grows flowers