“When my father got remarried after my parent’s divorce, my mother went through the family albums and cut him out of all of the family photos. Using scissors became too labor intensive, so she switched to white-out.”
Behind The Awkwardness: Whiter Shade Of Pale
I've studied Devan in the process of building this pastel, not only his proportions, and likeness, but his mannerisms; the way he connects to his space. It's a subjective idea and one I have to search for in his body language, through his slightly averted gaze which speaks of internal uncertainty, even while he leans towards our space, extending his hands comfortably. He is a mix of fluctuating emotions, becoming something slightly different each time I look his way, a beautiful boy-man.
Woman Drying Her Foot Edgar Degas (French, Paris 1834–1917 Paris) Date: 1885–86 Medium: Pastel on buff wove paper, affixed to original pulpboard mount Dimensions: 19 3/4 x 21 1/4 in. (50.2 x 54 cm).
Noire by Alexis Marcou, via Behance Noire, Ali Lagarde is a project inspired by Helmet's new magazine that goes with the title "Black Milk" featuring, model Ali Lagarde and photographed by Ned Rogers. The Noire project is a completely new concept that experiments with a new illustration process combining real crystals and hand drawn design in a different level of realism.
A Geometric Approach to Art by Alexis Marcou