K for Kaleidoscope
Looking through my kaleidocscope.
K for Kaleidoscope
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moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
moarrrmagazine:

Fragment, by Matthias Heiderich (Berlin, Gernany)
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typostrate:

Hair Alphabet
There are only few people who know what to do with their long hair. One of them is Shurong Diao from design student from New York. Her idea was to make an alphabet inspired by the movement of ink. She experiment with woman’s body gesture and hair to capture the moment and situation. This is the result. Have fun watching!
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Hair Alphabet
There are only few people who know what to do with their long hair. One of them is Shurong Diao from design student from New York. Her idea was to make an alphabet inspired by the movement of ink. She experiment with woman’s body gesture and hair to capture the moment and situation. This is the result. Have fun watching!
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Hair Alphabet
There are only few people who know what to do with their long hair. One of them is Shurong Diao from design student from New York. Her idea was to make an alphabet inspired by the movement of ink. She experiment with woman’s body gesture and hair to capture the moment and situation. This is the result. Have fun watching!
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Hair Alphabet
There are only few people who know what to do with their long hair. One of them is Shurong Diao from design student from New York. Her idea was to make an alphabet inspired by the movement of ink. She experiment with woman’s body gesture and hair to capture the moment and situation. This is the result. Have fun watching!
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Hair Alphabet
There are only few people who know what to do with their long hair. One of them is Shurong Diao from design student from New York. Her idea was to make an alphabet inspired by the movement of ink. She experiment with woman’s body gesture and hair to capture the moment and situation. This is the result. Have fun watching!
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Hair Alphabet
There are only few people who know what to do with their long hair. One of them is Shurong Diao from design student from New York. Her idea was to make an alphabet inspired by the movement of ink. She experiment with woman’s body gesture and hair to capture the moment and situation. This is the result. Have fun watching!
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Hair Alphabet
There are only few people who know what to do with their long hair. One of them is Shurong Diao from design student from New York. Her idea was to make an alphabet inspired by the movement of ink. She experiment with woman’s body gesture and hair to capture the moment and situation. This is the result. Have fun watching!
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typostrate:

Hair Alphabet
There are only few people who know what to do with their long hair. One of them is Shurong Diao from design student from New York. Her idea was to make an alphabet inspired by the movement of ink. She experiment with woman’s body gesture and hair to capture the moment and situation. This is the result. Have fun watching!
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style-trek:

MARINE
style-trek:

MARINE
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type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
type-lover:

When I’m aloneby Serene Yap
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wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: I Fought the Law by Olivia Locher
With her ongoing series ‘I Fought the Law’ Olivia Locher depicts North America’s most unusual laws.
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wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: I Fought the Law by Olivia Locher
With her ongoing series ‘I Fought the Law’ Olivia Locher depicts North America’s most unusual laws.
Read More
wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: I Fought the Law by Olivia Locher
With her ongoing series ‘I Fought the Law’ Olivia Locher depicts North America’s most unusual laws.
Read More
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Clarity Haynes
Clarity Haynes a Brooklyn-based painter, focuses on non-traditional images and ideas of womanhood, beauty, sexuality and gender expression.‘The Breast Portrait Project’ also explores illness, aging, mortality and the shifting nature of the body. Clarity explains: “I am interested in the many ways the body changes throughout a lifetime, and in the ways in which we create and change our bodies”.


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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Clarity Haynes
Clarity Haynes a Brooklyn-based painter, focuses on non-traditional images and ideas of womanhood, beauty, sexuality and gender expression.‘The Breast Portrait Project’ also explores illness, aging, mortality and the shifting nature of the body. Clarity explains: “I am interested in the many ways the body changes throughout a lifetime, and in the ways in which we create and change our bodies”.


Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Clarity Haynes
Clarity Haynes a Brooklyn-based painter, focuses on non-traditional images and ideas of womanhood, beauty, sexuality and gender expression.‘The Breast Portrait Project’ also explores illness, aging, mortality and the shifting nature of the body. Clarity explains: “I am interested in the many ways the body changes throughout a lifetime, and in the ways in which we create and change our bodies”.


Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Clarity Haynes
Clarity Haynes a Brooklyn-based painter, focuses on non-traditional images and ideas of womanhood, beauty, sexuality and gender expression.‘The Breast Portrait Project’ also explores illness, aging, mortality and the shifting nature of the body. Clarity explains: “I am interested in the many ways the body changes throughout a lifetime, and in the ways in which we create and change our bodies”.


Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Clarity Haynes
Clarity Haynes a Brooklyn-based painter, focuses on non-traditional images and ideas of womanhood, beauty, sexuality and gender expression.‘The Breast Portrait Project’ also explores illness, aging, mortality and the shifting nature of the body. Clarity explains: “I am interested in the many ways the body changes throughout a lifetime, and in the ways in which we create and change our bodies”.


Website
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inspired by (x) and (x)

inspired by (x) and (x)