Jessica Fenlon, 2013.
“I’m portrait-ing living makers because I find something really electric about people who are making in the ‘same present’ … honoring the difference of their view and how it makes my life richer and contributes something ineffable to “us”
The front entrance to Asheville High School, run through a “fake HDR” effect in GIMP and glitched with Ruby. Today I found out that there are 25 homeless students attending this school, and none of them are eligible for the district’s lunch program because they don’t have addresses.
Tatyana @fazlalizadeh’s wheat paste showed up in flickr group “Chicago Street Art” — WOMEN ARE NOT OUTSIDE FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT
Charis Tsevis. Skull Evolution. Mosaic illustration for May 2011 cover of Discover magazine.
untitled (something about time 203) on Flickr.
selected from a test batch of images … hand-drawn frames photographed & altered digitally
Penny Sisto was born in the Orkney Islands off the northern tip of Scotland. As a health worker for the British Ministry of Overseas Development, she utilized her skills as a midwife and aided in health clinics for the Maasai, LuBukusu and Kikuyu tribes of East Africa.
During this time, Penny combined the embroidery, applique and quilting techniques she learned from her grandmother with the beading and collage methods of her African friends.
Ms. Sisto says, “I have little or no formal education, my Granny taught me to sew and read by the soft light of a kerosene lantern at the age of three. The nuns taught me to embroider, the Maasai taught me to crochet, and to revel in color.