41 year old Huang Guofu, from Chongqing, China, has learned to master the paintbrush with his mouth and right foot, after he lost both his hands in a childhood accident.
cjwho:Staircase Design by Philip Watts
wearable porcelain outfits made of fragments from the Ming, Qing and Song dynasties.
the link has more pictures, including a model wearing one of his dresses. love the porcelain laurel-esque headpiece.
In her biography, MacDowell states that she’s “collected visual imagery and ideas from [her] travels through Renaissance Italy, Classical and Minoan Greece, Nepal and Thailand,” so it’s no wonder that the Greek mythos seem to play such a large role in her work. The pomegranate made me laugh (and upon checking, it’s also explicitly named Persephone) and i love love love that the Daphne was instantly recognizable and completely modern at the same time.
as for this piece, birds, innards AND it lights up? color me tickled pink! (“safety” the bunny in safety goggles is also unbelievably precious.) speaking of innards, the Rodarte for Target line (with its promising sequin rib cage dress!) is out today!
in a similar vein: one sick Halloween costume. <3
Luzinterruptus’ lighting installation, Madrid
when i was abroad i was a fanatic taking pictures of all the different street lamps, and this installation makes me
wet my pants with unbridled happiness so happy. wish i could’ve seen it in person cause it’s such a strange juxtaposition of something intimate being made public… like beautiful lamp pornography.