Jelle Rietveld

youmightfindyourself:

Before  going to sleep Jen and I used to ask each other what the best and worst  part of the day was. Usually the best part was something like, “When  you walked by me and ran your fingers through my hair,” or, “When we  were at the hospital and you held my hand.” The day after we found out  Jen’s liver was failing we came home with Hospice Care and spent the  evening with family and friends. That night, as we lay next to each  other for possibly the last time, I asked Jen what she loved the most  about that day. Jen thought for a minute then turned and, looking deeper  into my eyes than ever before, Jen said, “I Loved it all.”

The Battle We Didn’t Choose

ART: Changing Time (3D) by Ramona Zordini

"I started this project by chance. 
I wanted to change something in my life and I started to talk about this subject with a friend of mine.

I decided to start taking some pictures of human bodies using water as theatre. 
I wanted to create something new, giving to the pictures a third dimension.”

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wired:

emmastraub:

Watch this cat spend more time in a swimming pool than I have all summer. 

Curses! Foiled again!

wired:

emmastraub:

Watch this cat spend more time in a swimming pool than I have all summer. 

Curses! Foiled again!

ruineshumaines:

2012 Holi Festival of Colors at Spanish Fork, Utah.

Photographed by Thomas Hawk | On Flickr.

You can watch the video here and find some related post here and here.

claralieu:

Unknown I, lithographic crayon on Dura-Lar, 48” x 30”, 2009
This series of drawings presents the most severe form of isolation as loneliness that is experienced when physically surrounded by other people. This is a specific form of loneliness that is involuntary and imposed upon by others, creating a state of discontent characterized by bitterness and a sense of punishment. The presence of others is what can heighten and intensify the experience of loneliness for an individual.  These works depict figure groups wading in an infinite and undefined body of water.  I visually portray loneliness as the experience of feeling unseen and unknown within a group.
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claralieu:

Unknown I, lithographic crayon on Dura-Lar, 48” x 30”, 2009

This series of drawings presents the most severe form of isolation as loneliness that is experienced when physically surrounded by other people. This is a specific form of loneliness that is involuntary and imposed upon by others, creating a state of discontent characterized by bitterness and a sense of punishment. The presence of others is what can heighten and intensify the experience of loneliness for an individual.  These works depict figure groups wading in an infinite and undefined body of water.  I visually portray loneliness as the experience of feeling unseen and unknown within a group.

claralieu.tumblr.com

www.claralieu.com

www.claralieu.wordpress.com

www.facebook.com/claralieu

www.flickr.com/photos/claralieu

www.twitter.com/claralieu

www.pinterest.com/claradolly