Game of Thrones 90s Era by Moshi Studio
Sometimes I like to think of the 80’s and 90’s as this whimsical fantasy land, filled with giant CD Players, wallet chains, and AOL. Which is to say, a world much like our own, but puffier and more neon. Moshi’s series changes the timeline for Game of Thrones, setting somewhere in the grunge era of Westoros. Prints can be purchased over at Society6.
Amy Stein - Domesticated (2008)
“Within these scenes I explore our paradoxical relationship with the wild and how our conflicting impulses continue to evolve and alter the behavior of both humans and animals. We at once seek connection with the mystery and freedom of the natural world, yet we continually strive to tame the wild around us and compulsively control the wild within our own nature. Within my work I examine the primal issues of comfort and fear, dependence and determination, submission and dominance that play out in the physical and psychological encounters between man and the natural world. Increasingly, these encounters take place within the artificial ecotones we have constructed that act as both passage and barrier between domestic space and the wild.”
14/04/2013: Measuring Up.
Oh my god. His stretchmarks are freakin’ rad!
I’m not sure you understand how important this is to me. I have literally never seen a man with stretchmarks before, so I’ve always been really self-conscious of mine.
so many men have stretchmarks, i know a few guys with deep marks like this persons. very common, dont feel insecure because they are no big deal at all. But, i am glad you got to see this photo because i know how comforting it is to find a photo of something you feel weird about that doesnt seem the norm. :)
These are the kind of stretchmarks that inspire me! When I was a teen I had these all over my boobs and I felt so self conscious.
“The world seems to me increasingly incomprehensible, and there are times when I feel there isn’t anything that I know for certain. For me, making photographs (or painting, or whatever) is necessary to translate the unintelligible reality of being into a more coherent form. Or at least to illustrate my best guesses. There is vastly more nothing in the universe than something, and I try to create images that recognize the grace by which anything at all exists.”
we went upstate and my dog was being a butt and trying to swipe at fish in the lake and she fell in and when we dried her off she was still shivering so i put a sweater on her