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Artists 'Develop' 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Artists ‘Develop’ 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Artists 'Develop' 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Artists 'Develop' 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Artists ‘Develop’ 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Artists 'Develop' 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Artists 'Develop' 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Artists ‘Develop’ 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Artists 'Develop' 35mm Film Via Their Own Digestive Systems

Current Work - jackie stephens

Current Work - jackie stephens

When You Swallow 35MM Film, Beautiful Things Happen [Luke Evans and Josh Lake via Creative Review]

When You Swallow 35MM Film, Beautiful Things Happen

When You Swallow 35MM Film, Beautiful Things Happen [Luke Evans and Josh Lake via Creative Review]

In her photography series Daré alla Lucé, Canadian artist Amy Friend allows new light to pass through found vintage images by altering the surface with tiny pinholes.

In her photography series Daré alla Lucé, Canadian artist Amy Friend allows new light to pass through found vintage images by altering the surface with tiny pinholes.

THE SEA IN ME by MARZENA SKUBATZ, via Behance

THE SEA IN ME by MARZENA SKUBATZ, via Behance

this whole website rocks.

this whole website rocks.

Humans of New York, Brandon Stanton

Humans Of New York, The Book

Humans of New York, Brandon Stanton

To the street artist known as R1, the city is a living thing and he creates his ‘interventions’ accordingly. The city and its streets are something we interact with each day. R1′s simple interventions reveal our relationship with our urban homes.  Perhaps more importantly, though, it challenges us to interact with the city in an entirely new ways.

To the street artist known as R1, the city is a living thing and he creates his ‘interventions’ accordingly. The city and its streets are something we interact with each day. R1′s simple interventions reveal our relationship with our urban homes. Perhaps more importantly, though, it challenges us to interact with the city in an entirely new ways.

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