TERRA ANNE

"People don't do what they like. They go to school to make their parents happy,when they hate what they are doing. And they work their whole life to finally get money. Then they just realize they're not even happy with it. I think that's generally what our society is messed up from. You've just got to do what you want." - Anthony Pappalardo

chloebeck:

actegratuit:

“During the fall of 2011 I realized that I was interested in turning my cyanotype photographic prints on cloth into skins for sculptures. Using the most basic additive process, I take cardboard, tape and old copies of the New York Times to create the forms. Once finished, these forms are covered with the cloth photographs which are hand sewn onto the piece. My current body of work is interested in exploring the idea of preservation of life through processes of taxidermy or illustration. My response has been to create a faux hand-sewn taxidermy which refuses to be a trophy piece. I want this work to provoke thoughts on our impulse to collect, to re-present and to preserve life past death.”

Tasha Lewis

there’s something so ridiculous about the statement that “old copies of the New York Times” are used. why couldn’t she just say “newspapers” like everyone else? and then there’s the fact that the NYTimes is seen as a shiny beacon of “intellectualness” and pairing it with yourself or your work makes a shiny beacon out of you.

ugh.

Fall Blondes in 2012
“Trust your colorist and let them determine what’s best for you. And don’t forget to maintain the look. Make sure you’re seeing your colorist on a regular basis, even if it is for a slight touch-up. Remember, when you stretch out your appointments the process if more intense and time consuming which results in a higher ticket price. Also look into shampoos that help neutralize the brass and keep you always looking cool.”

Elle Magazine Online - Fall Blondes

Fall Blondes in 2012

Trust your colorist and let them determine what’s best for you. And don’t forget to maintain the look. Make sure you’re seeing your colorist on a regular basis, even if it is for a slight touch-up. Remember, when you stretch out your appointments the process if more intense and time consuming which results in a higher ticket price. Also look into shampoos that help neutralize the brass and keep you always looking cool.”


Elle Magazine Online - Fall Blondes