Alexandra Piscupescu Training 

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"I remember working with a law school in which white men heavily dominated the faculty. They used lots of sports metaphors (doing an end run, Monday morning quarterbacking, and so on), with legal jargon thrown in for good measure. I suggested that this was not a particularly welcoming trait in their school, that in fact it was sexist, but they paid little attention. I made my point by speaking for about five minutes in dressmaking terms: putting a dart in here, a gusset there, cutting the budget on the bias so it would be more flexible, using a peplum to hide a course that might be controversial. The women in the room laughed; the men did not find it humorous….Language is power, make no mistake about it. It is used to include and exclude and to keep people and systems in their places."

- Frances E. Kendall, Understanding White Privilege (via nadashannon)

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Julie Bergez by Ewa Figaszewska

Things I am into:

-her shape(s)

-dat knee hyperextension in her needle

-also that costuming and rope what conceptual circus photoshoots yisss

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Ole Ukena, “Cher/Chair/Share” (2011).

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Surgically Altered Ceramics by Beccy Ridsdel

UK-based artist Beccy Ridsdel creates fun yet strangely macabre interventions where ceramics have been surgically altered to reveal additional layers of detail. Where the metaphor of surgery might normally evoke blood and guts, Ridsdel instead reveals further floral patterns inside bone china plates and cups. The pieces are part of an ongoing examination regarding the perception of ceramics as craft or art. You can see more of her work over on Facebook and she has a few pieces for sale in her shop. (via Slow Art Day)

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I guess why not? Random nudity is never anything but fun, right?


I guess why not? Random nudity is never anything but fun, right?

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Surreal furniture by Lila Jang

The strange and surreal furniture designer and Korean artist Lila Jang, who in his last series likes to twist and distort the classic French furniture of the 18th century. Lila Jang studied design and Fine Arts in Paris in Seoul, and has already participated in numerous exhibitions worldwide.


Glitchcraft yessssss.

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Jacob Sharpe at the Christmas Cabaret, 2013 (image courtesy of Inept Gravity Photography)

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