German designer Jule Waibel has created 25 of her gowns for folded Bershka brand in several cities worldwide paper. Jule Waibel product dresses by hand using large sheets of paper printed patterns and then folded into shapes that correspond to the body.
Image source and full article: http://www.fubiz.net/en/2014/04/04/25-dresses-for-25-cities/
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A man goes extreme distances to escape a rather persistent stalker.
While most people have long since abandoned MS Paint as an outdated graphics application, Lasko has spent the last 13 years using the program to digitally create works of art, spending up to 10 hours a day on his work.
Image source and full article: http://www.wired.com/underwire/2013/10/pixel-painter-ms-paint/
2:33 …because when you say, “bitch,” what I hear is “strong” what I hear is “opinionated, outspoken, daring, confident,” because it’s actually what you mean. What you mean is that I’m performing womanhood in a way that goes against the status quo, that calls into question your conformity to hegemonic masculinity, that criticizes your entitlement complex.
The fact that the mere suggestion of “Hey, why don’t we have a black Spiderman?” could rile up such hit-your-face-against-the-deeply-entrenched-racist-wall racism highlights the greater need for diversity in mainstream cinema.
Stated another way…
The Mexican starring a white man (Brad Pitt). No reaction.
The Last Samurai starring a white man (Tom Cruise). No reaction.
The mere hint of a mention just the idea that the next Spiderman might be black and people go bonkers.
Carli captures dogs as they’re shaking off water, but it’s their expressions that make this series truly priceless. As she describes, they’re “images of man’s best friend caught in contortion: hair wild, eyes darting, ears and jowls flopping every which way.”
Click through to see more amazing shaking dog photographs: http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/carli-davidson-shake-book-dogs-motion
This in-depth analysis and first-hand perspective sought to “explore the history of the asexual movement, uncover current research on asexuality, debunk common misconceptions and discuss the challenges the asexual community faces.”
Read full article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/22/asexuality-julie-decker_n_4143239.html