Liqen aka Liqen Jakala (b. 1980, Vigo, Galicia, Spain) - 1: Tea Time, 2013 Etchings 2: The Golden Cage, 2013 Drawings: Pen 3: Taco Family Street Arts 4: An Anthropoilogical and Transhuman Study on Germination, 2014 Drawings: Ink on Paper 5: Mural San Basilio, Roma, 2014 Street Arts
'John' who works at sea as a dockworker came into dry dock(which means it was locked up, water pumped out, and left high and dry on blocks) to carry out refit and repairs.
Next to the ship he worked on, was a military frigate being broken down for scrap and when all of it was done, she was left to her fate.
Once all the sensitive stuff had been removed, the dock workers were free to go on. The dock foreman, ‘John’ went on board first with a camera to take pictures of work areas. He took a couple of hundred all in all. The picture on top was one of the ones he took. The area where this picture was taken was in a cross alley way, deep inside the ship. He was going around with a torch and a camera. When he’d go to take a picture, he would turn off the torch (leaving him in total darkness) snap the shot, turn the torch back on and be on his way.
He had no idea who the man in the picture was(the only thing he knew was that he wasn’t one of the dockworkers), as there was supposed to be nobody on the ship. The bottom picture, which is a more cleaned up picture of the one on top shows that the man had an axe.
He doesn’t think it was a ghost, but a man with an axe seems a lot scarier anyway.
where is the gif of the woman running i need it now
Fernanda Veròn (Argentinian, b. 1978, based Rome, Italy) - Totemika Hunabu Collage from Aker: Divinity And Children, 2012 Collage
Thomas Brummett - The Infinities (of Earth and Heaven)
“I combined disparate elements such as mold grown in my studio, stars downloaded from robot cameras in space, snowflakes captured on a winter’s night, to magnolia trees blooming in spring. At the heart of these images are unique camera-less Light Projections which I devised for this project. This series is about my ideas of Infinity.”
If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things through narrow chinks of his cavern.
Rosângela Rennó - Vulgo (Alias) (1998)
"These photographs originated from glass negatives in the Sao Paulo Penitentiary Archive, Brazil, which were identification photographs of prisoners, taken between 1920 and 1940.
Archives particularly interest Rennó because they are stored testimonies and traces of a past that is kept locked and forgotten most of the time, as are prisoners.
Rennó’s photographs are recovered fragments from a decaying prison archive which highlights the gaps in memory and the history of those prisoners.”