Piss Colored Fleece
Photographer, poet, philosopher. Adam Wulfmeyer lives in Cincinnati, OH with a dog named Drake.

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Piss Colored Fleece
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misologos:

Oleg Korolev
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vomitus-creeper:

Me (Teale Coco) for Faint Magazine 
Issue, Dream Anatomy |March 2013|
Photographer: Luzena Adams
Makeup: Andi Conventon
Stylist: Alexandre Dubois
vomitus-creeper:

Me (Teale Coco) for Faint Magazine 
Issue, Dream Anatomy |March 2013|
Photographer: Luzena Adams
Makeup: Andi Conventon
Stylist: Alexandre Dubois
vomitus-creeper:

Me (Teale Coco) for Faint Magazine 
Issue, Dream Anatomy |March 2013|
Photographer: Luzena Adams
Makeup: Andi Conventon
Stylist: Alexandre Dubois
vomitus-creeper:

Me (Teale Coco) for Faint Magazine 
Issue, Dream Anatomy |March 2013|
Photographer: Luzena Adams
Makeup: Andi Conventon
Stylist: Alexandre Dubois
vomitus-creeper:

Me (Teale Coco) for Faint Magazine 
Issue, Dream Anatomy |March 2013|
Photographer: Luzena Adams
Makeup: Andi Conventon
Stylist: Alexandre Dubois
vomitus-creeper:

Me (Teale Coco) for Faint Magazine 
Issue, Dream Anatomy |March 2013|
Photographer: Luzena Adams
Makeup: Andi Conventon
Stylist: Alexandre Dubois
vomitus-creeper:

Me (Teale Coco) for Faint Magazine 
Issue, Dream Anatomy |March 2013|
Photographer: Luzena Adams
Makeup: Andi Conventon
Stylist: Alexandre Dubois
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vicemag:

Weegee’s Pre-Photoshop Darkroom Distortions, from the VICE 2014 Photo Issue
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architktr:

Landscape Futures Super-Workshop / Rina Kukaj
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buffalo-divine-eden-no7:

The Wolf’s Reflection. David John Dietrich
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collective57:


Joshua Miels “is a contemporary portrait artist who looks to capture the vulnerability of people and the emotions that people try to hind from others. Spending countless hours adding layer upon layer of paint Joshua produces artworks that are not only striking but deep and powerful. Painted with predominantly oil paint, each piece start off with a subject, but with a large amount of experimentation, each art piece has its own journey on how its get from start to finish. The Artworks challenges viewers to draw upon there own emotions and personal experiences. How each piece is interpreted differs from person to person, there is no right or wrong way to interprets these artworks.”
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plethmag:

DIY Painting. By Tanga
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The artist exists because they, themselves, are not perfect.  
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philip akkerman
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