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Reading the marvelous askspnbbverse, it occurs to me that if people with wings was an actual thing, we would come up with some proper fashion for them. I can’t see a nice three-piece-suit working this way, with the buttons in back, but it’s plenty cute for baby clothes. Probably still wouldn’t be any easier to get Gabe and Balthazar into their clothes, but at least it would fit.
((I AM CRYING THIS IS PERFECT AND SMART AND I JUSTdfgh))
“I Am Who They Were” Necklace by Artist Ashley Gilreath 2011. Read the history behind this amazing piece and see more photos at Ashley Gilreath here. Ms. Gilreath created this necklace by casting dollhouse frames in silver and bronze and printing family portraits directly onto microscope glass.
How would I make a “poor man’s copy” of this? By using dollhouse frames/bezels and taken apart lockets (I could also make the frames by making a polymer clay mold). I would then print out photos on ink jet transparency paper (which I use all the time in my collages).
This is an ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint.