Ramona Zordini -"I started this project by chance. I wanted to change something in my life and I started to talk about this subject with a friend of mine. I decided to start taking some pictures of human bodies using water as theatre. I wanted to create something new, giving to the pictures a third dimension. I tried different materials and I chose the elastic textile because it was the best way to put my project into practice. So I started to sew on the printed textile the body’s parts that were literally lifted up out of the water. The physical evolution comes from our states of mind. The memory and the emotional sphere’s evolution are fundamental elements of our self determination. But even if we are sure that we "seize the day" and realise the importance of each second, this moment is already gone, already passed. Each piece of the puzzle needs to be replaced again in a never ending cycle."
Edward Scissorhands, 1990
i love sir patrick stewart more with each passing day.
See, guys. This is how you do it. Notice the words “Not all men are like that” are never spoken.
He knows men are like that
his father was like that to his mother
he has experienced the pain firsthand, of what it’s like when men are like that
and he never wants men to be like that again and he fights tooth and nail against the men who are still like that
And moreover, he acknowledges his privilege [as an older white male who is famous/well known] and uses it to speak up. He knows what he is, and he never has to say he’s not like those men he fights against—he never says it, his actions speak loud enough for everyone else to see it.
Sir Patrick Stewart, everyone.
Dress to Kill Magazine — Madison Avenue