|—||Woody Allen (via wordpainting)|
El 17 de enero de 1706: Nace #BenjaminFranklin, científico y diplomático estadounidense (m. 1790). Inventó el pararrayos y es considerado uno de los padres fundadores de los Estados Unidos.
Heart of Jesus, propitiation for our sins, have mercy on us!
Dwarven Women concepts by Daniel Falconer (DF), William Furneaux (WF), Scott Spencer (SS), and Matthew Rodgers (MR) of WETA Workshop. Most of the women seen above are part of the WETA team or members of the artist’s family.
From the book, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Chronicles.”
thats so fuckin dope
You have no idea how awesome this is to me oh my god let me explain you a thing essential tremor runs in my family and I mean shit I’ve watched my Gramma and her sisters get worse over my lifetime to the point where my Gramma talks really shaky (as does one of her sisters) and won’t get anything that requires a fork or spoon at restaurants because she doesn’t wanna end up a huge mess so I mean shit I really want to get one of these for her now because at least then maybe she won’t be limited to sandwiches when she wants pasta or soup.
I really wish I could have one of these I have a tremor in my arms thanks to my MS (not this bad yet but could get worse) so I would love one of these.
Capturing Aura Portraits with @jalvarezcastillo
For more from Josefina’s #peoplesaura series, follow @jalvarezcastillo on Instagram.
For Buenos Aires art director Josefina Alvarez Castillo (@jalvarezcastillo), creative work is a way to bring out the best in people.
"As a creative director, I work to help people make their businesses shine with ideas and design," she says. "My work consists of making people see the beauty in things—but far more to see their own beauty, learning how to accept and love their inner selves."
With those goals in mind, Josefina created her own series on Instagram, #peoplesaura, where she captures portraits in front of circular objects or designs. As she explains: “The circle behind their head represent their holiness. I believe that we are all saints.”
Want to capture your own #peoplesaura portrait? Josefina has some tips to share:
- "Start looking for circle shapes in the street, your house or wherever you are.
- "If the theme of the aura is related to the personality of the person you are going to shoot, it’s even better!
- "Look out for the symmetry in the composition of your photo and point your camera straight towards the eyes to capture their humanity better."