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Philadelphia based fiber artist Erin M. Riley is tackling taboo issues with her loom. She’s capturing the issues of today’s generation with very old school traditional form of storytelling. Her threads weave together depictions of female sexuality, drug use, birth control, car crashes, selfies, among others. The results of which are breathtaking in a very perverse way - most of the images will make you feel as if you’re sneaking a peek at private photos on someones phone, the element of being privy to what’s going on behind the scene but not being talked about - and at second glance you can’t help but stare in awe at the painstaking efforts that go into her work. 

Erin’s work will be showing at Philadelphia based Paradigm Gallery + Studio from August 30th - October 12th, 2013. Hope you can make it out, these tapestries are sure to stir up a dialogue.


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Bob Dylan reads from T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land.

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Dream in the Forest, 1957. Photo: Ata Kandó

reblogging again; fuck so beautiful 

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Fragmentation Of The Body
By Giron Mathilde

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this series was fun. I remember my tutor tried to get all “damn girl I love your work with feminism what a deep concept” and I was like nah I just like baths and … nipples

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Ariko Inaoka - Erna and Hrefna

Ariko Inaoka is a Japanese photographer who has been documenting two Icelandic identical twins girls, Erna and Hrefna, since they were nine years old in 2009. This yearly project of Ariko’s will be ongoing untill they are sixteen years old. Her intentions are to capture the very precious period of their growth from child to teenager, physically as well as psychologically (via)

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Sanghyuk Yoon. Anxiety, 2012-2013

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