Monday, 7 September 2009
Snip Snip Snip
Looking at a back issue of View on Colour, Issue 17, I came across these images of hair that send appetizing signals out of perverse cravings for tactility and vibrant hues. My conflicting responses and thought processes are beginning to deconstruct surface application in a less literal sense, creating my own laws of aesthetics. Here I can begin to apply an understanding that looks at geometry, proportion, and ratio in relation to gravity and extreme colour.
This photo of Gemma Ward trimming her fake eyelashes is also fascinating.
Posted by faceculture at 17:51