kristin nicole browneyes
kristin nicole browneyes
humansofnewyork:

"What do you want most for her?""Before you ask that, you must know what we want for ourselves. Sure we want her to be happy. And to be successful. But for us, above all, it is about serving God."
thedesigncenter:

Floral print on cotton. Late 19th century.
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tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Kevin Corrado
Tumblr: kevincorrado.tumblr.com
Stockholm 1894–2014
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cameramator:

Duel - by Diana Crețu
jennilee:

Excited to launch my edition with New York based Whisper Editions, founded by the lovely Judith Puckett-Rinella, Photography Editor (Previously for Vanity Fair and The New York Times/T Magazine). Check out “Dunlevy Street” and “Starling” here: https://whispereditions.com
"Dunlevy Street" + "Starling"
Gallery C-Print
An extremely limited and exclusive set of two photographs by the fine-art photographer Jennilee Marigomen. One photograph depicts a foggy window in a cafe on an overcast day in Marigomen’s native city of Vancouver, British Columbia. The subtle blend of pastels are echoed in the second photograph, of a small starling whose iridescent feathers seem to glow. Rich in detail, both images are captured with the exacting eye for nuance, color and the magic of the everyday for which Marigomem is fast becoming internationally recognized. Marigomen is an award-winning emerging photographer, and her first book, “Second Nature,” published in 2011 by the Paris-based Je Suis Une Bande de Jeunes, has already been added to the Artist Book Collection at the MoMA Library. Each photograph comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
11” x 16” / Pair - Edition of 20 / Single - Edition of 10
aestheticgoddess:

Source
blackcontemporaryart:

Mickalene ThomasSleep: Deux Femmes Noires, 2012rhinestones, acrylic, oil, and enamel on wood panel108 x 240 x 2 inches274.3 x 609.6 x 5.1 cm
blackcontemporaryart:

Dawoud Bey Carrie I, 1997Photo © MCA, Chicago.