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archiemcphee:

Chinese photographer Jun C elevates humble safety pins into surprisingly expressive anthropomorphic subjects for an ongoing series of photos entitled Brooch. Some appear to sit alone on a chair or at a desk, while others spend time with loved ones.

The pins are carefully bent and positioned in scenes that are wholly familiar to us humans - so much so that the viewer immediately identifies with the little metal subjects on an emotional level. In Jun C’s world, the life of a safety pin has its ups and downs just as it does for any of us.

Visit Jun C’s deviantART gallery to check out more of his work.

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italian-luxury:

Riomaggiore

italian-luxury:

Riomaggiore

aryanightshade:

 

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sorryyouruinedyourself:

anna enola

sorryyouruinedyourself:

anna enola

intooishun:

Fka Twigs by David Burton


Ann Lislegaard, Nothing but Space, 1997

Ann Lislegaard, Nothing but Space, 1997

“There is nothing wrong with acknowledging that we act in the interest of other humans while at the same time protecting the interests of the United States. Perhaps it doesn’t matter why we care, as long as we do.”

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