i’m probably gonna delete this but this was almost a year ago now and it was one of the last things i sculpted i’m so sad
why are htese coming out so big??? i dont’ like that
also i’m gonna delete this later but whatevs have fun guys
(they’re supposed to be slugs btw but all their little antennas fell off)
uhhhh i made this clay fawn the other day and people seemed to like it?? i dont’ know, i just never post here anymore so here you go
i hate ellipses and i hate still lives please just kill me now
really quick knees sketch from the same life drawing
uhhh more sketchbook stuff but with more duct tape
uhhh gesture drawings and stuff from my sketchbook i just took somethings out on photoshop though
oh yeah and sorry that you can see through to the other side of the pages
why won’t my background image repeat???? :(
The Dying Mazzini (Mazzini morente). Oil on canvas, 76.5 x 100.3 cm. 1873.
Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s Hustlers series (1990–1992), on view at the David Zwirner Gallery.
Taken just over twenty years ago in Los Angeles in the vicinity of Santa Monica Boulevard, Hustlers is considered to be one of diCorcia’s best-known series. It features male prostitutes posing for the camera for a fee loosely equivalent to what they would charge for their sexual services. DiCorcia paid the subjects with grant money awarded to him by the National Endowment for the Arts.