Leland Bobbe

Five For Friday #18

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“The things that make me different are the things that make me.”  – A. A. Milne

Leland Bobbe

“These images are part of an ongoing series of portraits of Drag Queens in half drag.” Leland Bobbe  says about his latest project, which capture both sides of some of New York’s drag queens. “With this series my intention is to capture both the male and the alter-ego female side of these subjects in one image. Through the power of hair and makeup these men are able to completely transform themselves and find their female side while simultaneously showing their male side. These are composed in camera and are not two separate images joined together.”  [via thaeger]


Zoltan Bekefy Zoltan Bekefy

On the hottest day of the summer, I find myself drawn into these wonderful winter images by Zoltan Bekefy. [via Faith is Torment]


Phone Booth Phone Booth

Call Parade is an ongoing public art project which is, shockingly, being sponsored by a phone company. Brazilian telecommunications firm, Vivo, gave 100 different artists 100 different phone booths around the country letting them create whatever they could come up with. [via This is Colossal]


Stephen Wiltshire Stephen Wiltshire

Stephen Wiltshire is an amazing artist. Born mute and diagnosed with autism, he lived in his own world until he began to communicate through his drawings. Gradually, with the help of his teachers, he did learn to speak, but he did not stop drawing. He has an incredible ability to look at a subject once (sometimes for just a few minutes) and reproduce it with detailed accuracy. [via Wave Avenue]


Vassilis Tangoulis Vassilis Tangoulis

To prepare you for your weekend and help you forget the stresses of your week, I suggest you head on over to look at Vassilis Tangoulis‘ portfolio. It will take you to another place. [via inspire first]

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