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myedol:

Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo

By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are “portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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My husband.
This is him at a RockShox | SRAM event.  He spent the spring, summer, and fall traveling to different ski areas to demo suspension.  He digs it.
But I like him around.
So he’s opened up his own little suspension business much closer to home.  He provides service, custom tuning and on site support for your mountain bike suspension products.
I’m proud of him.  And trilled he’s gonna be around.
http://trailwerkssuspension.com/

My husband.

This is him at a RockShox | SRAM event.  He spent the spring, summer, and fall traveling to different ski areas to demo suspension.  He digs it.

But I like him around.

So he’s opened up his own little suspension business much closer to home.  He provides service, custom tuning and on site support for your mountain bike suspension products.

I’m proud of him.  And trilled he’s gonna be around.

http://trailwerkssuspension.com/

Filed under mountain biking mtb suspension shocks

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devidsketchbook:

FLORAL SKULL LEATHER SCULPTURE

Artist Jacky Tsai - “Born in Shanghai, in 1984, Jacky Tsai came to London after completing a BA at the China Academy of Art to study at Central St Martins, quickly making an impact on the fashion world with his iconic Floral Skull design made for Alexander McQueen.  Tsai’s vision is to create an unique marriage between traditional Eastern craftsmanship with contemporary Western pop art.  His time at McQueen, where he worked in pattern design for the brand, created a fascination with fashion and textiles. Printing his striking images on silk, rather than paper, saw his floral skull image achieve critical acclaim.” (more)