Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane
One of the most eye-catching artworks at this year’s Burning Man festival was a 55-feet tall sculpture of a woman in a beautifully elegant pose. Truth is Beauty is the second of three sculptures in a series called The Bliss Project by artist Marco Cochrane. Constructed of welded steel rods and balls and covered in stainless steel mesh skin, the massive sculpture had interactive lighting effects that made it constantly change.
Jacob’s Well - Wimberley, Texas
I would absolutely fucking love to try this.
The more I live in a big city the more I want to leave, just like this fella!
Medium is fine tip marker on moleskine.
Thank you for look!
Reminds me of this glorious evening in Paris.
Alexia Webster is a freelance photographer born in Johannesburg and based in Cape Town, South Africa.
Tired of a world where photos are so often taken but so rarely given, we created free outdoor photo studios on street corners around the country.
The images in this series are from five street studios that were set up in Hillbrow in Johannesburg, Woodstock, Blikkiesdorp, Du Noon and Cape Town city center. We invited passing families, individuals and groups of friends to pose at this temporary studio, and they received a free photograph on site to take home with them for their family album.
I CANNOT SCROLL PAST THIS AND NOT REBLOG FUCK HAHHAHAHA
Fresh Face: Soft colorful eyes with “POP” lips
Who says you have to wear neutrals with bright lips?
Just keep things soft and luminous, and you can get away with almost any color.
Here, I’m demonstrating with a soft peachy beige and soft lavender on the lids. I kept the cheeks very luminous and soft (just a radiant pink tinge) and on the lips, I show 2 options that both work with the eye makeup.
Pairing a warmer shade (peach/beige) with a cooler one (soft violet) is a way you can make your eye makeup work with any warm or cool lip color you want.
To prove that, I’ve used 2 lip shades on opposite ends of the warm/cool spectrum!
Base: MAC Face and Body Foundation N2
Concealer: Lancome Le Correcteur Pro concealer palette
Powder: RMK Kaleidoscope powder 02
Brows: VDL Festival Brow Pencil in Grey Brown + Canmake Coloring Brow Mascara 01
Peachy-beige shadow: Urban Decay Moonflower
Violet shadow: Urban Decay ACDC
Metallic brown pencil: Urban Decay Corrupt
Mascara: Maybelline Great Lash in Blackest Black
Soft luminous pink blush: Dior Diorsnow Fresh Cheeks 001 *Asia- and Nordstrom-exclusive
Salmon-coral lips: VDL Festival Lipstick 607 Jared
Matte bubblegum pink: L’oreal Colour Riche Matte in P501 Sakura Petal
Farley Aguilar at Spinello projects at Volta NY 2014 (at VOLTA NY)
Kirsten Dunst at the Vanity Fair’s 79th Academy Awards after party, 2007.