Ephemeral - Skulls & Bones Butterfly, by Laurine Moreau (Fanzine, poster and book here)
"I was tired of working retail, so I lied on my resume and said that I had bookkeeper experience. I learned as much as I could from Google before the job interview, and printed out balance sheets to practice on. After I got the job, I read as much as I could every morning on the train. It was nerve wracking at first, but I presented the numbers at the end of the month, and everything checked out. May not have been the best way to get a job, but hey— I’ve got a son to look out for."
If this person’s boss every finds out, I hope the individual in question gets a fuckin’ raise.
best friend still lists me as my birth name in her phone, 2 years later.
Daddy’s got his work cut out for him.
Nunzio Paci is an artist living and working in Italy. His whole work deals with the relationship between man and Nature, in particular with animals and plants. The focus of his observation is body with its mutations. The intention is to explore the infinite possibilities of life, in search of a balance between reality and imagination. © All images courtesy of the artist
Prettier anchors than scars, perhaps.
South Korean digital artist/sculptor Kyu-In Shim forms and conceptualizes mannequin characters in a very otherworldly manner. Throughout his work, he creates beautiful themes revolving around pain, depravity, sorrow, and discomposure. His first series entitled ‘Huk Huk’ originally has two Korean meanings, ‘black’ and the ‘sound of crying’ and the two series below are labeled the ‘Bowl’ and ‘Small Space’.
Good nauseous, right?
|Professor Oak:||Are you a boy or a girl?|
|Me:||Are you sure you're ready for this conversation?|
"Litany in Which Certain Things Are Crossed Out," Richard Siken.