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Photography by Ivana Vostrakova Minimalist strong composition... crss

Photography by Ivana Vostrakova Minimalist strong composition and clear lines are typical for Ivana Vostrakova’s work. They apply mainly in the minimalist graphical shortcuts. They are, in some cases, moreover enriched by including new elements and then appeared in the new surprising contexts. Another important group of the artist’s work consists of original photographic montages. Blending of perspectives, taking things and characters out of their usual context and combination of seemingly incompatible elements to create a completely new unexpected reality. Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook and Instagram . posted by tu recepcja crss

Photography by Ivana Vostrakova Minimalist strong composition...

Photography by Ivana Vostrakova Minimalist strong composition and clear lines are typical for Ivana Vostrakova’s work. They apply mainly in the minimalist graphical shortcuts. They are, in some cases, moreover enriched by including new elements and then appeared in the new surprising contexts. Another important group of the artist’s work consists of original photographic montages. Blending of perspectives, taking things and characters out of their usual context and combination of seemingly incompatible elements to create a completely new unexpected reality. Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook and Instagram . posted by tu recepcja

Teen Vogue Shoots by Ben HassettA self-taught photographer,...

Teen Vogue Shoots by Ben Hassett A self-taught photographer, Hassett is a camera enthusiast, photographic print and photobook collector. His art practice at once embraces the future of photography and celebrates its past. He now lives and works in New York City where he has established a reputation as one of the world’s foremost beauty and portrait photographers. His current personal work includes a photographic study of Los Angeles. Pulled from the series Born This Way and Bangers. Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook and Instagram .

Teen Vogue Shoots by Ben HassettA self-taught photographer,... crss

Teen Vogue Shoots by Ben Hassett A self-taught photographer, Hassett is a camera enthusiast, photographic print and photobook collector. His art practice at once embraces the future of photography and celebrates its past. He now lives and works in New York City where he has established a reputation as one of the world’s foremost beauty and portrait photographers. His current personal work includes a photographic study of Los Angeles. Pulled from the series Born This Way and Bangers. Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook and Instagram . crss

The Desire to Be Liked Will End You up Feeling More Rejected

Admit it, you feel good when other people think you’re nice. Maybe you were complimented by a stranger saying that you had a nice outfit. You felt good about yourself and you were happy for the rest of the day. We all like to feel liked, whether by a stranger or a loved one. It makes you feel valued and that feeling can be addictive. But when the high wears off and you no longer have validation that someone thinks you’re a good, sweet person, you may feel insecure and lacking. While wanting others to like you isn’t in itself a bad thing, it can be like a disease when you feel that you constantly need to be liked by others. Humans are wired to want to be liked. It’s human nature to seek approval from others. In ancient times, we needed acceptance to survive. Humans are social animals and we need to bond with others and form a community to survive. If we are not liked by others, we will be left out. Babies are born to be cute and be liked by adults—large rounded head, big forehead,

Small World Photo and VideoImages from Nikon’s Small World Photo... crss

Small World Photo and Video Images from Nikon’s Small World Photo and Video competion (2017).  This competition showcases the amazing ability of scientists and artists to capture the smallest parts of our world.  Thanks to nbcnews.com . Art that captures our world - follow us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook . Posted by Lisa . crss