These are so uniquely beautiful! I’m personally really vibing with the Purple Snail – love snails and this one is so enchanting makes this faery want to ride its beautiful spiral shell, the Nicobar Pigeon – loving the rainbow essence that seems so like a painting and reminding me of my own paintings and my painting style, the Black Rooster Ayam Cemani – so mysterious and iridescently potent, the Blue and Green Parakeet – I have a soft spot for this one, as I used to have blue parakeet and my brother a green one, and here this one merges both, and the Regal Ring-Neck Snake – loving the vibrant colors and that amazing, magickal teal, wow!
Between these and Iceland’s amazing photos today, I’m feeling extra enlivened with inspiration, which is perfect for a brief painting spree of custom pieces I’m about to jump into here shortly. MMMM!!
Another example of how art bridges all boundaries. We are each unique, but connected. This reminds you that you have a specific individual expression you are here to shine and to honor and recognize the same in all others. Thanks Segmation for sharing this!
Art mimics its creator.
The art project Humanae has a strong identity and global reach, just like its creator. The woman behind the art has a colorful lineage and resilient sense of self.
Angelica Dass is a photographer who set out on a mission to expose the myriad of identities, cultures and skin tones that exist throughout the world. The Humanae projectinvolves her taking a portrait of an individual and extracting an “11 by 11 pixel sample” of the person’s face. She matches the exact shade to Pantone’s elaborate color system. Then, she edits the picture so that this shade becomes the portrait’s backdrop.
When Dass aligns the pictures, she shines a light on what people often forget: no two people are exactly alike. With over 2,000 photographs, Humanae is revealing that two people might share a cultural heritage but are different in many other ways.
Nobody knows this…
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