A selection from Bryan Solarksi’s “Little World.” using the ‘Tilt Shift’ photography technique.

“I wanted to recreate the dreamlike feeling of actually being in these places in a playful way,” says Solarski. “And I think titl shift is popular right now (and was a good way to do that), because it gives the viewer a sense of being in a smaller world, a bit like the way the world looks to a kid.” -Bryan Solarksi

Street Corner, Paris, France

Roman Ruins, Rome, Italy

Centre Pompidou, Paris

So, i watched the infamous COVE last week… but it just reminded me for my love of SHARKWATER …don’t get me wrong, I LOVE DOLPHINS …i just think this movie is amazingly well done …and tells a very interesting story

Renoir in the 20th Century

Renoir in the 20th Century focuses on the last three decades of Renoir’s career, when, following his rupture with impressionism, he turned to an art that was decorative, classical, and informed by a highly personal interpretation of the Great Tradition.

This exhibition was organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Réunion des Musées Nationaux, and the Musée d’Orsay in collaboration with the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

the semester is almost over!!! …and man its been tough!!! …but i love it!

That section only took 2 hours …6 more to go …12 hours!?!!!???

Dear midterm …I would like the 32 hours you stole from my life back …and I don’t even like you.

I hope you never have to make one of these …by hand …square by square