250 men and women were asked to draw what these emotions felt like in their bodies. These are the combined results
HOLY FUCK THIS IS HOW I FEEL PEOPLES EMOTIONS HOLY GOD PH MY I THINK THIS IS PROOK OH MY GOD I AM FREAKING OUT ANGER IS SHARP AND ITS IN YOUR HEAD AND HANDS SADNESS IS IN YOUR CHEST JOY IS ROUND AND ITS TRUE YOU DONT FEEL MANY EMOTIONS IN YOUR LEGS HOLY SHIT
This was a huge confidence boost for me and one of my favorite reblogs of the year
This is so beautiful
That cat is in heaven
The term “Photoshopping” has these days become synonymous with photo manipulation. But the practice is much older than the computer software — about as old as photography itself.
An exhibition now on display at Washington, D.C.’s National Gallery of Art is exploring just that: The collaging, cutting, pasting and coloring that preceded digital photography.
The exhibition raises questions about truth in photography. Is there such a thing? Even if you don’t physically alter the image, isn’t composition itself a form of manipulation?
“Sometimes a photograph can be posed because it excludes something,” film director Errol Morris once said. “Isn’t there always an elephant just outside the frame?” (The Picture Show : NPR)
Photo: Man in bottle, c. 1888 (J.C. Higgins and Son)