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"I am learning everyday to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be, to inspire me and not terrify me.” ― Tracee Ellis Ross

SILHOUETTES - A LETTERING SERIES

"I am learning everyday to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be, to inspire me and not terrify me.” ― Tracee Ellis Ross

I like the mixed media feel of this one and the fact that it's black and white. And also that it features a human form, which goes along with our theme of Identity.

I like the mixed media feel of this one and the fact that it's black and white. And also that it features a human form, which goes along with our theme of Identity.

I like the refraction used in the image with the glass. I really like the Black & white conversion because i think it adds depth to the image.

I like the refraction used in the image with the glass. I really like the Black & white conversion because i think it adds depth to the image.

I think this photo fits order and disorder because it's a collage of different peoples faces but they make up one person, I think this shows how other people can influence you without you realising.

I think this photo fits order and disorder because it's a collage of different peoples faces but they make up one person, I think this shows how other people can influence you without you realising.

Richie Velazquez | http://desolateputoface.tumblr.com/post/125147662112/the-man-himself-bestreet-bootlegbart

Richie Velazquez | http://desolateputoface.tumblr.com/post/125147662112/the-man-himself-bestreet-bootlegbart

An image of a girl holding up a photo of the face of a Barbie doll. I love this piece as it implies that society and the media portray an image of 'the perfect and beautiful woman' and its all girls ever want to be and such importance is put upon it, however the perfect woman isn't real, it is only plastic or models have been photo-shopped etc.

An image of a girl holding up a photo of the face of a Barbie doll. I love this piece as it implies that society and the media portray an image of 'the perfect and beautiful woman' and its all girls ever want to be and such importance is put upon it, however the perfect woman isn't real, it is only plastic or models have been photo-shopped etc.