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Bella falls to her knees, opens the bible to a random page and starts to recite her best Satan fighting incantations, spits oily smoke residue in the grass, rocks back and forth deep in her head, battling spirits no one can see but her.

Donut Doubles by Brandon Voges, via Behance

donut doubles - Brandon Voges has teamed up with The Marlin Network to put together a fun invitation for the National Restaurant Association’s annual food sh.

MAC USP - Roger Ballen: Transfigurações, fotografias 1968-2012

Bent back, 2001 from Shadow Chamber Silver bromide fibre paper 40 x edition of 20 80 x edition of 6

Headpiece by Qi Hu "Reflection"

"Reflection of illusion", a project from the designer Qi HU and his studio HU Design, created for Printemps in Paris. Some abstract and angular creations

Qi Hu | Origami headgear

These origami headdresses have been folded into the shapes of creatures from Chinese mythology by Paris designer Qi Hu for the city's Printemps store.

Marinó Thorlacius

Creative Photography by Marino Thorlacius

conceptual menswear

Disturbing Avian-Themed Editorials

Mario Castellano, Toni Petcov and Clement Seba at Mgm Management Paris photographed by Enzo Addi and styled by Seba Stolarczyk in exclusive for Fucking Young!


Funny Donut Doubles by Brandon Voges

Donuts Doubles Series by Brandon Voges (Bruton Stroube Studios) - For The Marlin Network

bizarre photos past 23 Some of the stranger old timey photos you will ever see (36 Photos)

Some of the stranger old-timey photos you will ever see (36 Photos)

Family photo -- why do many old photos have people wearing animal heads? OMG it's sooo WEIRD

Designspiration — Dan Mountford | Designcollector™

Double Exposure Photography is the art of crossing over from image capture into a form of Graphic Design. We have collected some work from Dan Mountford UK.

Beauties in Bugs: Insect Women by Laurent Seroussi

These striking woman-insect creatures are from "Insectes," a series of photo composites by photographer Laurent Seroussi. via Hi-Fructose