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'I am not my number' - Steve Rosenfield's "What I Be Project" building security through insecurity

People Photographed with Their Greatest Fears and Anxieties Written on Their Face (21 pictures)

People Photographed with Their Greatest Fears and Anxieties Written on Their Face

Post with 5884 votes and 451186 views. Powerful portraits of people revealing their biggest insecurities - What I Be Project by Steve Rosenfield

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People’s Most Intimate Insecurities Revealed in “What I Be Project”

BoredPanda: This student captures the moment when people are told their beautiful and well, it's quite beautiful.

Student Captures What Happens When People Are Told They Are Beautiful

How would you react if someone told you that you're beautiful? Shea Glover, a highschool student from Chicago, conducted a social experiment to find out. She posed people in front of her camera and then told them “I'm taking pictures of things

Anatomy embroidered over photographs.

Could staple one side of tracing paper to one side of photo and then draw the shape you want on it /// Complex Structures - Patrick Hickley Hand printed cyanotypes on watercolour paper, with thread hand stitched over top.

Ulingan, Tondo, Manila - This child smiling and playing with misery all around her reminds us of what it means to have a heart of a child. Matt 19:14  But Jesus said, "Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven." Lord teach us to smile even no matter what life brings. Amen!

Look at her smile (not the dirty clothes or dirty face and hair) her Smile.we could all learn a lot from her Photographer Thomas Tham ~disadvantaged children.

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Martin is throwin gang signs but it looks like Ben is just telling us all to live long and prosper! <-- Actually, long story short, but Ben's sign means "don't forget to be awesome." People need to read up on nerdfighters, and our signs, yo!

Constraint: 2nd Year Final project initial inspiration

Constraint: 2nd Year Final project initial inspiration

A blueprint for the perfect face is a mathematical formula discovered by Dr. Stephen Marquardt, a plastic surgeon working in Southern California. Based on the golden ratio. Beautiful people’s mouths were 1.618 times wider than their noses, it seemed, their noses 1.618 times wider than the tip of their noses. As his data set expanded, Marquardt found indeed that the perfect face was loaded with golden ratios.

Marilyn Monroe - illustration of the golden ratio of beauty charted on this portrait taken by Milton Greene