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[ Illusions of the Body ]
Photographer: Gracie Hagen

graciehagen:

cam damage

Illusions of the Body ]

Photographer: Gracie Hagen

graciehagen:

graciehagen:

sam kay
[ Illusions of the Body ]
Photographer: Gracie Hagen

Yay! This wonderful lady is going to be in the book! Along with 41 other people, 17 of them never before seen! 
Go to IllusionsOfTheBody.com to order a copy 
or come out to the Official Launch Party April 26th at 8pm (2301 W. North Ave, Chicago IL) where the artist & some of the models will be hanging out! 

graciehagen:

graciehagen:

sam kay

Illusions of the Body ]

Photographer: Gracie Hagen

Yay! This wonderful lady is going to be in the book! Along with 41 other people, 17 of them never before seen! 

Go to IllusionsOfTheBody.com to order a copy 

or come out to the Official Launch Party April 26th at 8pm (2301 W. North Ave, Chicago IL) where the artist & some of the models will be hanging out! 

Tags: human body

narona:

Kenyon Cox  Nude Studies

(Source: tinypredators, via ravenschwarz)

emvisual:

El libro de las proporciones.

Un libro del siglo XVIII con instrucciones precisas para dibujar las figuras de Buda y de Bodhisattva. Esta escrito en newari con números tibetanos. Las instrucciones incluyen el color de ojos, la dirección del pelo, el número de cabezas …

El concepto de la imagen ideal de Buda surgió en la edad dorada de Gupta, en los siglos del 4 al 6. 

Tags: proportions

brent-treznor69:

weird how longer legs makes the middle one seem taller, even though they’re the same height. i think it’s because more mass is focused at the top relative to the rest of the body, making a top heavy aesthetic that makes the viewer’s eyes glide up the body and focus on a higher vertical point on the horizon. or i’m bullshitting and have no idea what i’m talking about

brent-treznor69:

weird how longer legs makes the middle one seem taller, even though they’re the same height. i think it’s because more mass is focused at the top relative to the rest of the body, making a top heavy aesthetic that makes the viewer’s eyes glide up the body and focus on a higher vertical point on the horizon. or i’m bullshitting and have no idea what i’m talking about

Tags: proportions