Essas são as 8 mocras que estão embarcando pra NYC. Todas estão nervosas e muito ansiosas. Que nossos filhos, maridos, amores, pais, mães e familiares fiquem bem porque a gente só vai querer aproveitar e ser feliz.
As que estão ficando na verdade estão indo também! <3 <3 <3

Essas são as 8 mocras que estão embarcando pra NYC. Todas estão nervosas e muito ansiosas. Que nossos filhos, maridos, amores, pais, mães e familiares fiquem bem porque a gente só vai querer aproveitar e ser feliz.
As que estão ficando na verdade estão indo também! <3 <3 <3

instagram

instagram:

Hand in Hand with @benedettodemaio

For more from Benedetto’s hand series and studies in blue, follow @benedettodemaio on Instagram.

"I define myself first and foremost as a draftsman," states Milan art teacher and Instagrammer Benedetto Demaio (@benedettodemaio). “Drawing is my biggest passion. It’s what identifies me, what makes me alive—my oxygen.”

Benedetto’s photos are often marked by two themes that he holds very dear: his hands and a striking shade of turquoise blue.

As he explains, hands are precious symbols of crafting and making. “They interpret my daily life, express feelings and emotions and draw my thoughts in simple gestures. They move into a luminous non-space, play with objects around me, caressing colors. They live. I entrust them to my senses, all through them I explore my reality, I experience new visual languages and free my creativity. I use my hands to tell my story. They speak about me and for me.”

The turquoise, however, has its roots in his upbringing. He explains, “I live in Milan, but I was born in a village in southern Italy overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. The colors of the place where I grew up—the gradients of the rough sea, the shades of the sea bottom, the turquoise that characterizes my work—is an evocation of my origins, the feeling of belonging to a wonderful land, a place that formed me, my home. Inserting a touch of that tone in my work reassures me.”

Though he doesn’t consider himself a photographer, his love of the medium drew him into the Instagram community. “I like this virtual environment where we can draw inspiration and nurture creativity,” he shares. “Most of all, I like the simple way in which we interact with others with whom you share a common passion for photography.”

albumcovercover
albumcovercover:

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik.
II used to listen to this album a lot when it was released. I had only 11 years old, but I remember since then, how great this album is. I had the LP with double vinyl version at home and I remember how awesome was the cover art. It is much better in the big format than the on the CD format. But this is a different discussion for another time.
About the art, I’ve seen this illustration of a devil woman some time ago and I think it fits here perfectly. I found the illustration, made it as “Bansky style” stencil and the fonts I made by hand. That was fun to do it and the album has a good length to play with. :)
Length: 74min

albumcovercover:

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik.

II used to listen to this album a lot when it was released. I had only 11 years old, but I remember since then, how great this album is. I had the LP with double vinyl version at home and I remember how awesome was the cover art. It is much better in the big format than the on the CD format. But this is a different discussion for another time.

About the art, I’ve seen this illustration of a devil woman some time ago and I think it fits here perfectly. I found the illustration, made it as “Bansky style” stencil and the fonts I made by hand. That was fun to do it and the album has a good length to play with. :)

Length: 74min

sticky9blog

stickygram:

On Saturday we launched our brand new project #stickygramtheworld with the wonderful IgersLondon.

The aim was to “collect” 9 iconic London shots, prizes were given for capturing them all, for the best shot and for the best use of StickyGram.

We’re looking forward to doing this in our next…