I finally know what my blog is about. It's artsy fartsy and amazing women mostly, with occasional other randomness. I now refuse to reblog without a source. Too lazy to go through my last 5000 posts to resolve it all though.
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SCULPTURES Lidó Rico

Lidó Rico is a creator of a personal expressive language characterized by using his own body as one more working tool. His expressive universe are images that tell histories, they are established in a tangential and irreverent way, carried out with unconventional techniques, atypical materials that go over the established, that break up with the past art, daring with an ignored future. At the starting of his career. Lidó Rico is a creator of a personal expressive language characterized by using his own body as one more working tool. His expressive universe are images that tell histories, they are established in a tangential and irreverent way, carried out with unconventional techniques, atypical materials that go over the established, that break up with the past art, daring with an ignored future. At the starting of his career

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Anatomical 3D Self-Portrait by Joshua Harker

Chicago-based artist Joshua Harker recently unveiled this 3D-printed sculptural self-portrait titled 21st Century Self-Portrait. Harker utilized a 3D scan of his face and a CT scan of his skull to form the components which were coupled with his trademark filigree aesthetic found in some of his other artworks (you might remember his Crania Anatomica Filigre project a while back, a piece now in his shop). 21st Century Self-Portrait was first shown at 3D Printshow in New York back in February. If you’re interested, Harker is now making custom printed masks based on your own 3D facial scan. (via Street Anatomy, Laughing Squid)