I found this photo while digging around on my friend Isara's facebook page. She is a collector of these cute little dolls. She is also a cute little doll herself.
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waif |wāf|noun1 a homeless and helpless person, esp. a neglected or abandoned child :she is foster-mother to various waifs and strays.• an abandoned pet animal.2 Law a piece of property thrown away by a fleeing thief and held by the state in trust for the owner to claim.DERIVATIVESwaifish |ˈweɪfɪʃ| adjectiveORIGIN late Middle English : from an Anglo-Norman French variantof Old Northern French gaif, probably of Scandinavian origin. Early use was often in waif and stray, as a legal term denoting a piece of property found and, if unclaimed, falling to the lord of the manor.
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Marcel Dzama is a Canadian born artist now living in New York. The use of repetitive figures and the fantasy of his art reflects the work of Henry Darger, another one of my favorite artists. Dzama uses root beer and other unconventional mediums throughout his work. He has created a wide range or work all worth discovering.
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These images are essentially the same thing, calcium carbonate. Evaporites are minerals such as halite, calcite and dolomite that are found in shallow seas. They can grow and evaporate within marine environments. After they dissolve into the sea, they form into the hard shells of aquatic animals. When those animals die the calcium carbonate falls to the bottom of the sea. This sediment will, with time, form into coral. As the tides lower the coral reefs are exposed to air, and the evaporite minerals are able to form again. In a way this series of events could be interpreted as one example of reincarnation. The definition of reincarnation is the rebirth of a soul into a new body. Who knows exactly what a soul is? I might argue that a soul, simply put, is a form of energy and that so is calcium carbonate.
These were the first images of Kate Moss that I ever saw. I remember them well. I was obsessed with this magazine (Seventeen) in middle school. She was the first model that really got my attention, and I have loved her photos ever since. She blew up immediately after that doing Calvin Klein adds with Marky Mark (Wahlberg). I remember really wanting that Sam & Libby coat back in the day. I never did get one though. I did have an amazing blue plaid Esprit winter coat back then that I loved. I also love that some of the big cozy granny styles from this editorial are ones that I am wearing twenty years later.