♛Queen Said
still young | obsessed with giraffe and psychology | find me other on @cantiksitta
  • The Paradise
  • The Paradise

    (Source: m.weheartit.com)

  • Haven’t seen a lot cutest animal like that
  • Haven’t seen a lot cutest animal like that

    (Source: m.weheartit.com)

  • FLOWERPOWAA
  • FLOWERPOWAA

    (Source: m.weheartit.com)

    • 5
    • 5
  • What a little anna
  • What a little anna

    (Source: m.weheartit.com)

    • 4
    • 4
  • A cute cat wear glass, cool huh?
  • A cute cat wear glass, cool huh?

    (Source: m.weheartit.com)

  • f8andcounting:

Trim Castle Outer Wall; Trim Castle Ireland  Shot with my Pentax K5
  • f8andcounting:

    Trim Castle Outer Wall; Trim Castle Ireland  Shot with my Pentax K5

    • 1401
    • 1401
  • Emang ya, namanya sahabat tuuh. Laf a lot

  • paddleson:

HANNAH PERRY I was moved (on the bonnet) #2, 2014silkscreen print, paint, screen print medium, flip paint vinyl, aluminum

“My work is often about accidental rhythms, or finding beauty in daft moments.” - HANNAH PERRY

Hannah Perry is well known for her video artworks, which are created by processing personal videos from her iPhone through a VHS player or data compression in order to compromise the image quality. Her newer sculptures, including I was moved (on the bonnet) #2, are intimately connected with the videos, allowing her to explore similar subject matter in concrete form. The sculptures are made of aluminum and covered with screenprints and vinyl paint that is most frequently used to decorate racing cars. The aluminum is crunched, bringing to mind the hood of a car that has experienced a crash, covered in blue and purple paint that quietly drip around a single word: “move”. (Text by Paddles ON! curator Lindsay Howard)
Register to BID IN PADDLES ON! in London on July 3rd →ONLINE PRE-BIDDING available thru July 2nd on Paddle8 →
  • paddleson:

    HANNAH PERRY I was moved (on the bonnet) #2, 2014
    silkscreen print, paint, screen print medium, flip paint vinyl, aluminum

    “My work is often about accidental rhythms, or finding beauty in daft moments.” - HANNAH PERRY

    Hannah Perry is well known for her video artworks, which are created by processing personal videos from her iPhone through a VHS player or data compression in order to compromise the image quality. Her newer sculptures, including I was moved (on the bonnet) #2, are intimately connected with the videos, allowing her to explore similar subject matter in concrete form. The sculptures are made of aluminum and covered with screenprints and vinyl paint that is most frequently used to decorate racing cars. The aluminum is crunched, bringing to mind the hood of a car that has experienced a crash, covered in blue and purple paint that quietly drip around a single word: “move”. (Text by Paddles ON! curator Lindsay Howard)

    Register to BID IN PADDLES ON! in London on July 3rd →
    ONLINE PRE-BIDDING available thru July 2nd on Paddle8 →

    • 614
    • 614