modelsforvogue:

Auguste Abeliunaite for Numero China #41 August 2014
Photographed by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello

modelsforvogue:

Auguste Abeliunaite for Numero China #41 August 2014

Photographed by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello

Before you die, your brain releases tons and tons of endorphins that make you feel a range of emotions. Tragically beautiful.

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Igor Filjushin
Tumblr: ifnart.tumblr.com

"Atlas" was my final Bachelor degree project. Idea came after another walk with my friends. Every time,when we are going to somewhere,we toss coin do decide,in which way we are going,and who pay for food.So I decided,that it would be cool to make device,that shows you decision or direction,based on your question.It is made from two nerikomi portselain tiles,which is connected with old coolers from computers.So lower part is fixed,and upper is spinning,after owner blows in special pipe.So arrow shows what owner must do.Here is the rules for Atlas using:1. The Atlas - is a universal complex of random answers for adventurous, traveling or a ordinary person, who is not sure what his intention is.
2. The Atlas - is a subtle instrument, designed only for one person and his next generation. It is strictly forbidden to let it be touched by other people (the next generation is allowed to). If somebody wants to see the instrument, let them look only with eyes.
3. One who uses the Atlas and had a dark soul and heart, will be brought to a infernal land.
4. The answers that answer the yes/no question do not affect the fate of others. The answers are related only to you.
5. The Atlas is made of fragile porcelain. If you break it then you are not worthy of it.
6. Every Atlas is unique and is made following a special recipe. Don’t listen to those, who say that they are the creator of the Atlas and sells them.
7. The Atlas can be used by any person, regardless of religion, race or the length of ones nose.
8. The Atlas is made to support life, not destroy it.
9. Do not become a slave of the Atlas!
10. If you spin the arrow of the Atlas, then you must obey, and follow the decision, otherwise you do not need it. You have to believe the Atlas!

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Igor Filjushin

Tumblr: ifnart.tumblr.com

"Atlas" was my final Bachelor degree project. Idea came after another walk with my friends. Every time,when we are going to somewhere,we toss coin do decide,in which way we are going,and who pay for food.So I decided,that it would be cool to make device,that shows you decision or direction,based on your question.It is made from two nerikomi portselain tiles,which is connected with old coolers from computers.So lower part is fixed,and upper is spinning,after owner blows in special pipe.So arrow shows what owner must do.Here is the rules for Atlas using:

1. The Atlas - is a universal complex of random answers for adventurous, traveling or a ordinary person, who is not sure what his intention is.

2. The Atlas - is a subtle instrument, designed only for one person and his next generation. It is strictly forbidden to let it be touched by other people (the next generation is allowed to). If somebody wants to see the instrument, let them look only with eyes.

3. One who uses the Atlas and had a dark soul and heart, will be brought to a infernal land.

4. The answers that answer the yes/no question do not affect the fate of others. The answers are related only to you.

5. The Atlas is made of fragile porcelain. If you break it then you are not worthy of it.

6. Every Atlas is unique and is made following a special recipe. Don’t listen to those, who say that they are the creator of the Atlas and sells them.

7. The Atlas can be used by any person, regardless of religion, race or the length of ones nose.

8. The Atlas is made to support life, not destroy it.

9. Do not become a slave of the Atlas!

10. If you spin the arrow of the Atlas, then you must obey, and follow the decision, otherwise you do not need it. You have to believe the Atlas!

doctorswithoutborders:

Photo by Yuri Kozyrev/Noor
Patients wait for medical treatment at MSF’s clinic in the Domeez camp for Syrian refugees in Northern Iraq. There are at least 58,000 Syrians living here, waiting to go back home. Coming next week: “The Reach of War,” a look at the human face of the conflict in Syria.

doctorswithoutborders:

Photo by Yuri Kozyrev/Noor

Patients wait for medical treatment at MSF’s clinic in the Domeez camp for Syrian refugees in Northern Iraq. There are at least 58,000 Syrians living here, waiting to go back home. Coming next week: “The Reach of War,” a look at the human face of the conflict in Syria.

doctorswithoutborders:

Photo by Ton Koene
In Ramtha, Jordan, MSF’s Dr. Ben Gupta plays chess with a 14-year-old boy named Malik who lost one leg and sustained severe injuries to his other extremities when a bomb fell on a wedding party at his family’s home in Syria. See “The Reach of War,” a look at the human face of the conflict in Syria.

doctorswithoutborders:

Photo by Ton Koene

In Ramtha, Jordan, MSF’s Dr. Ben Gupta plays chess with a 14-year-old boy named Malik who lost one leg and sustained severe injuries to his other extremities when a bomb fell on a wedding party at his family’s home in Syria. See “The Reach of War,” a look at the human face of the conflict in Syria.