Canadian photographer Harold Godsoe introduces his series of "Mud Portraits," explaining what drew him to using mud, and what he feels comes out of the resulting photographs.
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Portraits of Movember
BY JAMES EVERETT
@ VOL 21
ON FEB 19, 2013
During the month of November, James Everett showed his support for the Movember cause not by growing a moustache but by photographing over 50 of them and their "growth" over the course of the month.
"Presentation of the Day" on August 26, 2013.
Deep in the Mud
BY CORINNA GHAZNAVI
@ VOL 7
ON JUN 05, 2015
Corinna Ghaznavi is an independent curator, freelance writer, Artistic Director of the Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film, and instructor at Georgian College. She talks to us about the many performances of Colette Urban and her drive to become one with many.
“My birthday in 2014, i started asking all my friends to draw me. I set three simple rules: 1) don’t look at others until you’re done with yours 2) draw me on the spot 3) you can not use erasers”
In 119 Portraits from PechaKucha Night Tokyo’s 133rd Volume, Speaker, freelance writer, and sake lover Miho Ota detailed a project from which she had learned a great deal. On her birthday in 2014, Miho had decided to start a portraiture project, asking her artist friends to draw her portrait in a small sketchbook. The rule was simple: draw her on the spot, no erasers, and no looking of others until you finish yours. By her following birthday, Miho had a collection of 119 amazing portraits with countless stories attached to them.
Why Portraits Matter
BY DAVID PARISH
@ VOL 15
ON FEB 17, 2017
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Hāfu2Hāfu, portraits of hāfu and their question to you
BY TETSURO MIYAZAKI
@ VOL 148
ON JUN 22, 2017
Tetsuro Miyazaki presentes Hāfu2Hāfufu, a unique project photographing hāfu (mixed roots people with one Japanese parent) from all over the world and sharing their most significant questions about identity, sense of belonging or growing up with two different cultures.