But whatever we unearth from the cemetery of our past, whether the memories we collect are distressing or of perplexing significance, they have left in us indelible traces that will forever influence the essence of our future selves.
“Sometimes things are more special in life because they are fleeting and you know you don’t have them for long,” Eleanor explains. “It’s nice to do something in life that isn’t money driven, and ‘just because’ really. Also, I don’t know where I would put nearly 150 Play-Doh renderings in my small flat.”
“Buildings, cities, and furnishings each have a human appearance. They speak of the life that passes through them. There is nothing abstract in their existences and thus the human figures that emerge with all their defects and particularities are substantiations of reality.” Gaetano Pesce ViTRINE has recently discovered Stop the Roc, an Instagram profile based in Spain through a comment left on our instagram post. Stop the Roc captures images of buildings (residential or office complexes) in Spain. These images, […]
Ben Taylor was the face of 72 Smalldive SS14 campaign Nine O’Clock Tales. A professional writer for SWIDE magazine, he is also a photography afficionado. Most followers of Ben Tayloy instagram account are familiar with his take on post Monday fatigue; each Monday night, Ben Taylor post a picture of himself exhausted from Monday’s work demands. Monday’s Won / Monday’s Done is a witty self portrait of an English man living in Milan dealing with the exacting demands on the […]