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The smile that melts me a hundred times a day.
D, aka Fourthletter, my husband, the love of my life...
and the poor bastard who is legally obliged to put up with my shit
This photograph is featured in my book Violently Beautiful, available online HERE.
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I like your work and I *think* I understand something about you. You layer ideas in portraits, sometimes whimsey is involved. DEFINITELY non-sequitor.
I'm looking for interesting people to try this art project I'm working on. I'm trying to create an A.I. to "design" images based on peoples' attitudes. When you put a portrait shot in the mix it becomes an "inner-selfie" but I think it can go deeper than that. The results are pretty abstract and sometimes funny visualizations (the part you'll like) but aren't "art" yet but I'm hoping they will be once the system gets enough input. I've heard some artists are using Psymily for inspiration or at least non-sequitor.
Please try out Psymily and let me know your perspective. It's just a web app for now. Here's a good starting point.
I am very sure you really love him a lot
I wish you all best
why there isn't a face for here?--->
Amazing capture, and I would have to agree - although black and white, it really feels warm.
Black and white shots always say something more, than a million colours ever could.
He's such a sweetheart.