Tanzellanator

A Digest of The Dancers Delights

theblakechronicles:

adayofballet:

Steven McRae and Tamara Rojo in Chroma

fierce as hell

theblakechronicles:

adayofballet:

Steven McRae and Tamara Rojo in Chroma

fierce as hell

(via absurdhowl)

cultureunseen:

Beautiful Black Ballerinas

(via little-shop-of-homestuck)

wildlifeexperience:

Visit us to experience the wildlife: Wildlife Experience

wildlifeexperience:

Visit us to experience the wildlife: Wildlife Experience

(via molasses-feet)

i got the opportunity to see an play with this beautiful piece of art last week. the black parts are conductive paint, with a nail driven through the middle. touching each black space makes a chime sound. i swear i could have sat at this thing for days. no matter which way you touched  it it sounded absolutely beautiful. it was stunning.
boop.
made by Eric Rosenbaum and Sophia Brueckner

asylum-art:

Waltz On The Walls Of City Hall

Bandaloop dancers Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber take vertical choreography to new heights on Oakland’s City Hall during the Art + Soul Festival.

Wacth the video:

http://www.bandaloop.org
Instagram: @bandalooping

Special thanks to Thomas Cavanagh.

Shot 100% on the HD HERO3+® camera from http://GoPro.com.

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Music
William Ryan Fritch “Hopeless Romantic”
Link to buy: http://www.williamryanfritch.com/

boundunbound:

moarrrmagazine:

Miniature dogs by SuAmi

what the fuck so cute and silly

(via fruitsgarden)

asylum-art:

Latest Embroideries by Michelle Kingdom

I enjoy following Michelle Kingdom‘s work so much. She always surprises me with unique pieces. I want to spend hours staring at them. I invite you to visit Michelle’s website and Flickr portfolio to enjoy more of her beautiful work.

Via: aima007

(via asylum-art)

(Source: pepperandpals, via duckofpuddles)


What’s under the big top? Swing by if you dare. (x)

What’s under the big top? Swing by if you dare. (x)

(Source: mrgolightly, via nakedteatime)

(Source: zaluzejos, via quartpintgallon)

blackumi:

What in fucks name is this flying water

blackumi:

What in fucks name is this flying water

(via godihatedisco)

“fail splendidly. fail comfortably. use failure as a redirect. not as a measure of your worth or value. fail beautifully.”

—   nayyirah waheed (via nayyirahwaheed)

(via wange-and-stronderful)

asylum-art:

Ruined Polaroids - William Miller

I came across this project by veteran photographer and photojournalist William Miller. The story behind “Ruined Polaroids” is so unique – I immediately fell in love with the concept and resulting images. Let’s leave the explaining to Miller himself:

“These pictures are taken with a camera that is, by most definitions, broken: an old Polaroid SX-70 camera rescued from a yard sale. I’ve always loved this camera. It is an ingeniously conceived, complicated bundle of gears and switches with hundreds of moving parts packed in tight like a chrome and leather pistol…

With its first use I realized the camera wasn’t functioning properly. It sometimes spills out two pictures at a time and the film often gets stuck in the gears, exposing and mangling the images in unpredictable ways. Over time I’ve figured out how to control and accentuate aspects of the camera’s flaws but the images themselves are always a surprise…

This project is an unintended exploration into the three-dimensional physical character of an antiquated photographic medium that touches on subjects from the artistic value of chance, to questions of what constitutes a photograph. I say unintended because what I’m focusing on here is a technological anomaly. The failure of a process.

Miller’s attention to these processes has made all of his recent ventures into fine art photography highly refreshing.