La Menagerie Fantastique

All artwork made by Philippe a 34 year old french guy. 
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thedailydrawingproject:

Portrait, 12th february2014 / marker on paperby Olivier Flandrois + The daily drawing project

thedailydrawingproject:

Portrait, 12th february
2014 / marker on paper
by Olivier Flandrois + The daily drawing project

thedailydrawingproject:

United beards of America, 22th april
2014 / mixed media on paper
by Olivier Flandrois + The daily drawing project 

doncoso:

PUTAS Y VERDURAS es una serie de fotografías realizadas con imágenes pornográficas de una revista italiana de los años 80 y algunas verduras que compro los domingos en la plaza de mercado. Las formas fálicas de estas fueron mi inspiración.

portailblog:

La sublime Comtesse de Castiglione (vers 1861-1867) par Pierre-Louis Pierson, photographe français (1822–1913). (C) David Hunter McAlpin Fund.

portailblog:

La sublime Comtesse de Castiglione (vers 1861-1867) par Pierre-Louis Pierson, photographe français (1822–1913). (C) David Hunter McAlpin Fund.

thevictorianlady:

Three versions of Frayeur (or “Fright”), photographed by Pierre Louis Pierson, c. 1860.

These photographs depict the Comtesse de Castiglione, an Italian noblewoman who became notorious figure in 1860s Paris, posing for a scene in which she flees from a fire in a ballroom. They not only show a desire to colorize photographs as early as the 1860s, but also illustrate the active role the Countess played in her collaborations with Pierre-Louis Pierson. Coloration in early photography was also a simple way to alter the appearance of the model, and the Countess’s features and expression are considerable softened in the final photograph. 

The first image is an albumen print from the glass negative taken by Pierre-Louis Pierson. The second is a salted paper print with color added by the Countess herself, and it even includes handwritten instructions for the rest of the coloration on the back. The third, another salted paper print, was colored by a professional artist.