Hugging shorter people and resting your head on theirs
Hugging taller people and having your head against their chest
Hugging people your height and pressing your face against their shoulder
Hugging people and getting picked up by them
Not having people to hug
Giving a hug that comes off as weird
This post describes me in every way
Creative Artworks by Alex Solis
Alex Solis is an American illustrator who has been drawing many visual for t-shirts. With a simple, friendly and very recognizable style, he invites us to discover his staging of objects of daily life, taking another dimension with his talent.
"Art is’ Mimi Yoon
For international artist mimi yoon, there is no concrete definition for art. to her it is simply that “art is.” Her artwork vibrates with tangible and sensual beauty and honesty. it subtly allures then climaxes to demand attention and is immediately unforgettable. Mimi has a bfa in graphic design from California state university long beach, and has founded an art academy for youth and mentored for 10 years before she started to paint her passion. When not painting, mimi can be found curating art shows and contributing to local charities, with the goal of using the arts to bring raw honest humanity into the realm of community.
Cristina Cordova’s Extraordinary Sculptures
Cristina Córdova, who sculpts the human figure in clay with great skill and sensitivity, knows the allure, and challenge, of working in a format that has captivated artists since time immemorial.
“Because it is such a monolithic tradition that you drag in, it’s hard – especially in the contemporary setting of art – to use the figure in a way that does not drag you back, that is perceived as fresh and valid,” Córdova, 35, observes. Then again, there is no limit to what she describes as “the potential of the eloquence of the body to manifest a state of mind.”
Internationally renowned sculptor , one of China ‘s most representative figures sculpture sector , major works are the “old country ” , “Rose “, ” clouds ” and other series.
Top ’ Venice Cloud ‘chinese pavilion at venice art biennale 2011
though appropriately related, the surrounding fog are incidentally part of another work, ‘empty incense’ by yuan gong.
using twenty sets of ultrasonic atomizers, the installation’s
high-pressure water mist system fills the pavilion with atomized incense fog every two hours, from a square of white pebbles laid on the grass.