Slime Sunday

Revered Instagram artist Slime Sunday makes mind-blowing magic out of women, dusty magazines, and nature.
Six years ago, Massachusetts-based artist Mike Parisella was working toward a degree in psychology, convinced his education would lead to a good job and a secure life. But he was miserable. The urge to make art boiled on the back burner in his brain, and he soon decided he needed a place to put everything he was making in his spare time. Protected by anonymity, he opened an Instagram account he dubbed @SlimeSunday and started posting. It was a slow grow, but once it took off, things went viral, and Slime Sunday quickly became revered for his psychedelic digital art featuring warped women with faces that spiral into delectable shapes and colors. His digital work was punchy, warm, and filled with dreamlike patterns akin to an acid trip.

They are our playgrounds, and our providers…

We spend our lives seeking them out, and sometimes, never leave…
Home to other worlds, above and below, they are filled with risk, discomfort and consequence…
But also, joy, opportunity and celebration…
And ultimately, immeasurable reward.
Issue 31 explores the pleasures and perils of islands around the world, and is on sale now (and makes the perfect Christmas gift for the surfer in your life…).
Inside, you’ll find 164 pages of untold island-inspired stories centered around surf, travel, adventure and creativity, accompanied by incredible photography.

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The Pleasures & Perils of Islands | A Special Edition
White Horses is a beautifully crafted quarterly publication about surf, ocean, creativity and adventure, delivering a worthy alternative to existing surf mags.

more at White Horses

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Fashion and Nature

Anna Zesiger for L’Officiel Austria with Lida Freudenreich

Photography: Anna Zesiger. Stylist: Arianna Pianca. Makeup: Anna Kalashnikova. Haire: Delia Sciullo. Assistance: Milana Shapovalov. Fashion Supervision: Ana Varava. Model: Lida Freudenreich at Metro Models.
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Anna Zesiger for L’Officiel Austria with Lida Freudenreich
more at Fashion Editorials

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‘It was not hard to be upset in the last scene’

Daisy Ridley on The Rise Of Skywalker: ‘It was not hard to be upset in the last scene’
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away a bright-eyed, anonymous young woman is called to a universe she’d imagined but could never prepare for: expectation, responsibility, unseen forces wrenching her this way and that. This month, The Rise Of Skywalker closes the story of her character, Rey, and it’s taken as long for Daisy Ridley to become who Star Wars fans wanted and still remain herself. In this wide-ranging interview, she shares the films’ physical and mental toll, reveals how they inspired her to speak out and – who knew? – drops enough f-bombs to down a Death Star

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Daisy Ridley photographed by Alexi Lubomirski
Interview by Alex Bhattacharji

more at GQ

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Du nu sensuel, du noir et blanc en clair obscur

Céline Andrea est une jeune parisienne, modèle nu et lingerie pendant une décennie avant de passer de l’autre côté de la caméra. Rapidement, elle en vient à shooter du nu, son « sujet de prédilection ». Céline marche beaucoup à l’instinct, préférant la pose spontanée et naturelle, s’imprégnant de l’ambiance, des lignes, jouant avec la lumière pour mieux sculpter les corps, sublimés par la sensualité et l’érotisme du noir & blanc. Entre poses sensuelles, érotiques voire provocatrices, le rendu est intense et puissant, favorisant l’émotion.

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via Normal Magazine

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Delicate

Welcome to the fine and elegant issue of DELICATE Magazine. This publictation is entirely devoted to women, all about women. In their intimacy, in their greatness, revealing their strength, their harmony and all the beauty that emerges from them. This magazine is an ode made to women. The strong woman.

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more in Delicate Magazine No9

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