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November 12, 2008
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Human DK by Paula-Rosa Human DK by Paula-Rosa
Photoshoping some thoughts.

Hello my friends.
Finally found some time to upload some new crap.
Thank you very much for taking the time...

Best wishes! :heart:

Credits to
Fran Priestley
Marcin Rybarczyk
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Daily Deviation

Given 2008-11-24
Without being technical and obvious, I think the suggester says it so well: "I found this deviation quite impressive. It expresses modernity as it is: pollution, broken dreams, superficiality...blind minds addicted to television, and feeling safe behind the keyboard; decay of the human soul."
Human DK by `dreamspeak ( Suggested by khymikaze and Featured by IreneLangholm )
Amazing job, I am learn to you ~~~:love:
kekelei Sep 16, 2011  Student Digital Artist
this is really cool and interesting
fuccyan Nov 6, 2010
so greatt!! :D
This is great...Love it
excellent metaphor (or should I say photophor?)

Unlike comment from Daily Deviation, I see it as a perfect visualization of extending human senses by technology. Walls and clothing are extensions of our skin, telephone is extension of our hearing, writing and print are extensions of our speech...

First we shape our tools, and then our tools shape us. So in the end humanity decays along with it's technological extensions... Her mind is her living space... it's recursive, insightful and alarming... everything that art should be.

I don't know if you have read McLuhan's 'Understanding the Media', but if you didn't I guess you would just love it.

I'm sorry for making such long and boring comment, but I just couldn't help it.

This piece is just FANTASTIC!
Eu ando procura no DA, por arte mesmo muito interessante e este foi um achado, s selecciono poucos para os meus favoritos ~~

Muito bom mesmo, orgulha-te do que fizeste :D
Incredible ! what a work : without comment !
CrommCruack Feb 20, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Świetne:) Można się zakochać w tej pracy:) Pozdrawiam;)
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