John Light as Oberon and Matthew Tennyson as Puck, in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Globe. Directed by Dominic Dromgoole
How had I not reblogged any of these yet.
Be my fairy king, Oberon!
EVERY TIME I SEES, I REBLOGS.
COSPLAY: MASS EFFECT
"This is more of the Slender Gent’s work. I got as many as I could if only because I was in love with this guys work. There’s something I can’t help loving about it all. Maybe it was just because the guy did a tiger with a bunch of eyes." More on his face book here as well as the tiger I fell in love with on this photoset
“I actually found out who this artist was, which, was awesome. Those were found in a little cafe in the city. The guys there were nice enough to let me take a few snaps before I ducked on out. I’m planning to write a bigger blog when I actually can settle down and go though all the photos.
More of this guy’s art work can be found here.
"I’m not sure this is technically graffiti, those were put up for free comic book day for one of the comic book stores in Brisbane. And I just stumbled upon them in a random alleyway. Still, I thought it was nice example of art being in a public space."
"The ideas behind those photos came from a single idea. At what point do we start considering the difference between proper "art" and "graffiti" or defacement of property? A lot of those photos I took involved going down creepy abandoned alley ways and climbing a few fences. As well as ignoring a few "private property" signs before I found those beautiful gems. But I figure that’s the artist adapting to the canvas. The difference between painting on a canvas and in the dead of night is the danger levels. - Christopher Ferenc - Photographer.