I reblog this every time it pops up, because there’s something so comforting about it.
Obviously a long and comfortable acquaintance with these two. The cat barely notices the rabbit, and rabbits only flop over like that when they feel relaxed and safe. The rabbit is literally trusting that cat with his life.
I am dead.
Solitude by Joe Fenton
Process shots show firstly working in graphite, then later adding ink and acrylic.
Part ONE of a two part picture story:
One year ago yesterday, I had my first hook suspension. It took place while I was on tour in Dallas, TX. It was private, with only three other people in the room - Allen Falkner, Courtney, and the photographer. This could’t have come at a better time in my life. I had seen many suspensions over the years. I always respected it and thought it was a beautiful thing. I never thought I would ever consider doing it myself, until I was in the worst phase of my life I have lived through to date. I needed something drastically therapeutic to happen to help me get through what I was dealing with.
I contacted Allen expressing my interest in dealing with this through suspension. He said yes right away. Founder of TSD, member of APP, creator of www.Suspension.org, and all around inspirational person and now good friend. The list could go on. I can’t thank Allen enough for that day. Suspension for me did what no drug, no friend, no family, no therapist could ever have done for me. This act of therapeutic meditation changed my life in so many positive ways, I wouldn’t be the new and better person I am today without it.
I could really write a whole book on my experience and how much it effects me on a daily basis, but I think sharing these photos for the first time is more powerful than words. I’m not the most eloquent person, and I’ve always thought images were much stronger than anything I could say. Attached is a link Allen had sent me after my family found out about all of my suspensions. It was very upsetting to them. They still don’t understand why, but now at least they have accepted that it’s part of who I am.
So here is to one year of happiness, hope, health, and hooks.
This lady is lovely!
LADYS NIGHT FUN WITH ME
THAT IS GORGEOUS
heterochromia is one of the coolest aesthetics the human body can muster
a very groovy mutation
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