Tinge (tĭnj) tr.v. : To apply a trace of color to
Tinge (tĭnj) tr.v. : To apply a trace of color to; tint.

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Tinge (tĭnj) tr.v. : To apply a trace of color to
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Warhol Thursdays
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My Rock Stars Experimental, Volume 1, a video installation by Moroccan artist and photographer Hassan Hajjaj
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science-junkie:

An identification chart of 42 North American butterflies.
By artist Eleanor Lutz. You can find the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here.
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A four year old reviews French Laundry and it’s brilliant 
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instagram:


Coloring in Context with @finnanofenno
For more photos and videos of Carlo’s colorful cars, follow @finnanofenno on Instagram
"I want to let people think about social problems in a colorful and funny way," says Instagrammer Carlo Giardina (@finnanofenno), a student and freelance photographer living in Milan whose Instagram photos examine the issue of urban air pollution. He combines images of old cars with colored backgrounds he creates using a paint app on his smartphone, with his finger as the brush and his screen as the canvas. “Each photo has a meaning,” he says. “I’m really attached to them. For the green Volkswagen I just wanted to match the car and the house and tell something about pollution in a funny and maybe grotesque way using simple things like holes, circles and color.”
The Instagram community has also got involved, sending Carlo their car shots using the #finnycar hashtag. “I’m inspired by the fact that with just one double tap you can meet the world and share your inner world with others.”
instagram:


Coloring in Context with @finnanofenno
For more photos and videos of Carlo’s colorful cars, follow @finnanofenno on Instagram
"I want to let people think about social problems in a colorful and funny way," says Instagrammer Carlo Giardina (@finnanofenno), a student and freelance photographer living in Milan whose Instagram photos examine the issue of urban air pollution. He combines images of old cars with colored backgrounds he creates using a paint app on his smartphone, with his finger as the brush and his screen as the canvas. “Each photo has a meaning,” he says. “I’m really attached to them. For the green Volkswagen I just wanted to match the car and the house and tell something about pollution in a funny and maybe grotesque way using simple things like holes, circles and color.”
The Instagram community has also got involved, sending Carlo their car shots using the #finnycar hashtag. “I’m inspired by the fact that with just one double tap you can meet the world and share your inner world with others.”
instagram:


Coloring in Context with @finnanofenno
For more photos and videos of Carlo’s colorful cars, follow @finnanofenno on Instagram
"I want to let people think about social problems in a colorful and funny way," says Instagrammer Carlo Giardina (@finnanofenno), a student and freelance photographer living in Milan whose Instagram photos examine the issue of urban air pollution. He combines images of old cars with colored backgrounds he creates using a paint app on his smartphone, with his finger as the brush and his screen as the canvas. “Each photo has a meaning,” he says. “I’m really attached to them. For the green Volkswagen I just wanted to match the car and the house and tell something about pollution in a funny and maybe grotesque way using simple things like holes, circles and color.”
The Instagram community has also got involved, sending Carlo their car shots using the #finnycar hashtag. “I’m inspired by the fact that with just one double tap you can meet the world and share your inner world with others.”
instagram:


Coloring in Context with @finnanofenno
For more photos and videos of Carlo’s colorful cars, follow @finnanofenno on Instagram
"I want to let people think about social problems in a colorful and funny way," says Instagrammer Carlo Giardina (@finnanofenno), a student and freelance photographer living in Milan whose Instagram photos examine the issue of urban air pollution. He combines images of old cars with colored backgrounds he creates using a paint app on his smartphone, with his finger as the brush and his screen as the canvas. “Each photo has a meaning,” he says. “I’m really attached to them. For the green Volkswagen I just wanted to match the car and the house and tell something about pollution in a funny and maybe grotesque way using simple things like holes, circles and color.”
The Instagram community has also got involved, sending Carlo their car shots using the #finnycar hashtag. “I’m inspired by the fact that with just one double tap you can meet the world and share your inner world with others.”
instagram:


Coloring in Context with @finnanofenno
For more photos and videos of Carlo’s colorful cars, follow @finnanofenno on Instagram
"I want to let people think about social problems in a colorful and funny way," says Instagrammer Carlo Giardina (@finnanofenno), a student and freelance photographer living in Milan whose Instagram photos examine the issue of urban air pollution. He combines images of old cars with colored backgrounds he creates using a paint app on his smartphone, with his finger as the brush and his screen as the canvas. “Each photo has a meaning,” he says. “I’m really attached to them. For the green Volkswagen I just wanted to match the car and the house and tell something about pollution in a funny and maybe grotesque way using simple things like holes, circles and color.”
The Instagram community has also got involved, sending Carlo their car shots using the #finnycar hashtag. “I’m inspired by the fact that with just one double tap you can meet the world and share your inner world with others.”
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digg:

Watch the Queen of England age through bank notes.
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papermagazine:

Happy birthday to two-time Paper cover girl, MIA! Photo by Jessica Craig Martin.
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hannahsider:

Ewa Wladymiruk (Supreme)
Hannah Sider ©
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