At first glance, Bruno Catalano’s sculptures look incomplete. Look again and you’ll notice that Catalano created these disappearing travelers with missing midsections on purpose. Awaiting an unknown destination, these travelers, with their determined lack of volume, invite the viewer to mentally fill in what’s missing. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
This month has been the deadliest month yet for foreign troops in Afghanistan. The U.S. Department of Defense now reports that one hundred coalition troops were killed this month. The death toll for 2010 to date now stands at 320. With soldiers and equipment still arriving in the country, peak troop strength is anticipated to reach 150,000 by August. Collected here are images of the country and conflict over the past month. (42 photos total)
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If you’re not ready to tattoo yourself yet, you can consider the temporary tattoo stickers which are all over the place these days, or simply wear an Ed Hardy shirt. Buy if you’re looking for something with a little more style, try the Ink Dishes. Created by Paul Timman, one of the leading tattoo artists in the world and recognized as a specialist in tribal and traditional Japanese designs, these porcelain dishes feature beautiful Japanese tattoos motifs.