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instagram:

Reality Bites With @wkass

To see more photos of William’s miniature worlds, follow @wkass on Instagram.

“Using everyday foods in my creations is my way to call attention to the waste in the world and society’s consumer culture,” says São Paulo architect-turned-photographer William Kass (@wkass). William uses raw food and toy figures from his old architecture models to create edible worlds. “What really excites me is photography’s ability to transform everyday foods into something so enormous and surreal,” he says. “I ask myself: ‘If fruits and vegetables were giant, would we put an end to world hunger? If human beings were the size of ants, would there be enough room for everyone on the planet?’ I believe the answer would still be no.”

instagram

instagram:

Reality Bites With @wkass

To see more photos of William’s miniature worlds, follow @wkass on Instagram.

“Using everyday foods in my creations is my way to call attention to the waste in the world and society’s consumer culture,” says São Paulo architect-turned-photographer William Kass (@wkass). William uses raw food and toy figures from his old architecture models to create edible worlds. “What really excites me is photography’s ability to transform everyday foods into something so enormous and surreal,” he says. “I ask myself: ‘If fruits and vegetables were giant, would we put an end to world hunger? If human beings were the size of ants, would there be enough room for everyone on the planet?’ I believe the answer would still be no.”

instagram

instagram:

Reality Bites With @wkass

To see more photos of William’s miniature worlds, follow @wkass on Instagram.

“Using everyday foods in my creations is my way to call attention to the waste in the world and society’s consumer culture,” says São Paulo architect-turned-photographer William Kass (@wkass). William uses raw food and toy figures from his old architecture models to create edible worlds. “What really excites me is photography’s ability to transform everyday foods into something so enormous and surreal,” he says. “I ask myself: ‘If fruits and vegetables were giant, would we put an end to world hunger? If human beings were the size of ants, would there be enough room for everyone on the planet?’ I believe the answer would still be no.”

instagram

instagram:

Reality Bites With @wkass

To see more photos of William’s miniature worlds, follow @wkass on Instagram.

“Using everyday foods in my creations is my way to call attention to the waste in the world and society’s consumer culture,” says São Paulo architect-turned-photographer William Kass (@wkass). William uses raw food and toy figures from his old architecture models to create edible worlds. “What really excites me is photography’s ability to transform everyday foods into something so enormous and surreal,” he says. “I ask myself: ‘If fruits and vegetables were giant, would we put an end to world hunger? If human beings were the size of ants, would there be enough room for everyone on the planet?’ I believe the answer would still be no.”

staff
staff:

classyraptor:

After recently passing the 10,000 follower milestone and getting featured on Tumblr’s radar for the 10th time, I really wanted to make a thank you drawing for the Tumblr staff. A while ago, I made this, so i wanted to make an updated version of that. Thank you for the kindness and support.

You may think of Tumblr staff as an armless, many-faced cutie-pie. 
Thanks, Classy! 

staff:

classyraptor:

After recently passing the 10,000 follower milestone and getting featured on Tumblr’s radar for the 10th time, I really wanted to make a thank you drawing for the Tumblr staff. A while ago, I made this, so i wanted to make an updated version of that. Thank you for the kindness and support.

You may think of Tumblr staff as an armless, many-faced cutie-pie. 

Thanks, Classy! 

instagram

instagram:

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPLineMeetsCorner

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes and hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.

The goal this weekend is to compose photos with a strong line, and where at least one line meets the corner of the frame. Here are some tips to get you started:

  • Keep an eye out for strong lines as you plan your shots. Buildings, roads and other architecture make for great starting points.
  • Try shooting from a little farther back than you might normally. The wider angle gives you more room to crop in, rotate and make the lines meet the corners.
  • For an added challenge, try to hit multiple corners at once. Getting your lines to meet two or all four corners can lead to beautiful results.

PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPLineMeetsCorner hashtag to photos from this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any tagged image taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured Monday morning.

instagram

instagram:

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPLineMeetsCorner

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes and hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post announcing the weekend’s project every Friday.

The goal this weekend is to compose photos with a strong line, and where at least one line meets the corner of the frame. Here are some tips to get you started:

  • Keep an eye out for strong lines as you plan your shots. Buildings, roads and other architecture make for great starting points.
  • Try shooting from a little farther back than you might normally. The wider angle gives you more room to crop in, rotate and make the lines meet the corners.
  • For an added challenge, try to hit multiple corners at once. Getting your lines to meet two or all four corners can lead to beautiful results.

PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPLineMeetsCorner hashtag to photos from this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any tagged image taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured Monday morning.