Intricately Woven Photographs by Jason Chen || Jason Chen weaves multiple photographs into one in a quest to explore “time, movement, process and mutation”. Though distorted from up close, his images bec http://www.fubiz.net/en/2017/09/26/intricately-woven-photographs-by-jason-chen-2/?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest
Intricately Woven Photographs by Jason Chen Jason Chen weaves multiple photographs into one in a quest to explore time movement process and mutation. Though distorted from up close his images become surprisingly cohesive from afar. A unique form of portraiture that captures the complicated nature of people in general. Chen is based in Philadelphia and is the co-founder of Paradigm Gallery Studio. Follow him on Instagram. #xemtvhay
One of Lifehacker's main tasks is to help you save money. But once you've saved money, where should you spend it in order to maximize the usefulness of your money spent—or even your happiness? To answer that, just look at what you spend your day doing, proportionally, and allocate money accordingly. I'm going to call it the comfort principle.