I bought the L’oreal color riche in golden splendour and it inspired me to do this afro futuristic android look.
I love this makeup it was so fun to just go with my flow and I felt unnatural and robotic in it. I also drew inspiration from Janelle Monae’s Metropolis, it just gives me all the dystopian feels for some reason and I like to think I’m an android that’s not quite right, that part of technology unsettles me, so I decided to approach with that discomfort and integrate it into these photos + makeup. I think for me the appeal of androidom would be the removal of human emotions, I feel everything and I feel it to much. To be robot is to take the humanity out of the equation, I find that I am drawn to creatures and devices that have that lack of humanity aka vampires, androids, always have been. This was interesting and I really do think I may want to pursue and learn more about this concept in makeup. Thanks to arabellesicardi for introducing my to the concept of robot blogging, though I would like to clarify I in no way understand what your agenda is about or am implying this has to do wit it. It led me to understand my own interpretations of personhood and existence within a body and a space and an emotion and what that can present itself as. I wish I was programmable and easily renewable, I think it also addresses my fear of vulnerability in terms of decay and aging.
So with that said I present the Shelly 4000, fully equipped with human like synthetic skin, multiple language packages that can be uploaded, can be programmed for whatever tasks you needs and only needs to be charged 2 out of 24 hours. The shelly 4000 can replicate human facial expressions but does not experience emotions.
Makeup by me
Concept by me
Photography by my s.o Henry walker.
Collegehumors’ new video is on point as always
I think this video is actually a good example of white-allyship.
Let me explain. The basic concept of this movie is white people being racist while a (presumably, and seeing most of the College Humor staff, almost positively) white narrator separately mock them to the presumably more “knowledgeable” audience who “get’s it”.
Here’s the thing though….the racist white people are never physically shamed for their racism. They receive no negative consequences for their harmful and negative behavior. And so all we have is this narrator giving us a nudge and a wink while we still have to deal with racism being thrown in our face.
Personally speaking, I tihnk it would be more appropriate (and potentially hilarious) if the racists ending up facing unexpected and harsh consequences for their racism, as doled out by the narrator. A white person holding other white people accountable for their racist behavior.
Don’t get me wrong, I think College Humor has really been getting their shit together lately, I just think they need to further flesh out their understanding of racism and how to combat in order to properly approach it in a comedic manner.