Ph: Holly Burnham
Mua: Leah Sara Bassett
Stylist: Pam Haner
Ph: Holly Burnham Mua: Leah Sara Bassett Stylist: Pam Haner Model: Onoh
Bittersweet day…came home earlier to find the neighborhood outdoor cat in my yard, ‘playing’ with a wild rabbit. The cat had fucked this rabbit up, gutting its sides and exposing its entrails. The entire scene, mixed with the smell of blood and the day’s 100* heat made for the stuff of nightmares. Bryce shooed the cat away, and I, feeling compassionate and equally useless, crouched down beside the poor rabbit and watched it did. I just didn’t want that animal to die alone, you know? A few hours later, we survey the yard and find the same cat swatting at something unseen. What we found was the rabbit’s burrow, with four wee bunnies ensconced in the earth and grass. We scooped them up, placing them in a box with grass from their burrow, where they are sleeping now. We’re delivering them to the Prairie Park Nature Center tomorrow morning, but in the mean time, lots of ‘awwwwwe’s 🐰
ONOH + David Luke Chon
ONOH + David Chon
It’s time we talked about humankind’s first artistic subject: the nude body.
The nude is a deeply ingrained form of human expression — the oldest piece of ‘art’ is an abstract female nude, the Venus of Hohle Fels — and most recorded civilizations have tolerated, if not embraced the art nude. Yet, the nude is something that we, in the modern world, struggle to find comfort with, as a creative expression.
ONOH + david chon
Myself and a team of other KU art students are spending July working on various sculpture pieces, commissioned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City commemorating the Fed’s centennial. Psyched, also mad nervous! My @barrrf shirt helped me pray for my inner hater and keep the art mojo flowing. Thanks bae! (at University of Kansas - Art and Design Building)
ONOH + david chon
Photo: David Chon