gta 5 screenshot

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Imma just post what I love okay, I hate instagram by the way it always ruins pic quality and stuff so hello.🖤 You can add me on PSN: AsenathHanare.

So i’m re-playing gta 5, and I’m at a mission, but decided to stop to make some selfies, and can’t stop laughing cause this happend:


“Just chilling with my bf, who’s instant playing with his phone.”


“Oh, there you go, the cigarettes again…”


“Come on Mikey, das not good for you!”


His face says either “bedroom” or “i’m so done with your shit”.


“Uh, so I see you’re checking out my ass? Like what you see?”


Accordingly to his face, he’s so done with this world.

I’m awfully sorry, I had to!

Oh god, guys!!!

Michael just run into Trevor’s apartment (didn’t even knew that’s possible, when not on a mission), and he just found Mr. Raspberry Jam…

Here he’s like:

“What a cute little teddy bear T got! 😇”


And here he found out the naked truth. If the saying “i’m not amused” had a face, it would be THIS!


I’m so sorry you had to see this Mickey! D:



Bonus:


He found Trevor’s “toys”, and he looks so much happier now!

Extra Bonus:


He came out of the apartment and run into Trevor, who wasn’t quite amused seeing him. Woke up in the hospital, lol.

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Grand Theft Auto V

By tom le chat

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NEW PROJECT GTAV/Streetphotography

follow the project on this thumblr : http://benoitpscreenshot.tumblr.com

«A simulacra is an object that does not refer to any underlying reality, but claims to be this reality itself.»jean baudrillard

The photographic performance of this project is to overlay a material reality with a virtual one, erasing the border between the two worlds

Through my wanderings in the game, I observes the surrounding elements with the same look that I uses in my artistic practice in the real world. I strives to demonstrate that photography is not a reality but a means to disclose a tiny part of our vision and perception of the world around us, and to show dissolution/fusion of phenomenal reality within virtual worlds.This series is also a response/adding to the proliferation of visual projects that take place in virtual spaces. It is a questioning about the notion of border and territory

I  have developed a methodology and a creative process for this series. Using my DSLR, I takes screenshots\photography  of my wanderings in the game. Places of interest are marked and located on the map using the game’s GPS system. I would often return in a given virtual location, depending on the light or time of the day, color, and weather.

Through this creative process, within the virtual environment built by a private video game company, I ask questions about the legitimacy and the authorship of artwork created this way. This photographic series raises the question about the possible disappearance of the photographic medium as we know it. Our environment tends to be more and more dematerialized, workspaces are now to be found in the Cloud, relationships and social exchanges take place increasingly in virtual networks , while gamers compete on online networks.