Float v. float路ed, float路ing, floats Middle English floten, from Old English flotian; see pleu- in Indo-European roots. a. To remain suspended within or on the surface of a fluid without sinking; b. To be suspended in or move through space as if supported by a liquid; c. to put forth (as a proposal) for acceptance; to be lighter than air, and to move slowly through it; to suggest an idea for people to consider to see how they will react;
Published on May 2, 2015
'Diminutive' 4th Issue of Float Photo Magazine. Featuring David Levinthal, June Korea, Ido Abramsohn and other great artists.