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An Amazing Tattoo Artist – Peter Aursich

An Amazing Tattoo Artist – Peter Aursich
Peter Aurisch, a tattoo artist based out of Berlin, Germany, creates amazing one of a kind works of art that are unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Each piece mirrors Peter’s signature style, merging a whimsical aesthetic with an overall edgy and visually enticing demeanor. His tattoos are exploding with creativity, as he intermingles a vast array of subjects and figures into his works, somehow they all come together to create an overall brilliant cohesive design. Want to see more? Be sure to check out his Facebook page to view his extensive collection. Related:  Tattoos & Body Art

Фото и рисунки, арт и креативная реклама culdesac: the paint evolution for valentine 'the paint evolution' by culdesac for valentine valencia-based designers culdesac have created 'the paint evolution' for the paint company valentine . their collaborative project celebrates the ever changing nature of artistic tools and implements within the valentine brand. brushes and rollers in this creative collection feature an interactive, form-as-function approach to the construction of each piece. one may anticipate the mark and movement of the implement in an artist's hand simply by examining the form of each object. {*style:<i>'genetic mutations give birth to imaginative instruments: the brush compass, pendulum or whip give us a clue to the behavior of paint through sketches and through history' </i>*} -culdesac the 'whip cephalus' is an essential species in the 'action painting' technique a brush which allows for painting by hand a brush in which the painter moves the brush with a clenched fist 'formacterus' was developed due to several geometric mutations, today evolved to photoshop

Mehndi, lace painted with henna Mehndi, even this procedure is called “henna tattoo” became fashionable in the West, thanks to movie stars and models recently – at the end of the 1990s.Unlike real tattoos, which is for life, henna lasts up to three weeks Mehndi is a form of ceremonial art that originated in ancient India in the XII century. The use of mehndi is described in the earlier Vedic ritual books. In Indian tradition, the art of decorating the body of the henna patterns associated with wedding ceremonies.

"Tear Off" Wallpaper by ZNAK | Design Milk - StumbleUpon Applying wallpaper to walls has never been so fun. With this perforated “tear off” wallpaper from ZNAK, you can customize the appearance of your space by tearing off the pieces as you please. The wallpaper is created out of non-woven material and the shapes are inspired by the the transformation process of snakes.

journal homepage - visualdna 樹脂作品 - 金魚養画場 - 美術作家 深堀隆介 オフィシャルサイト 金魚養画場 美術作家 深堀隆介オフィシャルサイト 金魚養画場 > 樹脂作品 樹脂作品 ホーム | お知らせ | 金魚観 | 経歴 | お問い合わせCopyright © Riusuke Fukahori. All rights reserved. Rowing in a lake of milk: Artist uses miniature models to recreate everyday life in food scenes By Tom Goodenough Published: 08:44 GMT, 19 May 2012 | Updated: 11:43 GMT, 19 May 2012 It is not worth crying over spilt milk, goes the old expression. But for one artist, milk being spilt presents a unique opportunity, as these stunning photographs show. And the tiny figurines depicted rowing carefully across the lake of milk seem to be making the most of the chance for some leisure time. Setting sail: the new series by Christopher Boffoli depicts miniature-sized figures in a number of imaginative scenes The picture is part of a collection called Disparity, with each photograph being crafted carefully - taking anything from 15 minutes to three hours to bring to life. Artist Christopher Boffoli says that he chooses food to make his photographs because of its constancy: 'Across cultures, languages, and socio-economic status, food is something that everyone knows and can talk about with some authority and yet mostly without controversy. Fancy a dip? 'The set-ups come for a very organic place.

Tattoos: Addicted to the Needle Humans have been marking their skin permanently for thousands of years. A tattoo can be a remembrance, a constant prayer, a warning, or simply an amazing work of art. The reasons behind it can be intensely personal, decorative, whimsical, or utilitarian. It can signify tribal allegiance, life history, or nothing at all. Use j/k keys or ←/→ to navigate Choose: Artwork on the back of Yi-jun, shown during the 2010 Taiwan International Tattoo Convention in Taipei, on July 31, 2010. US Army soldier Michelle Byrnes from the HHB 3-7 Field Artillery Regiment 3rd Bct 25th ID scans fingers of an Afghan man with Automated Biometric Identification System during a mission in Turkham Nangarhar, Afghanistan, on September 28, 2011. Derek Chambers from Belfast shows his tattoo of the Titanic, aboard the MS Balmoral Titanic memorial cruise ship in the Atlantic Ocean, on April 12, 2012. Pathologist Dr. A tattooed participant in the Hampton Roads Tattoo Festival holds her baby in Virginia, on March 3, 2012.

We Are All Part of the Same Thing Australian artist Dominique Falla created this fantastic thread and nail poster as an entry for this year’s Positive Posters competition. It”s beautiful and wh o doesn”t love rainbow colors? “For too long, people have viewed themselves as separate and I wanted to represent a multitude of individuals using the nails, and then coloured string to show how we are all interconnected, and that together, we can make something beautiful.” The Disquieting Food Art of Stephen J Shanabrook The Disquieting Food Art of Stephen J Shanabrook July 7, 2009, 5:31 pm 2 Comments "Evisceration of waited moments," Stephen J Shanabrook. Photo via Stephen J Shanabrook is a New York and Moscow-based artist who uses food both as medium and metaphor. In the 1990s, Shanabrook, who spent his youth working at a chocolate factory, went to morgues in Russia and the US and made molds from the fatal wounds of anonymous people, cast dark chocolate pieces, placing them into luxury chocolate boxes. "On the road to heaven the highway to hell," Stephen Shanabrook. Shanabrook casts "The remnants of a suicide bomber" in dark chocolate for the sculpture "On the road to heaven the highway to hell." Chocolate Box: Morgue "Chocolate Box : Morgue," Stephen Shanabrook. "Chocolate Box : Morgue," Stephen Shanabrook. Unidentified "Unidentified," Stephen Shanabrook. Wedding Favors "Wedding Favors," Stephen Shanabrook. 2006. Early Chocolate Work "I Eat People, They Eat Me," Stephen Shanabrook. 1992.

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