Works of Art by Tattoo Artist Dr. Woo Artist Creates Stunning Landscapes Entirely Out of Food EmailEmail Pictures of food and pictures of art do well on the internet, so London-based photographer Carl Warner wised up and combined the two into a deliciously creative and ingenious set of landscapes crafted entirely out of food called ‘Foodscapes.’ The 25-year veteran advertisement photographer came up with the idea to photograph clever arrangements of cabbage oceans, mashed-potato mountains and salami rivers roughly 10 years ago, but only in 2008 did it receive international recognition. Since then, he has continued developing the idea, using his experience with artificial lighting and tabletop photography to create new delicious foodscapes. Website: carlwarner.com Cheesescape Fishscape Candy Cottage Bread Village Salami Tuscany Pumpkin Paradise Cucumber Bridge Red Hot Chilli Scorpion White Chocolate Castle Chocolate Express Broccoli Forest Salmon Sea Celery Island Salami Mountains and River Tuscan Landscape Tuscan Market Cabbage Sea Celery Forest Breadford & Cheesedale Stilton Cottage
Most Beautiful Mehndi Designs 6K views 532 days ago by DezineGuide Mehndi is the application of henna as a temporary form of skin decoration in India, Pakistan and few other countries. Like Dislike 0 points Vote: 18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently This list has been expanded into the new book, “Wired to Create: Unravelling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind,” by Carolyn Gregoire and Scott Barry Kaufman. Creativity works in mysterious and often paradoxical ways. Creative thinking is a stable, defining characteristic in some personalities, but it may also change based on situation and context. Inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere and then fail to show up when we most need them, and creative thinking requires complex cognition yet is completely distinct from the thinking process. Neuroscience paints a complicated picture of creativity. And psychologically speaking, creative personality types are difficult to pin down, largely because they’re complex, paradoxical and tend to avoid habit or routine. While there’s no “typical” creative type, there are some tell-tale characteristics and behaviors of highly creative people. They daydream. According to Kaufman and psychologist Rebecca L. They observe everything.
rafael sica - ordinário - UOL Blog Tattoo Ideas for Men & Women Tattoo Ideas Vol 1 Here’s a great collection of tattoo ideas for men, women, boys and girls! I’m a big fan of tattoos and always on the lookout for a great idea I can use for my next one, hopefully you might get inspired too! A great place to start searching for tattoo ideas is pinterest where you’ll find masses of weird & wonderful tattoos. See more tattoo ideas, urban & street art and catch up with me on google plus here – Mr Pilgrim Street Artist
Artist Reveals Her Mixed Media Tools By Placing Them Next To Her Drawings “How did she do that?” must’ve been one of the most frequent questions after seeing Karla Mialynne’s works. In order to clear the doubts, the artist now photographs all of the tools she used right next to her paintings. You can see that Karla mostly uses watercolor pencils, colored markers and acrylic paint to create her highly realistic drawings. Check out her instagram feed for more! Source: instagram.com She Also Reveals How To Draw An Owl And This Is Karla Taking a Selfie (Notice Her Custom Made Phone Cover)
The Art of Mehndi - Making Your Own Cones for Applying Henna Paste Henna paste can be applied several different ways. Some use a toothpick and carefully place the design on bit by bit. Some use little squeeze bottles and apply it in smooth lines. What You Will Need: Small freezer bags - one will make 2 cones Scissors Scotch tape Twist ties Step One: Cut the freezer bag into squares The size you make the cones is up to you, but you don't want it too big or it will be hard to handle. Step Two: Make a funnel shape out of the square This is not as easy as it sounds. Step Three: Taping the cone After you get the funnel exactly how you want it, you will need to tape along the side edges where the plastic overlaps. Step Four: Filling the cone Now you will want to put your prepared henna paste in the cone. Step Five: Closing the cone One who is experienced in using the cones (or even in using decorating bags) can usually just twist the end of the cone and apply the paste. And that's it! Next page > Part 4: Creating your Own Patterns & Designs > Page 1, 2, 3, 4
Meditation For People Who Don't Meditate (A 12-Step Guide) Congratulations! You want to meditate, but you’re not sure what to do. If you’re one who can’t handle too much esoteric sweetener in your spiritual coffee, here's a great guide to starting up a meditation practice from scratch. The benefits of meditation can be easily outmatched by the frustration of actually trying to meditate. 1. Do you really want this? 2. Wipe away eye-crusties. 3. This could be in a chair or cross-legged on the floor, hips permitting. 4. ... The point is to focus awareness, not shut it down. 5. Inhale, roll the shoulders up to your ears. Every time you feel yourself hunching forward or slumping, reset your spinal situation with this inhale/exhale rolling shoulder magic. 6. Duh. 7. No rush or pause. Focus on the area between your nostrils and your upper lip. It may seem easy, but the mind often wanders in pursuit of everything else. 8. There are days when closing my eyes is like flipping over an old log. 9. 10. When they arrive, avoid holding on. 11. 12. Start small.
Design Observer 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. Collected below are recent images of skin art and a few glimpses into the owners of these tattoos and their reasons for modifying their own bodies. [36 photos] 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. Pathologist Dr. Artist Vincent Myers tattoos Wendy, age 72, in his shop in Finksburg, Maryland, on March 21, 2012.
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