The Flood project is the latest work of the Belgian photographer Harry Fayt.
Fayt´s work focuses generally on aesthetic research related to the theme of water. His artisitic concept is based on the female figure in water. Each and every serie and shot is carrefully created in order to transmit beauty, transcendence, angelism and inspiration for the next project.
The Flood project presents Belgian soul singer Typhene Barrow immersed in an underwater world. Every piece of furniture and details are submerged in the artist´s alternate universe, a second nature,as Fayt would like to call the under water world.
Check Fayt´s web site for more under water shots: www.harryfayt.com
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Tattooing has been practiced for centuries in many cultures, particularly in Asia, and spread throughout the world. Various cultures have had their own tattoo traditions, ranging from rubbing cuts and other wounds with ashes, to hand-pricking the skin to insert dyes. Tattooing had different significance in different cultures. For example, in ancient China, tattoos were considered a barbaric practice, in northern India tattoos have been used as cultural symbols among many different tribes, in the Philippines tattoos were a form of rank and accomplishments and some even believed that tattoos had magical qualities and in Europe, during the classic Greek period, tattooing was only common among slaves.
Nowadays people tattoo their body to express their views, religion, subculture, personal experience or simply for the esthetic purposes. It is becoming more and more usual to have a tattoo. Not only usual, having a tattoo is becoming a fashion trend. The most common tattoo styles are traditional, Japanese and tribal and the most common symbols are anchor, butterfly, cross, dragon, angel, heart, rose, skull, star, yin yang and other with simple meanings. However, some people choose to paint their body with way more difficult tattoos and that is when they choose modern tattoo artists. Here are 10 most amazing modern tattoos.
Hi I want to show another amazing wedding video.
With Kadri,the bride, we decided to style an hairdo that permit to her more formal look in the first part of the day (updo) , but for the second part (dancing party) she wanted something more free.
you can see the louse hairdo around minutes 8.00 of the video.
Hair: Me (Janeli Leppik)
Make up: Õnne Rudi
Video: Awentus Heikman – Awentus video
I am Rohit jangid doing miniature wood carving work, i am living in jaipur,rajasthan, india, i learn this work to my father mr. mahesh jangid, and my big brother (mohit jangid )also doing this work, we all three members doing this work in a team,and in study I am doing B.Com part 3 from jaipur, Rajasthan,
1. :- this is my family art that’s why I started learning this work from my childhood time, now I am 19 year old, my father is 44 year old and my brother is 21 year old.
2 :- regarding president award this is a national award gived by president of india, every year ministry of india textile choose best artist for this award,
3. :- all the pieces mad by us 3 members, I have attached my art picturer and their description with photo no.
so here is description of my craft items with photo no. which i have attached with this mail.
ABOUT HE JHAROKHA ( PHOTO NO. 1)
it is like a temple we can carry it on the wall,it is a fine worked wooden decorative piece, as you can see in photo i made a wooden frame and then i made some disigns on it and in the center i made a temple of ram darbar,and we can change it in any others gods as requirment.
ABOUT THE POCKET WATCH ( PHOTO NO. 2)
it is a miniature wood carved pocket watch a decorative piece.the disign of this watch is in round as same as a real pocket watch it opens in two sides in the first side i made taj mahal and in second side i mad red fort,then we can also open the taj in this i made mumtaz maqbara and after open the mumtaz maqbara there is mumtaj’s mummy.
and in second side we can open the red fort in this i made rang mahal. and about chain it opens 3 lid in these i made maharana pratap, shivaji,pruthavi raj chauhan’s statues.
ABOUT THE HAND FAN ( PHOTO NO. 3)
this is a sandalwood hand fan with fine work, it is on shri krishna’s story in scenes. in this item i put 3 scenes in handle and 1 master scene in the center of the round disign.
1st scene of this fan is shree vashudev crossing the river to save baby krishna’s life.
2nd scene is shri krishna taking butter with his brother balarama,
3rd scene is shri krishna dancing on kalia nag and killed him.
in the master scene shri krishna is with radha
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