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Category Archive: Fashion

Coin art

Coin art - necklace of coins "Owl"

Coin art – necklace of coins “Owl”

Generally, the coin in jewelry and souvenirs – not a novelty. Gypsy necklace created from a variety of levels of coins of different denominations. They also decorated scarves edges with coins, and while dancing they provocatively rang with the movement of dancers. From coins are made different pendants, charms, talismans. Recently revived different types of money trees, gift toads and piggy banks pleasant to the eye. It is believed that feng shui work is not only pretty, but also very symbolic as material well-being accompanied the holder of such toys. And the process of its manufacture can be excellent relaxer. Working with coins and other small things can solve endless problems. The souvenirs of the coins made ​​with hands, with imbedded in them the soul of a creator, will serve as a real mascot, attracting to you financial prosperity and good fortune.
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Makeup Artist Sandra Rakasova

Artwork by professional makeup artist and beautician Sandra Rakasova

Artwork by professional makeup artist and beautician Sandra Rakasova (Sandra MUArtist)

Professional Makeup Artist Sandra Rakasova, known as Sandra MUArtist, is originally from Czech Republic, currently living in Dublin, Ireland. Sandra has always loved makeup, and she is lucky to turn her passion into successful career. Qualified beautician Sandra is a very creative person, whose ideas & makeup inspiration come from every aspect of life. Sandra has the highest qualification both in Art and Makeup Artistry. Sandra is mainly specializing in editorial, fashion, and creative makeup & likes to work mainly with top makeup brands from variety of suppliers. These beautiful female portraits by makeup artist Sandra Rakasova became possible due to the collaboration with a creative team of professional photographer and a beautiful model.
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Body art project by Valeria Kutsan

Body art project '2D or not 2D' by Russian master of body art Valeria Kutsan and photographer Alexander Khokhlov

Body art project by Valeria Kutsan ‘2D or not 2D’, photographer Alexander Khokhlov

Body art project by Valeria Kutsan. Russian stylist, makeup artist and master of body art Valeria Kutsan works in a creative duo with a professional photographer Alexander Khokhlov. Their body art is always surprising and impressive. It seems we’ve seen all about what a painting on the body is and we are no longer surprised by Kandinsky on the back of the girls’ heads or realistic animals on the faces of the models. However, please be assured that if you have never met with the works of Alexander Khokhlov and Valeria Kutsan, you’re going to be surprised at what they do. In this selection of amazing body art works you can meet with an optical illusion that through body painting converted people in paintings of impressionists, expressionists, pop art artists and other members of the avant-garde currents. This body art project is called “2D or not 2D”.
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Anna Halldin Maule hyper realistic oil painting

Her Secret Weapon. Hyper realistic oil painting by Swedish artist Anna Halldin Maule

Her Secret Weapon. Hyper realistic oil painting by Swedish artist Anna Halldin Maule

Anna Halldin Maule hyper realistic oil painting. These hyper realistic oil paintings were created by the talented duo of artists husband and wife Tom Maule and Anna Halldin Maule. With incredible attention to detail, they draw amazingly beautiful female portraits. Swedish artist Anna Halldin Maule was born on January 6, 1972 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and her husband Tom was born in Hawaii in 1970. They have been married since 2002 and form a unique partnership of love and creativity. The couple live on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.
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Count Blue Animal Cling Rings

Count Blue Animal Cling Rings Jiro Miura

A bear, a tiger and a pig rings. Work by Japanese self-taught artist and designer Jiro Miura – Count Blue Animal Cling Rings

Count Blue Animal Cling Rings
Made by Japanese self-taught artist Jiro Miura cling rings are, in fact, miniature sculptures of animals. Japanese designer and artist of applied art Jiro Miura has created a stunning gallery of pieces of jewelry. These cling rings are made in the form of various animals. The artist couldn’t even imagine these animal rings and earrings would become so popular that he would have to create his own brand name – ‘Count Blue’, under which he works now. The price for such artful pieces of jewelry is quite affordable ranging from $15 to $200 for one ring.
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Dolce & Gabbana Applied Art

Dolce & Gabbana Applied art

Milan, Italy. Dolce & Gabbana Applied Art. Fall-Winter 2014/2015 Artful collection

Dolce & Gabbana Applied Art
Fall-Winter 2014/2015 luxurious collection demonstrates inspiration with applied art and its triumph – Fingerless gloves, embroidered with beads and stones, handbags and shoes in stones and rhinestones, coats and jackets with embroidery, whimsical floral appliques and prints – a truly amazing collection in detail for inspiration and creativity. As always, Dolce & Gabbana was creative, luxurious and fairy-tale like, from “Once upon a time in Sicily…” beginning. The ‘key’ motif was literally the key itself, gold key prints covered beautiful textile.
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