Really?  In my world?  Not even on Halloween!  Maybe this is what REAL mermaids look like from the neck up. Makes about as much sense as REAL mermaids! LOL

Really? In my world? Not even on Halloween! Maybe this is what REAL mermaids look like from the neck up. Makes about as much sense as REAL mermaids! LOL

Magnea Einarsdóttir is an Icelandic designer who studied drawing and pattern cutting at Parsons Paris before applying for London's Central Saint Martins where she was offered a place in the knitwear course since her tutors saw potential in her portfolio, graduating last year with a BA Honors degree.She has been conceptually exploring opposites and how they attract, namely looking at what happens between daylight and darkness in different places such her native island and London skies;

Magnea Einarsdóttir is an Icelandic designer who studied drawing and pattern cutting at Parsons Paris before applying for London's Central Saint Martins where she was offered a place in the knitwear course since her tutors saw potential in her portfolio, graduating last year with a BA Honors degree.She has been conceptually exploring opposites and how they attract, namely looking at what happens between daylight and darkness in different places such her native island and London skies;

TheCarrotbox.com modern jewellery blog : obsessed with rings // feed your fingers!

TheCarrotbox.com modern jewellery blog : obsessed with rings // feed your fingers!

ridacne, Vulci (Italie), 650-580 av. J.-C. H. 13,7 ; l. 21,8 cm Les coquillages, qui servaient de boîtes à fard, vivaient non pas dans la Méditerranée mais dans la mer Rouge ou le golfe Persique. On a retrouvé ce modèle en Etrurie, dans lequel est sculptée une tête féminine, les yeux maquillés à la mode égyptienne. En savoir plus sur http://www.lexpress.fr/diaporama/diapo-photo/culture/art/la-mediterranee-des-pheniciens-de-tyr-a-carthage_501116.html?p=7#uKUjFRqI4iwWUp8B.99

ridacne, Vulci (Italie), 650-580 av. J.-C. H. 13,7 ; l. 21,8 cm Les coquillages, qui servaient de boîtes à fard, vivaient non pas dans la Méditerranée mais dans la mer Rouge ou le golfe Persique. On a retrouvé ce modèle en Etrurie, dans lequel est sculptée une tête féminine, les yeux maquillés à la mode égyptienne. En savoir plus sur http://www.lexpress.fr/diaporama/diapo-photo/culture/art/la-mediterranee-des-pheniciens-de-tyr-a-carthage_501116.html?p=7#uKUjFRqI4iwWUp8B.99

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Airborne jewellery by Stéphanie Van Zwam

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