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Funny pictures about I love mommy. Oh, and cool pics about I love mommy. Also, I love mommy.

Shannon-Holt-body-painting...can you work out how many people are in this body painting of a fox??....:):)

Artist Shannon Holt masterfully turns humans into animals using body paint

Brandon Crone combines multiple tattoo styles to produce cohesive, stunning pieces of body art. Fusing dotwork, blackwork, and geometry, he adorns clients’ arms and chests with designs that flow from intricate angular structures to large areas of solid black. In addition, the non-inked areas of skin create secondary patterns found within the negative space of the tattoos. Through these meticulous shapes, Crone explores “the infinite nature of awareness and the vast potential of the human…

Geometric Sleeve Tattoos Visually Crystalize Across the Body

Brandon Crone combines multiple tattoo styles to produce cohesive, stunning pieces of body art. Fusing dotwork, blackwork, and geometry, he adorns clients&

I know it's crays but this is how I imagine Ophelia in my head covered in flowers... It took me a long time to find this image but I was determined!

"I am captured by body art that incorporates texture", depth and varied media. Sweet Loretta The virgin forest: Body Painting by Evgeny Freeone (Inspired to recreate textured body art from mermaid styling)

Africa | Scarification on a Nuba woman marking the weaning of her first child.  The scarification is achieved by hooking the skin with a thorn and then cutting it with a small knife.

Scarification on a Nuba woman marking the weaning of her first child. The scarification is achieved by hooking the skin with a thorn and then cutting it with a small knife.

This is the idea I was thinking of for the Beto Shadow Warriors. #thegenevaprojectbook #beto The priests and priestesses painted themselves with ash to lighten their skin in great rippling patterns and abrupt angles. About their eyes and foreheads, the ash was dyed in yellow and red to denote their devotion to the great goddess of sight.

The priests and priestesses painted themselves with ash to lighten their skin in great rippling patterns and abrupt angles About their eyes and foreheads the ash was dyed in yellow and red to denote their devotion to the great goddess of sight

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