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A Nu Goth interpretation of Black Lady from Sailor Moon.

A Nu Goth interpretation of Black Lady from Sailor Moon.

https://www.behance.net/gallery/31852571/Do-You-Dream-in-Kohler

https://www.behance.net/gallery/31852571/Do-You-Dream-in-Kohler

Red Carpet Cupcakes - great for an Award Show party or a Hollywood party!

Red Carpet Cupcakes - great for an Award Show party or a Hollywood party!

Love these sparkly champagne bottles for a glam Hollywood party or awards show viewing!

Love these sparkly champagne bottles for a glam Hollywood party or awards show viewing!

LULLABELLZ Hollywood Glow XL Pro Vanity Mirror

LULLABELLZ Hollywood Glow XL Pro Vanity Mirror

Beachbabe-Test: An welchen berühmten Strand passt du am besten?

Beachbabe-Test: An welchen berühmten Strand passt du am besten?

I choose this piece of work as I found this texture to be very original and inspiring. I think that when I'm going to producing my model I can use this patterns as it moght plays with light and shadow very nicely, as well as the shadow can be very relaxing for people coming over.

I choose this piece of work as I found this texture to be very original and inspiring. I think that when I'm going to producing my model I can use this patterns as it moght plays with light and shadow very nicely, as well as the shadow can be very relaxing for people coming over.

Rose Quartz by Maureen Kerstein: Watercolor Painting available at www.artfulhome.com Original watercolor painting with tones of rose quartz.

Rose Quartz by Maureen Kerstein: Watercolor Painting available at www.artfulhome.com Original watercolor painting with tones of rose quartz.

Merging botanical forms from England with the delicate plant shapes from her childhood in Japan, ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono produces delicate layered sculptures that appear as frozen floral arrangements. Often monochromatic, the works are focused on carved detail rather than color—repetition of fo

Merging botanical forms from England with the delicate plant shapes from her childhood in Japan, ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono produces delicate layered sculptures that appear as frozen floral arrangements. Often monochromatic, the works are focused on carved detail rather than color—repetition of fo