"Looking At You" Series - by Will KimMedium: Brush Markers, Soft Pastels, & Oil Pastels I have posted these four Looking At You Series all on the separate days and I thought it would be nice to put all the drawings for the same series together. Happy Wednesday all!
Kay Montano @kaymontano "You can bes...Instagram photo
I never buy fashion or women's magazines because it promotes this kind of shackling of women. We are not what we wear or put on our faces or into our stomachs. Why do we do this to ourselves, to our self-image and confidence, and self-esteem? Rise above.
Scarification is a permanent form of adornment which has been practised throughout history. Evidence from Saharan rock paintings suggest it’s use in 8000 – 5000 BC. By cutting the skin and manipulating the healing process or by branding, intricate designs can be created. Scarification in an indigenous context is mostly practised in Africa and Australia.