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Starry night 🖤
"For they could not love you
But still your love was true
And when no hope was left in sight
On that starry, starry night
You took your life, as lovers often do
But I could have told you, Vincent
This world was never meant for one
As beautiful as you." #art#mandala#artistsofinstagram#instagood#happy#starrynight
The complete pictures of my previous project had a great experience while working on it.The concept is unique and I put all the element related to mini pub it’s a private place of my client.So here I got a chance to create something extraordinary in the walls.In this project I also given a tribute to Heath ledger who played the role of joker and created a artistic painting by using spray paints which gives the realistic looks and the whole ambience is converted.Thank you Vishal D'cruz for your efforts and hard work in the work thank you so much for your support buddy.
Just because it’s pride month doesnt mean that greedy corporations who dont give a fuck abt the lgbt should bandwagon for money and exploit the community. Know why we are here, why we fight.
Instead support smaller businesses who do care about the community, rather than do it for the sake of sales. Pride month exists for us to be visible
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Nadya Lambreva is an artist born and raised in Bulgaria. She travelled the world and lived in places like Dubai, Turkey, China and Thailand. Her artwork highlights her love for the human eye, the female features and the divine feminine. It’s a combination of colour, texture and symbolism. Nadya studied art back in her home country and during her travels selling her work internationally. Nowadays, Nadya creates out in her home studio in Los Angeles. Continuing to work on pieces that challenge the viewer to see with their mind’s eye. Some of her pieces represent the idea that you have to see with your heart, not your mind and fall in love with souls, not faces.
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Morgens, morgans, or marie-morganes are Welsh and Breton water spirits that are usually benevolent. Most of them will flee at your approach in the blink of an eye. They're said to give blessings to children since they are pure of intention. If she meets an obedient and wise child, the marie-morgane will give them gifts from her underwater palace such as gold, pearls and precious gems. However, some could go as far as being aggressive and drown the unfortunate men that would stumble upon them or try to chase them down.
They'd be responsible for drowning simply by baiting greedy men with glimpses of underwater gardens with buildings of gold or crystal. They're also blamed for heavy flooding that destroys crops or villages in Brittany. In the story of the drowning of Ys—a city in Brittany—the king's daughter Dahut became a morgen after being bewitched by the Devil. Because she sinned and the whole city sinned with her, Ys collapsed and was flooded with water. Like the Atlantis, Ys disappeared forever.
The morgens are eternally young and beautiful, and like Sirens they sit in the water and comb their long hair; Morgens also are said to crown endless ropes and crowns of gladiolus.
La Lorelei is a usually very beautiful woman, usually portrayed as a sort of siren who, sitting on the cliff above the Loire lures men to their demise.
Combing her luscious and long hair, she unwittingly distracts shipmen with her beauty and song, causing them to ignore the traitorous currents of the river and crash on the rocks.
She is described as malicious, cheeky even, but also very proud of her beauty.
Her legend is ancient, and you can encounter the Lorelei in Germany where she even has a mountain named after her. And even over there, she's considered like a malicious mermaid that would take advantage of men... And ultimately kill them.
Various myths in France feature Melusine (origining around 1300 C.E), but they all take roots in the same imagery.
Melusine was a splendid young woman, sitting alone in a forest by a fresh stream of water until a nobleman finds her by accident (whether lost in his hunting campaign or escaping the grief of his uncle's death.) The woman was fair-haired, her feet and hands nimble and soft, and when the sire Raymondin saw her and heard her gentle voice, he deeply fell in love with her and quickly asked for her hand.
The sole condition to their union: never try to see her on Saturdays. Raymondin was too infatuated to even think about challenging her, and for years their marriage was wonderfully happy. Melusine gave birth to ten healthy sons, gave her husband a prosperous domain and fostered jealousy in their neighbours' hearts. One Saturday evening, Raymondin's own brother spoke up about his wife's absence, deliberately insinuating Melusine was carrying an affair on Saturdays under the blessing of her ignorant husband.
Enraged, Raymondin hurried to his wife's chambers and spied through the keyhole in the hope to catch Melusine's lover. Melusine was sitting on the edge of her bath, naked, yet not with another man. The top half of her body was fair, perfectly human although under her bellybutton, a fishtail or a snake tail was slithering under the water of the tub, scaly and monstrous. And when she spotted the eye of Raymondin, her howl resonated in the castle. Grabbing her clothes, she swiftly jumped from the window where she was seen flying away to Avalon, not before predicting the demise of their lineage in less than a century and a day.
Ever since, you can spot Melusine floating around the castle of Lusignan, and hear her wailing in Poitou's chimneys upon her descendants' death.
🇬🇧 Hi, guys! The girl with the head in the clouds, here on the position 😅 I had fun with this self portrait and I thought it’s a good opportunity to share a few things about me:
🍒 Illustration is my full-time job. I make a living working on commissioned art, like children's books or graphics for companies and creating and selling stationery products in my shop.
🍒 I’ve never had an office job. After I finished my Master’s, I dove in the freelance world head first. Luckily, I had some saved money to keep me going for the first few months, because it wasn’t easy.
🍒 I love to travel and I also lived for a while in different places. So far I called home Denmark, Netherlands, Spain, Croatia and Australia (for a tiny bit), but nothing is like coming home to my lovely studio in Bucharest.
🍒 Nice to meet you! Is there anything else you’d like to know about me or do you want to share something about you? Drop me a message below 🌻
🇷🇴 Bună! Aici fata cu capul în nori, pe poziție 😅 M-am jucat un pic cu portretul acesta așa că m-am gândit că e o ocazie bună să vă povestesc câte ceva despre mine:
🍒 Ilustrația este jobul meu full-time. Lucrez atât pe proiecte, cum ar fi cărți pentru copii sau grafică pentru companii, cât și pentru magazinul meu online, unde creez tot felul de produse de papetărie.
🍒 Nu am avut niciodată un job de birou. După ce am terminat masterul, m-am aruncat cu capul înainte în lumea freelancing-ului. Din fericire, am avut câțiva bani puși deoparte pentru primele luni, pentru că nu a fost ușor la început.
🍒 Îmi place să călătoresc și am avut și oportunitatea să locuiesc în mai multe țări. Până acum, am fost ‘acasă’ în Danemarca, Olanda, Spania, Croația și Australia (pentru puțin timp), dar nimic nu se compara cu studioul meu adorabil din București.
🍒 Mă bucur să vă cunosc! Dacă aveți vreo altă întrebare, sau dacă ați vrea să îmi povestiți puțin despre voi, lăsați un comentariu la aceasta postare 🌻