I got an amazing Birthday Present from one of My Bestest Friends designer Kathie Laurent, Founder of Ladoire Couture.I thought i'd share my wonderful 'Lingerie' Jewellery Board with you all!! Its officially called the DANZY PINK :P and it's just the most adorable piece of functional art. My jewellery is now organised and displayed for my admiration and convenience! it makes getting ready a breeze.I wonder if any Make-up Boards are on the way hmmmm....
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Tuesday, 30 August 2011
Chinese artist Liu Bolin camouflages himself into his surroundings with paint. His work requires a lot of patience with him having to pose and work on his photographs for more than ten hours at a time to get it just right. Liu said he wanted to show how city surroundings affected the people living in them.He added that the inspiration behind his work was a sense of not fitting in to modern society, and this intricate art serves as a silent protest against the persecution of artists.
'My job is to choose a good background where I want to be "disappeared", and then stand there unmoved until a design has been painted on me,' he said. 'There are many people who like my work I think because my work has a quiet strength, in the photographs. 'I am standing, but there is a silent protest, the protest against the environment for the survival, the protest against the state. 'I wanted to photograph the reality of scenes of China's development today. 'My work is a kind of reminder, to remind people what the community we live in really looks like, and what kind of problems exist.'
Liu said: 'Some people call me the invisible man, but for me it's what is not seen in a picture which is really what tells the story.