Estevan oriol


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blessed be the queen

“Queen Isabella … introduced the ‘garments of the grand neckline,’ where the dress was open to the navel. This fashion eventually led to the application of rouge to freely display nipples, those ‘little apples of paradise’ to placing diamond-studded rings or small caps on them, even piercing them and passing gold chains through them decorated with diamonds, possibly to demonstrate the youthful resilience of the bosom.”


Valentine’s day in Japan and public opinion of tattoos – NVU with Shoji Fujii

Today I met my friend, Shoji Fujii at the Café Rouge in Paris. We talked about a lot of things, for instance, did you know that in Japan on Valentine’s day it is the little girls that give the chocolates to the boys that they are interested in and not the other way around? How many chocolates you get is a sign of your popularity. If the mom’s are worried that their son won’t get any chocolates, she goes out and buys some for him, this is the ultimate insult and to avoid this kind of embarrassment often the boys buy their own chocolates so they don’t have to come home empty handed.

In 1995 Shoji met the publisher of Street Magazine while he was working at Vivienne Westwood and that was the start of his photography career. He likes tattoos and he sees them as a personal stamp that sets you apart from the others. He feels that without a tattoo the focus tends to be on the body, the face or the voice but when you have a tattoo people look at what is drawn  on you. He got his first tattoo when he was 22 and for that he chose the strong symbol of a dragon. His Chinese sign is a Rat. His second tattoo was two dragons on either side of the first dragon. The Bird of Paradise on his arm came from a t-shirt that he really liked and is probably the most common tattoo in China symbolizing that even when they die, like the phoenix it regenerates and comes back to life.

When Shoji was a child growing up in Kyoto he identified people with tattoos as [...]


you can have her I don’t want her

Pia wrote:
“you might enjoy my photos”
I relied:
“i do
who are
you
?”
she:
“my name is pia. im 22. love in ny. go to parsons. from la. ”


And her blog is:
http://piaarrobio.com/


Pia, are you italian?


I meant…

October…
Not September…
California…


sang bleu goes hollywood

I will be in California from the 2nd till the 24th of September.
Let’s meet!
;)


Filip Leu’s psychedelic work—part1

On Matthieu’s—Filip’s bother-in-law’s—arm.
In progress.
Wow.