while other girls put roses in their hair,
i was told to wrap thorns around my neck.
delicacy was reserved for the ivory,
brutality served to brown beauties.
Javier Pérez - Trans (formaciones) I (2010)
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie Nyree Photo
Model: Gisèle Pletzer
Stylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
but whyyyyy is there no artist credit?
The artist’s name is Hirotoshi Ito and here is his website:
Thank you for the update!!! Always credit the artist!
Had a big photo/video shoot a couple of days ago!It was so great to have such a talented team, It ended up being a very long day, but so much fun, and I adore the images I’ve seen so far! More to come :)
Photographer: Olivia Lazer
MUA: Juel B
Headpiece: The Plumed Serpent
Video Crew: Session 7 Media
Citipati, Lord of the Cemetery, is a Tibetan Buddhist figure which loosely represents intertwined male and female skeletons. These two androgynous figures which together form Citipati are considered to be guardians of cemeteries and are honored by semiannual ritualistic dances. As Citipati is comprised of the two halves of the human body, man and woman, the figure is also said to symbolize the counterparts of the human life cyle, birth and Death.