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Shoots : Miss G Designs – Custom Feather Headpieces From California

Midnight – Shot for Superior Magazine editorial August 2012 Photography: Daniel Jung, Model: Alexandra Matthews

minus the third eye, I like the half red face and feathers

Halloween Make-up Pocahontas Indian Costume idea for the Halloween costume party.

TOMAAS creëert surrealistische, maar toch realistische mode en beauty. Zijn edgy stijl is levendig, dramatisch en subtiel. Zijn  selectie van locaties verleidt hem innig te vangen zijn onderdanen en hun omgeving.   Zijn werk is geweest en nog steeds worden weergegeven op een steeds groter aantal internationale publicaties en New York galeries. Prachtig beeld heeft TOMAAS altijd. In zijn werk zie je fotografische ervaring waar het onderwerp, de sfeer en omgeving samenvloeien tot een verhaal.

Fashion Photography by TOMAAS

IS THIS A HAT OR MASK?New York-based fashion & art photographer Tomaas’ Plastic Fantastic series - The model is staged with various plastic items such as straws, tubing, platters, and bottles

Midnight – Shot for Superior Magazine editorial August 2012 Photography: Daniel Jung

SUPERIOR ONLINE August 2012

stayven-carnivale: “ Midnight – Shot for Superior Magazine editorial August 2012 Photography: Daniel Jung ”

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tits-tats-n-tutus: “Pagan Love Song by Genevieve-Amelia Photographer: Vlad Savin Model: Alice Kelson MUA/Hair: Sharyn Mildren - Hair & Makeup Artist Styling: Krissie Cao Styling Assistant/Headpieces:.

Tribal Dance

asylum-art: “ Headdresses by Miss G Designs in “Midnight” Midnight for Superior Magazine August 2012 Photography: Daniel Jung Models: Alexandra Mathews & Daniel Ribiat Hairstylist: Teal Druda Makeup.

"She was beautiful, but she was beautiful in the way a forest fire was beautiful: something to be admired from a distance, not up close.”  ― Terry Pratchett, Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch

"She was beautiful, but she was beautiful in the way a forest fire was beautiful: something to be admired from a distance, not up close.” ― Terry Pratchett, Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch

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