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January 2014 ☞ Photography ☞ by Brazilian photographer Hid Saib. He used luminescent neon paint to create these striking portraits. More about Hid Saib and his works here.

Sexual color par Gabriel Wickbold

Sexual color par Gabriel Wickbold

Paint-Exploding Photography - Trend Hunter has had its fair share of body paint and liquidified doses, but I have to say that the work of Gabriel Wickbold is something else enti.

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Nicolas Malinowsky is a French artist who works as a graphic designer within the ill-Studio, a Paris-based creative platform. This series is taken from “Death and the afterlife”, his first solo exhibition.

A child from the Surma tribe of Ethiopia wearing traditional face paint

Photographer's portraits of African tribes who can teach us happiness

German photographer Mario Gerth - A child from the Surma tribe of Ethiopia wearing traditional face paint

Sam Skinner at Fivetwenty Model Management captured by the lens of Ian Chang in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online. Hair & Make-up: Shannon Williams Illustrator: Rebecca Coltorti

Sam Skinner at Fivetwenty Model Management captured by the lens of Ian Chang in exclusive for Fucking Young! Hair & Make-up: Shannon Williams Illustrator: Rebecca Coltorti

Ghost od A.S 1 by Christian Larssen

vvolare: “ "Ghost of A.I," acrylic on paper Bo Christian Larsson - 2012 ”

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GREY SHADES OF SILVER - "Spring cover of the publication of fashion photographer Rankin's trilogy. In this book, her centre piece is avant-garde make-up artist Ayami Nishimura. Make-up and photography fashion art.

Ashkan Honarvar - Faces, 2009 - pen on photograph “Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. It occurs in places you least expect, revealing its art in the human body, but also cruelly absent in the presence of deformation and scars. Honarvar depicts an undeniable, unavoidable beauty by accepting the darker sides of human nature.”

Faces 2 This series constitutes Ashkan Honarvar’s search for an identity and the physical and psychological wounds inflicted on soldiers by war. Ashkan Honarvar used existing pictures of young First World War soldiers with facial mutilations.

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