Tom Fruin’s gorgeous plexiglass and steel watertowers in Brooklyn.
Lili Gabbiano store, or better: Lili Gabbiano stories.
“Hairy” People are passing and gossiping in my new etsy store…See and read some of their comments on my new banner (click here)
This is Bernhard. He is my model for today presenting one of the snobs. The snobs are snobish looking faces that are painted on mediterranean shells found in Peloponnese, Greece and that became now necklaces. The sprayed colorful background indicates if they are portrayed at sunset or during the day at the beach. All of them are part of my HIGH SNOBIETY COLLECTION. and they are available at my pop-up store on Erikousa island.
tears slowly slide down.
When they drip off at the edge and loose contact with her skin
they slowly transform.
They fall and they change into:
magic wooden pieces.
I collected some of them in the forest and put them together as a necklace. You can find them now in my pop-up store in Erikousa island.