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Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr (France) - Dandelion
Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists
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Artist on Tumblr
Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr (France) - Dandelion
Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists
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Artist on Tumblr
Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr (France) - Dandelion
Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists
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Artist on Tumblr
Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr (France) - Dandelion
Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists
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Artist on Tumblr
Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr (France) - Dandelion
Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists
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Artist on Tumblr
Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr (France) - Dandelion
Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists
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Artist on Tumblr

Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr (France) - Dandelion

Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists

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A large, “kuro” (black) tomesode which features a large-rendered “houo”, an imaginary bird. The design is accomplished with yuzen resist dyeing, simple embroidery and metallic-thread couching.  Late Meiji period (1900-1911)., Japan.  The Kimono Gallery
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thekimonogallery:

A large, “kuro” (black) tomesode which features a large-rendered “houo”, an imaginary bird. The design is accomplished with yuzen resist dyeing, simple embroidery and metallic-thread couching.  Late Meiji period (1900-1911)., Japan.  The Kimono Gallery
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thekimonogallery:

A large, “kuro” (black) tomesode which features a large-rendered “houo”, an imaginary bird. The design is accomplished with yuzen resist dyeing, simple embroidery and metallic-thread couching.  Late Meiji period (1900-1911)., Japan.  The Kimono Gallery