Posts tagged ‘fashion’

amazing asian model photography

Fashion and Beauty Photography by Yulia Gorbachenko

Another artist we decided to feature today is Yulia Gorbachenko. Julia specializes in fashion and beauty photography and as you may see below, she does a very good job. Her photos are simply creative and original. Today’s collection consists of 30 photos we selected from her site’s portfolio (link at the bottom). Every single one …

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female model with painted face photography

[Really] Hot Fashion Photography

Well, what can say … today’s photography collection is dedicated to anyone who loves fashion, photography and beautiful women. Not sure if it’s because I am a guy, but today’s collection belongs to my favorite ones published here on Cruzine. My colleagues did a good job gathering these 30 amazing fashion related photos. Seriously, highlighting …

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Amazing t-shirt design

Showcase of Cool T-Shirt Designs

We do not present too many fashion related artworks here, but from time to time we got to do an exception. Today, we thought it would be a good idea to present few cool t-shirt designs. As you’ll probably notice, it’s pretty much all about the actual design applied … illustration, digital artwork or a …

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blonde with fancy haircut

Haircuts Photography – A Showcase of a Natural Fashionable Accessory

Purely aesthetic function of hair is a long ago acknowledged fact. For centuries hair has played the ultimate role in the way other people perceive our appearance and especially face. It goes without saying that eyes are the mirror of our souls, but hairstyle is definitely what makes that mirror visible and notable for people …

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steampunk woman hodling a gun

Steampunk Photography and Illustrations – the Victorian Perspective on the Future

The combination of Victorian style, featuring its sophisticated beauty and inclination to the perfection, with slightly outdated yet daring futuristic concepts produced a specific art movement in the late 1980s, currently known as steampunk. This art style, actually, works like some kind of retrospective, showing the future technology innovations with the eyes of Victorian people, …

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