Tagged: frida kahlo

Lisa Smirnova Embroidery

Russian Lisa Smirnova creates beautiful hand embroidered pieces inspired by nature, tattoos and inspirational artists, including Frida Kahlo. Her embroideries look like they have been sketched rather than stitched and the muted and pastel tones add a dream like quality to her work.

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Celebrating Frida Kahlo at Haunted Tattoos, north London

Tattoo artist Araceli 4ever presents two tattoo flash days dedicated to Mexican painter, Frida Kahlo, on Friday 7 August and Saturday 8 August 2015, at Haunted Tattoos in north London. To celebrate the life of Frida, Araceli will be tattooing Frida Kahlo designs all day on both days from 12 until 7pm.

Araceli 4ever as Frida Kahlo for Things&Ink magazine, issue 12 due out in September. Photographed by Lola Swan. Styled by Olivia Snape. Make-up by Keely Reichardt. Hair by Nuriye Sonmez. Photo edited by Riccardo Raspa. Earrings by Gypsy East. A selection of Frida designs by Araceli that will be available.

Two days dedicated to Frida Kahlo, with tattoos by Araceli 4ever

Where: Haunted Tattoos, 159 Holloway Road
N7 8LX London, United Kingdom

When: Friday 7 August and Saturday 8 August 2015, 12-7pm

Email araceli4evertattoos@gmail.com for more information… tattoo designs will be available on a first come, first served basis and booking is not required… simply head to Haunted for a special Frida walk-in.

Frida Kahlo tattoo by Araceli

Frida Kahlo Mirror Mirror…

New York art gallery, Throck Morton is showcasing a rare collection of photographs taken of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo in a variety of settings.  Some show the true love that her and Diego Rivera shared in what look to be private moments captured candidly on someone’s camera.  Others show Frida in the garden of her Casa Azul, where she was born, grew up and eventually lived with Diego. We also get a glimpse into the pain that Frida was experiencing on a daily basis due to her poor health and how her pets gave her great comfort and joy in what must have been a difficult life.

Frida With Caimito de Guayabal, 1943

Frida With Itzcuintli Dog, 1949

Frida Winking, 1933

Frida And Diego Kissing, 1933

Frida And Her Ducks, 1948

Frida Wearing Tehuana Dress, Coyoacán, 1940

Frida Seated With Globe, Puente de Alvarado Studio, 1937

Frida On The Rooftop, New York, 1946

Frida Wearing Plaster Corset, Which She Decorated With Hammer And Sickle (And Unborn Baby), Coyoacán, 1951

Frida In San Francisco, 1940

Frida With Pink And Green Satin Blouse, Coyoacán, 1938

The exhibition will run at the Throck Morton fine art gallery in New York until September 12th