A ceiling shot of the Durbar Sahib (Golden Temple) in Amritsar, India.
Indian basmati rice bags as toss pillows. Genius!
Love how this styled shoot captures all the fun, spirit, and energy of the pre-wedding ‘Mehndi Rasam’ event when friends/family gather together to adorn the bride, sing and dance to traditional punjabi songs, all to celebrate the bride and her upcoming wedding. Check out all that marvelous color, dreamy props, and lush flower hair accessories!
Courtesy of Brides and You Magazine; Makeup & Hair/ Styling/Photography : Khawar Riaz
Simply blown away by these masterpieces from photographer Klaus Enrique Gerdes, inspired by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, the 16th century Italian painter best known for creating portraits of heads made entirely of fruits, vegetables, flowers etc.
Leaving you in awe of the creative forces of human imagination!
images courtesy of Klaus Enrique Photography.
Pakistani truck drivers have a long tradition of painting their vehicles. It started out as a way for them to take reminders of home with them on long journeys, and over the years artisans have used everything from wood, metal, jangling chains, shiny objects and even custom 3D pieces to decorate commercial trucks.
Bright and gaudy, yes but look at all the hand painted detail found in this biggest form of representational art in the country!
Photography credit: Umair Mohsin
Mia and Sasha came looking for a custom stationery suite for their fusion wedding in California wine country this summer…and fell in love with this peacock motif we made with a henna pattern against a glamorous vintage gold backdrop. This customized motif was then used across their program, wine notes, place cards, table numbers, specialty drink signs, menus, and later on the thank you notes too. Take a look at some brilliant detail shots captured by MDC Photography!