This is a series dedicated to India's 'Holy men' who believe in free spirit. Be it the bright attire, the head gear, or the symbols painted on their forehead, each of them are unqiue embodiements of the philosophies they beileve in.
Tygrysek. This is so cute. Looks like mixed media of paint was used in this piece. Nice thick brush strokes to make this. This has a unique style. Love the tigers big eyes, also a chinese symbol added above his head.
I really enjoy the design of these images. I like how they contrast the past to today. It's kind of shocking when you look at much our society has changed, but it's something you don't think about until you see something that compares them right next to each other.
Tiamat represents history, change, spirituality, fertility, birth, creativity. She is symbolized by reptiles and Seawater. She is the personification of creative, fertile forces in babylonian tradition. She birthed the world and is the power of chaos