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Do you consider fashion design, body painting (tattoos making, henna, nail art)

  1. gulnazahmad profile image57
    gulnazahmadposted 7 years ago

    Do you consider fashion design, body painting (tattoos making, henna, nail art)  form of pure art?

    In many books fashion designing is taken more like a craft than a pure art.

  2. Evvi profile image57
    Evviposted 7 years ago

    I can only speak to tattoos and for that matter henna since I have two tattoos myself and yes they are a pure form of art.  I chose to have my body decorated with the images I have on me because they hold a deep meaning for me--it doesn't matter what others think of them or what they mean to anyone else, they inspire me, bring me hope, and remind me of who I am as an individual.  To me, that's the purest form art can reach.

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    Corinnalmposted 7 years ago

    I think those are all forms of pure art to the person that's making or enjoying them. Art is a perception based experience. If you think whatever you're indulging in is considered the purest form of art, then it is.

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    marieandkyky101posted 7 years ago

    Yesssssssssssssss I would I luv all of them

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    ellie.wposted 7 years ago

    This question reminds me of a similar debate--is rap poetry?  My answer to both of these questions is yes!  Anything can be art; if turning a urinal upside-down is art, then body art is definitely art as well.  I think that body art requires a certain level of skill and natural talent, just like other art forms.

  6. Cechi profile image53
    Cechiposted 7 years ago

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/4753043_f260.jpg

    100% (my answer may be "too short" but there's not much more to say - I guess that's plain to see.)

  7. travellvr profile image55
    travellvrposted 6 years ago

    for the case of henna, I agree this is pure art. I see a woman who using the henna looks more pretty smile

    several ethnic in the world make a tattoo  to indicates their professions  or social strata. check:

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Mentawai-Tattoo … st-Tattoos

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    Cuadros Goyaposted 4 years ago

    My personal opinion is yes, I consider It as a form of pure art. You can do art in almost every place, It must not be in a canvas to be cosidered art, people do amazing paintings in the body, or in hair for example. My personal art http://www.cuadrosgoya.es.
    Best

 
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