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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.
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.
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.
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.
100% (my answer may be "too short" but there's not much more to say - I guess that's plain to see.)
for the case of henna, I agree this is pure art. I see a woman who using the henna looks more pretty
several ethnic in the world make a tattoo to indicates their professions or social strata. check:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Mentawai-Tattoo … st-Tattoos
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.
by Hui (蕙)4 years ago
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by Castlepaloma2 years ago
Anyone here make their living with art?Been lucky to do so for 40 years. What makes an artist most in my world is pratice. Let start with, how much do you pratice your art?
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