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RefectoCil Augen Augenbrauen Creative Colours S...
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55,95 € *
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Das umfangreiche Creative Colours Starter Kit von RefectoCil bietet Ihnen alles, was Sie für einen atemberaubenden Augenaufschlag benötigen. Neben fünf RefectoCil Farben und der Blonde Brow enthält das Set ein flüssiges Oxidant, 80 Wimpernblättchen, eine Hautschutzcreme, einen Tint Remover, eine Artist Palette, fünf weiche Kosmetikpinsel und ein Style Book.Inhalt im Augenbrauen Creative Colours Starter Kit von RefectoCilMit den fünf Wimpern- und Augenbrauenfarben können Sie Wimpern und Brauen eine schöne, natürliche Farbe verleihen, während die Blond Brow dunkle Augenbrauen um bis zu drei Stufen aufhellt.Für die Anwendung vermischen Sie die Farben mit dem cremigen Oxidant 3%. Der Entwickler kann bedenkenlos auf der empfindlichen Augenpartie angewendet werden und ermöglicht brillante Färbeergebnisse.Die extra weichen Wimpernblättchen sind undurchdringbar beschichtet und schützen die unteren Augenlider vor Verfärbungen.Mithilfe der Hautschutzcreme, die mit Mandelöl, Vitamin E und Aloe Vera angereichert ist, haften die Wimpernblättchen zuverlässig.Sollte es dennoch zu Verfärbungen kommen, lassen sie sich mit dem Tint Remover mühelos entfernen.Für einen einfachen Färbevorgang enthält das Set zudem fünf weiche Kosmetikpinsel, die ein sauberes und präzises Auftragen ermöglichen, sowie eine Artist Palette zum Anrühren der Farben. Komplettiert wird das Kit von einem praktischen Style Book.

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Cemetery Walk
51,90 CHF *
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What awaits beyond the cemetery gates .? Journey into the cemetery and beyond with author Minda Powers-Douglas and meet cemetery sextons, gravediggers, preservationists, writers, artists, authors, ghost hunters, the director of a funeral museum, a genealogist, and an assortment of taphophiles (people who love cemeteries). Discover what's really behind our attitudes toward death, graveyards and those resting inside them. Find out what is superstition and what's fact in this insightful and often funny guide into the world of cemeteries. You'll meet British horror author Simon Clark, 'low-brow' artist Madame Talbot, genealogy author and lecturer Sharon DeBartolo Carmack, Jon Austin from the Museum of Funeral Customs, and New Orleans Voodoo Priestess Miriam, as well as many more intriguing individuals. Come explore the dark side . it's not as scary as you think. You'll never look at a cemetery the same way again.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 01.10.2020
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ZOEVA Pinsel Pinselsets Make-up Artist Brush Be...
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190,00 € *
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Dieses Set enthält: Gesicht: 101 Luxe Face Definer: Konturieren und Puder auftragen. 103 Defined Buffer: detailliertes Auftragen und Verblenden von Foundation. 104 Buffer: Auftragen und Verblenden von Foundation, Puder und Make-up. 105 Luxe Highlight: Auftragen von Highlighter. 106 Powder: Auftragen von losem und gepresstem Puder. 109 Face Paint: Auftragen von Konturpuder. 110 Face Shape: Konturieren mit pudrigen und cremigen Texturen. 122 Petit Stippling: Auftragen von Blush, Concealer und Highlighter. 125 Stippling: luftiges Auftragen von Foundation. 127 Luxe Sheer Cheek: Auftragen von Puder-Rouge. 142 Concealer Buffer: Auftragen und Verblenden von Concealer. Augen: 221 Luxe Soft Crease: perfektes Verblenden von Lidschatten. 222 All Over Shader: großflächiges Auftragen von Lidschatten. 223 Petit Eye Blender: Akzentuieren der Lidfalte. 226 Smudger: Verwischen von Lidschatten und Kajal am Wimpernrand. 227 Soft Definer: Verblenden und Verwischen von Lidschatten. 228 Crease: Verblenden und Schattieren von Übergängen in der Lidfalte. 230 Pencil: Schattieren und Verwischen in der Lidfalte und am Wimpernrand. 231 Petit Crease: Akzentuieren und Ausschattieren in der Lidfalte. 233 Cream Shader: Auftragen von cremigen Lidschatten. 234 Smoky Shader: Schattieren und verblenden mit smoky Effekt. 237 Detail Shader: exaktes Auftragen von Lidschatten. 312 Detail Liner: Ziehen sehr feiner, exakter Lidstriche. 317 Wing Liner: Ziehen von Lidstrichen mit dem perfekten Wing. 322 Brow Line: Augenbrauenpinsel für pudrige und cremige Produkte.

Anbieter: parfumdreams
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I Love Kawaii
18,90 CHF *
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Kawaii is a word that originated in 1970s Japan when schoolgirls adopted the term to describe everything cute. This word is now understood world-wide and identifies a particular trend of visual aesthetics (Hello Kitty being the most famous). Kawaii is a recognizable art form practiced by artists all over the world and covers the visual gamut from commercial art (stickers, clothing, calendars, pens, pencils, erasers, video games) to high-brow contemporary art (e.g. Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara). Presented primarily through full page images, Charuca (a Kawaii artist herself) has curated an international collection of the most popular adorable, hilarious, and sometimes dark Kawaii art being made today. Charuca begins each chapter with a small description of the artist and her feelings towards his or her work, creating an artistic dialogue spoken mainly through the loud, brightly full-colored images that flood each page. Some of the artists she selected include: Aranzi Aronzo Bubi Au Yeung Bukubuku Charuca Devil Robots Hiroko Yokoyama Itokin Park Marichan Meomi Paul Shih Ryoko Takidoki Yukiko Yokoo

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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ZOEVA Pinsel Pinselsets Make-up Artist Zoe Bag ...
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200,00 € *
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Set beinhaltet:101 Luxe Face Definer103 Defined Buffer104 Buffer 105 Luxe Highlight106 Powder109 Luxe Face Paint110 Face Shape122 Petit Stippling125 Stippling127 Luxe Sheer Cheek142 Concealer Buffer221 Luxe Soft Crease222 Luxe all over Shader223 Petit Eye Blender226 Smudger227 Luxe Soft Definer228 Luxe Crease230 Luxe Pencil231 Luxe Petit Crease233 Cream Shader234 Luxe Smoky Shader237 Detail Shader312 Detail Liner317 Wing Liner322 Brow LineZoe Bag

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Finsta Graphics
21,90 CHF *
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Finsta is one of the most eyecatching illustrators and designers out of the European graffiti scene. For the past ten years his work was spread beyond his native Sweden. Finsta¿s work is an universe of its own, presenting characters, settings and artifacts such as the Finstablaster, enormous ghettoblasters in wood with a painted front cooler than any real boom-box. Finsta¿s graffiti styles are completely unique with with pieces that weave themes that permeate the letters. Many of the letters are actually characters. His paintings, comic strips, street art, graffiti styles and commercial work are all done in the same unique style, influenced by both graffiti lettering, low-brow and comic artists like Robert Crumb and Jim Phillips. But most of all, Finsta¿s work is full of the unexpected. He has the gift to invent new settings, just by adding a little touch. In most part it¿s Finsta¿s humour that plays the main role. A humour that he likes to share.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 01.10.2020
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I Love Kawaii
13,07 CHF *
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Kawaii is a word that originated in 1970s Japan when schoolgirls adopted the term to describe everything cute. This word is now understood world-wide and identifies a particular trend of visual aesthetics (Hello Kitty being the most famous). Kawaii is a recognizable art form practiced by artists all over the world and covers the visual gamut from commercial art (stickers, clothing, calendars, pens, pencils, erasers, video games) to high-brow contemporary art (e.g. Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara). Presented primarily through full page images, Charuca (a Kawaii artist herself) has curated an international collection of the most popular adorable, hilarious, and sometimes dark Kawaii art being made today. Charuca begins each chapter with a small description of the artist and her feelings towards his or her work, creating an artistic dialogue spoken mainly through the loud, brightly full-colored images that flood each page. Some of the artists she selected include: Aranzi Aronzo Bubi Au Yeung Bukubuku Charuca Devil Robots Hiroko Yokoyama Itokin Park Marichan Meomi Paul Shih Ryoko Takidoki Yukiko Yokoo

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Latin American Shakespeares
98,99 € *
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The subjects of the essays in, Latin American Shakespeares range from the nineteenth century through the present; from high- to middle- to low-brow stories, plays, films, and poems; from Mexico to Argentina, Chile, Cuba, the U.S. barrio, and diverse sections of Brazil; from artists deservedly famous to artists undeservedly obscure. Shakespeare in Latin America is often implicated in struggles for power - tangentially or directly - and therefore swells the story of world wide political Shakespeare. For Latin American artists, the Shakespearean legacy is available for co-optation not only through parody, adaptation, and both reverent and irreverent (re)creation but also through absorption into unique indigenous genres.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 01.10.2020
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Cemetery Walk
27,99 € *
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What awaits beyond the cemetery gates .? Journey into the cemetery and beyond with author Minda Powers-Douglas and meet cemetery sextons, gravediggers, preservationists, writers, artists, authors, ghost hunters, the director of a funeral museum, a genealogist, and an assortment of taphophiles (people who love cemeteries). Discover what's really behind our attitudes toward death, graveyards and those resting inside them. Find out what is superstition and what's fact in this insightful and often funny guide into the world of cemeteries. You'll meet British horror author Simon Clark, 'low-brow' artist Madame Talbot, genealogy author and lecturer Sharon DeBartolo Carmack, Jon Austin from the Museum of Funeral Customs, and New Orleans Voodoo Priestess Miriam, as well as many more intriguing individuals. Come explore the dark side . it's not as scary as you think. You'll never look at a cemetery the same way again.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 01.10.2020
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I Love Kawaii
19,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

Kawaii is a word that originated in 1970s Japan when schoolgirls adopted the term to describe everything cute. This word is now understood world-wide and identifies a particular trend of visual aesthetics (Hello Kitty being the most famous). Kawaii is a recognizable art form practiced by artists all over the world and covers the visual gamut from commercial art (stickers, clothing, calendars, pens, pencils, erasers, video games) to high-brow contemporary art (e.g. Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara). Presented primarily through full page images, Charuca (a Kawaii artist herself) has curated an international collection of the most popular adorable, hilarious, and sometimes dark Kawaii art being made today. Charuca begins each chapter with a small description of the artist and her feelings towards his or her work, creating an artistic dialogue spoken mainly through the loud, brightly full-colored images that flood each page. Some of the artists she selected include: Aranzi Aronzo Bubi Au Yeung Bukubuku Charuca Devil Robots Hiroko Yokoyama Itokin Park Marichan Meomi Paul Shih Ryoko Takidoki Yukiko Yokoo

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 01.10.2020
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Finsta Graphics
11,99 € *
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Finsta is one of the most eyecatching illustrators and designers out of the European graffiti scene. For the past ten years his work was spread beyond his native Sweden. Finsta¿s work is an universe of its own, presenting characters, settings and artifacts such as the Finstablaster, enormous ghettoblasters in wood with a painted front cooler than any real boom-box. Finsta¿s graffiti styles are completely unique with with pieces that weave themes that permeate the letters. Many of the letters are actually characters. His paintings, comic strips, street art, graffiti styles and commercial work are all done in the same unique style, influenced by both graffiti lettering, low-brow and comic artists like Robert Crumb and Jim Phillips. But most of all, Finsta¿s work is full of the unexpected. He has the gift to invent new settings, just by adding a little touch. In most part it¿s Finsta¿s humour that plays the main role. A humour that he likes to share.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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The Apse, the Image and the Icon
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This book deals with the apse as a showcase for images in the early Christian and early Byzantine periods. Two opposed traditions, harking back to early imperial times, nourished the invention of the Christian apse image: on the one hand there were statues in apses of pagan temples and imperial cult rooms which were venerated during cult ceremonies, on the other hand, there were apse mosaics in nymphaea where aquatic myths and figures celebrated the amenities of water. Christian apse mosaics originated within this context and in spite of the Old Testament prohibition of the image. The functions and effects of apse mosaics in Christian cult rooms were explored step by step and invented afresh. The participants of this delicate process of Christian image inventions were not only ecclesiastical but also private patrons. Without any qualm, emperors and representatives of the ruling class decorated their mausolea (S. Costanza in Rome, S. Aquilino in Milan) and representational rooms in villas (Centcelles) with Christian images. Because of the Mosaïc prohibition of images, the Church could not attribute to the image a biblically grounded role, it behaved cautiously towards the decoration of churches with images during the fourth century. Only during the fifth century did it relax, and start to invent high brow theological programs (S. Maria Maggiore in Rome), understandable only to few believers. Some bishops gave special treatment to the promotion of aniconic programs (Paulinus of Nola, baptistery of the Lateran in Rome, Casaranello, church of Paraskevi in Salonica). Others rejected images in churches categorically (Epiphanius of Salamis). The Church admitted images and programs representing and portrayed Jesus Christ as God and as a human being that private patrons and artists had invented together with theologians; it provoked thereby a conflict (never really argued out) between the pagan representation of gods and emperors and the representation of Christ whose image should never recall images of gods nor of emperors, though points of contact were unavoidable. Highly original creations of apse mosaics resulted from this fertile conflict that were never repeated. All early Christian apse mosaics are unprecedented, one of creations without any succession. Their treatment as iconographic types is a blind ally. The Church sat back and watched how mosaics and frescoes in apses of cult rooms generated very particular effects, evoking in the viewer respect, admiration, awe and maybe even veneration. The representation of the Virgin with the child in a large apse evoked something like visual worship. The capacity of the image to have an impact on the viewer could not be decreed by the Church, but this was an affair manifested more or less casually according to the inventive power of the artist. For several centuries, the Church was not in a situation to create an official image of Christ. It cared for having apse mosaics not being adored. But the Church could not prevent images from being adored by private persons and/or control private concerns, such as setting-up of ex votos, in official church apses (S. Venanzio in Rome). Private persons first launched the cult of the Virgin (sarcophagus of Adelphia, gold glass). From the sixth century on, images – apse-mosaics, frescoes and panel paintings – were installed for ‘cult-propaganda’ (SS. Cosma e Damiano, Hag. Demetrius in Salonica). In some cases, perhaps, images promoted a devotion on the part of the private believers. This process was a novelty for the sixth century. But a real cult around an apse mosaic was never instituted, even though the altar for the celebration of the Mass was installed in the apse. The early Christian period had no interest in representing the sacrifice of the Mass in an apse mosaic. Official ecclesiastical prayers were not addressed to divine figures and saints represented in apse mosaics. Apse mosaics are never mentioned in liturgies. Apse mosaics are, therefore, a very specific species which developed in constant dialogue with other categories of images (icons, ex votos, memorial images), representing contemporaneously specific theological issues.

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