Black Light Fashion / Beauty Shot
Model: Plastic Martyr www.facebook.com/plasticmartyr
Photographer: Alfred Barrera
Free to Fly
Ribbons of Light
Sylvania Electronic Tube
untitled by dawvon on Flickr.
(via Saryth Chareonpanichkul - Bon Expose | All About Art and Design)
More underwater magic <3
Photographer/Styling/Retouch: Francoise Guillen
(Source: , via kikisloane)
Beneath the Waves (via Lloyd K. Barnes Photography)
Makeup: Gun Street Girl Makeup Artist
Harriet Hoctor in an heavenly dress.
At the age of 15, Hoctor made her Broadway debut in 1920 as a chorus dancer in Jerome Kern’s musical Sally, produced by Florenz Ziegfeld. In 1923 she starred in Topsy and Eva. Subsequent Broadway productions included A La Carte (1927), Earl Carrol’s Vanities (1932), Hold Your Horses (1933), as well as several Billy Rose musical revues. Hoctor was to star in four subsequent Ziegfeld-produced musicals.
Michael Smuin’s Ballet, Carmina Burana