I love winter. I love art. I love Goth. So what could be better than merging all three. 🙂
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Winter solstice is an astronomical phenomenon marking the shortest day and the longest night of the year.Winter solstice occurs for the Northern Hemisphere in December and for the Southern Hemisphere in June. Winter Solstice is celebrating December 21st.
Winter solstice, also known as Yule is observed and celebrated by many religions and belief systems. It’s also celebrated by certain regions since it marks an important time in the year.
Celebrated in cultures around the world, it is the start of the solar year. Celebrating light and the rebirth of the sun.
Below are many different traditions of celebrating Winter Solstice.
This holiday means different things to different people. What does it mean to you? Comment on our Facebook page. We want to hear your traditions. ?
Sexy and edgy model Cindy Pretorius is based in South Africa. She started modeling in late 2012 after founding “The Outside Girls TOG” as an alternative model.
Cindy is a dark soul and loves the bizarre and strange.
She is not only a model, but a performance artist with Boargazm. Check out her photos!
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AKT is a design company that makes jewelry from destroyed weapons. The jewelry is bold, creative and stunning! AKT’s jewelry begins in war torn nations all over the world. The Swiss Foundation for Mine Action collects and destroys firearms and ships them to the AKT facility near Geneva.
The pieces are melted down in a laboratory, then cast into their new shape. Each element is carefully handcrafted until the whole piece is perfectly realized in its new purpose. The result is a symbol of the world before war, and a promise to bring life back to the parts of it which are seeing too much death.
AKT believes transforming weapons into life saving surgical operations turns each ring, bracelet, and necklace is a stride towards a more peaceful tomorrow.
Check out their pieces and how they do it.