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http://online.thirstforvision.com/2014/06/the-petri-dich-project-by-jd-doria.html
Give him a petri-dish; he gives you a visual creation. J.D Doria, interdisciplinary artist based in Tel Aviv has bridged the gap between art and interpretational science, presenting us with a collective of technologically inspired creativity in the form of recreated petri dishes.
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http://online.thirstforvision.com/2014/06/the-petri-dich-project-by-jd-doria.html
Give him a petri-dish; he gives you a visual creation. J.D Doria, interdisciplinary artist based in Tel Aviv has bridged the gap between art and interpretational science, presenting us with a collective of technologically inspired creativity in the form of recreated petri dishes.
ZoomInfo

http://online.thirstforvision.com/2014/06/the-petri-dich-project-by-jd-doria.html

Give him a petri-dish; he gives you a visual creation. J.D Doria, interdisciplinary artist based in Tel Aviv has bridged the gap between art and interpretational science, presenting us with a collective of technologically inspired creativity in the form of recreated petri dishes.

Indra the king of Gods

Nepal 

Some of Litang’s most opulent ceremonial costumes. Metal - i.e. silver or gold - is very important in Litang ceremonial costumes - Litang women wear the ‘headphones’-like ornaments, which don’t fall off as they are attached to a strap that goes across the head. Some women wear up to 30 extremely ornate plate sized ornaments all over their bodies - see other photos on this board for different views. // Litang Horse festival circa 2007

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Dabpa, Kham, Tibet. Local tibetan girl dressed up in authentic local traditional costume at a horse. These costumes and their constituent ornaments are family heirlooms

Khampa Tibetan girl from Litang at the Litang Horse festival, dressed head to toe in extremely ornate traditional jewelry and amulets which are specific to the Litang region. These costumes are so heavy and require hours to put on, so they are only worn once or twice a year. Compare to the previous pic of her on this board, you’ll see it’s a different year - she’s younger and doesn’t have her nose pierced in this photo

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Tibetan jade cup with gilded metal stand and cover finely worked and chiselled with buddhist symbols.The stand in the shape of a lotus with petals turned upward and the dome cover with a bead glass.
Slights imperfections in the jade cup.
Tibet, late XIX century
H. cm 16,5

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