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IN Photography ON 29 Mar, 2016
Skin is the most indivisible part of the human body. In life, many things come and go but what actually remains are the marks that speak about our stories. Riikka Hyvonen, a photographer who realizes and decides to tint and sculpt the bums to arrest the momentary marks or bruises that are seen completely different in the mainstream than inside the culture of roller derby players. The feminist spirit of the derby sport can be seen as the bruises, the girls get are something to be proud of. In Derby, they show off their bottoms as a matter of honour. So, this photographer captures pictures that show the beauty or bruises of butts and also where the wounds depict the mini galaxy world.
Riikka Hyvonen, the photographer uses wood, leather, glitter. He breaks the surface of leather paints it and then again breaks it. He repeats the process 'n' number of times so as to hypnotize on the canvas like the skin.
Images source: riikkahyvonen.com
This mark depicts the beauty of meat in fishnets. Riikka used acrylic paint and glitter on leather.
Woman with the scars forms a pure geometric pattern. This shows the fashion running across derby girls.
The bruise shows the real ass telling the story of true honour and the struggle of a Derby Girl.
The booty and bruise – ready to showcase with a bang. The bruises of injury that these girls get are called Derby kisses.
The bum of this girl with a different type of bruise is turning more violet and getting into the shade of purple.
This bruise includes 12 varied colors with different shades of purple and green. This bruise is equal to the size of the head.
OMG! UK made in UK. The photographer uses acrylic paints on leather sheets.
This exhibits that a little scratch gone so far and transformed into this.
On observing this bruise for quite a while, you will definitely find an image of Jesus in that.
Instead of fifty shades of grey, we have come up ' fifty shades of purple' with this bruise.
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