Stepping out of the norm while just by simply inheriting distinctive hand-skills, New York native –Tara Tee Fisher (or NailGurl) has paid her dues for over five years in the nails industry and is what I consider an influential artist associated with having a opening eye to life. Conveying relatable pop culture art in a tasteful way is just one of Tee’s technical nail skill varieties that has grown to be appreciated by natives in the nail community and nail art apprentice still learning the different aspects of the nail art culture. In terms of hot commoditites, NailGurl is a spot-on advocate of using all different descriptions of nail products that she introduces together with her fantasy artworks. Recognizable publications such as: Nails Magazine, Nail Pro and culture driven Complex Magazine has all been apart of spread the unique talent of Tee’s rare talent. Continue reading
Over the years, I have grown and developed a high admiration to the evolution of art. Growing up in a big city, art is a huge influence and is embedded in the trains, streets, building, etc. Watching art play out into my own personal life, it still remains relevant and has become more well rounded in the sense of art being the legitimate “right- hand ” to the nail art world.
The nail art that you see are from London nail artist, Boom Nails that is inspired recreation by American pop artist, Roy Lichtenstein sand dune painting! Inspired movingly by “Comic Strips”, in the 1960’s Lichtenstein was considered the lead creature of the new art movement.
Inspiration : Roy Lichenstein [Guild Hall East Hampton, 1980]
LET YOUR IMAGINATIONS EXPLODE: Art is the visual expression or presentation of human inventive skills and imagination. Below are some thought-provoking art work pieces from Japanese nail artist, Mei Kawajiri (Nails by MEI). These art works from Mei, transcends photographic stories taken from life’s conception.
NAIL TALK : If you had to purchase your favorite(s), which one would you buy?