She`s been painting tiny pictures on her nails for almost a year now. These are some of the best. Photos by: Ladycrappo
Skulls are a specialty of hers. This was intended to be a sort of memento mori.
Birch forest in the fall.
She actually used some white gold leaf on the leaves, which made her feel decadent as hell.
These were her Thanksgiving nails: foodborne illness. From pinky to thumb, the top five foodborne pathogens in the U.S.: Staphylococcus aureus (#5), Campylobacter (#4), Clostridium perfringens (#3), Salmonella (#2), and norovirus (#1). No one wanted her to touch their food.
Playing with the look of corrosion and weathering.
Her subtle Halloween nails.
This one's pretty simple, but she thinks it came out beautifully.
Based on Paul Koudounaris’ photographs of jeweled skeletons from early modern Europe.
Rib cage, heart, and thoracic vertebra, not to scale.
Paint by numbers.
This one features every gold polish she owns, layered together.
Love is the drug, or as close as she gets to Valentine's Day nails.
Pop art flowers.
She asked her partner what she should paint on her nails, and he said "a monkey." Ended up with this macaque and a jungle scene.
So she glued some 3D spikes on my nails.
Inspired by cave paintings from Chauvet and Lascaux.