Mehndi is the application of henna as a temporary skin decoration. It is practiced in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and the Maldives and is applied during special occasions like weddings and religious festivals. Mehndi art is often referred to as henna tattoos even though the the pigments applied are temporary.
You can see some beautiful lines, shapes and patterns used in the mehndi art below.
It's not often you see such distinct highly opposed styles work for the same artist, but that is exactly what Brano Hlavac has accomplished. Brano, who also goes by the name Gartier Atelier, has one style which is characterized by smoke-like, calm, flowing silhouettes and another which uses high energy, collage and grunge elements. They are both different and amazing in their own way.
Gabriel Moreno is a gifted illustrator, engraver and painter based out of Madrid. His illustrations consist of a collage of elements and make excellent use of very defined lines which he uses to create depth, shading and shadows. The splash of water colors helps to bring an added touch of life to his drawings.