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Photographer Ronit Bigal Captures Body Calligraphy

Israeli artist Ronit Bigal creates striking sepia toned digital photography of bodies covered in bold black calligraphy and other delicate ornamentation. In her series Body Scripture II she skillfully captures her subjects, transforming the folds of body parts into sensual landscapes and unrecognizable abstractions that are obsessively filled with Biblical text and other tiny script. Bigal’s work was shown at the Artists House in Tel Aviv in 2010 and is featured on Saatchi Gallery. See more after the jump!


Israeli artist Ronit Bigal creates striking sepia toned digital photography of bodies covered in bold black calligraphy and other delicate ornamentation. In her series Body Scripture II she skillfully captures her subjects, transforming the folds of body parts into sensual landscapes and unrecognizable abstractions that are obsessively filled with Biblical text and other tiny script. Bigal’s work was shown at the Artists House in Tel Aviv in 2010 and is featured on Saatchi Gallery.




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