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Cushion cover – decorative furniture, sofa, sofa style

Cushion cover – decorative furniture, sofa, sofa style
The rich covering of the mat has become an indispensable accessory for interior design. The cushion covers are decorative furniture, stylized sofas, sofas, chairs and even outdoor lounges, with different shapes, colors and designs. The smooth surface and soft luster make the touch soft. Made from fabrics of different textures, the mats are covered with impressive hand-embroi...
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Japanese tattoo lettering – history, foundation and style

Japanese tattoo lettering – history, foundation and style
In Japan, tattoos and from Tattoo lettering from  Mainly as the beginning of spiritual expression. From 300 BC to 300 AD, Japanese tattoos always conveyed some religious significance to their holders and also served as a symbol of decorative status. During this time, tattoos have been carefully practiced and highly valued. For tattoo artists, tattooing is not just a professi...
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The ultimate adjustment, Silat style!

The ultimate adjustment, Silat style!
Silat, also commonly known as the pencak silat, is a Southeast Asian martial arts style from Indonesia. Although it has now spread from Java to Singapore, Thailand, it is said to have affected Okinawa Karate and China Kuntao. Legend has it that silat was originally created by a woman, Rama Sukana. It is believed that Rama has developed several combat styles, from watching th...
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Bohemian beach style

Bohemian beach style
Summer is defined by the sun, sand and water. People usually focus on their swimsuits and put on T-shirts and a pair of shorts, and their equipment is lowered by one level. It's time to pay more attention to our bohemian robes, as a cover for our swimsuits, to make you look more stylish and to draw attention when you step out of your home. We can start from the basics: t...
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Kobudo: weapons and style

Kobudo: weapons and style
Guwudao Kobudo is a form of martial arts that originated in Okinawa in southern Japan. The word "Kobudo" itself is the Japanese "Okinawa old military", although the translation is modern, because the Okinawa people did not name their martial arts until the 19th century. The popular myth around Kobudo is that it was developed by farmers using their tools a...
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