Submitted by thezomz:
The most beautiful suspension video I’ve seen. This is just… amazingly beautiful, and spiritual.
Ahh, thank you for sharing! This seriously is beautiful.
Over the years suspension as an art form has been utilized by many different forms of entertainment. It’s been featured in movies, primetime television, all over the Internet, and in numerous forms of print media. The allure of suspension can often be difficult to describe, but its addition to other performances gives a new dimension to both our crafts. One of the oldest and most natural connections is that of music and suspension. Anyone that’s hung from hooks will tell you that music adds to the experience. Also, from the musician’s point of view, the visual of a body swing through the air definitely adds the visuals during their videos and live performances. READ MORE
Studio 44 Suspension With THE SINNER TEAM
This IS NOT an o kee pa suspension. O kee pa is a sacred ritual performed by native americans. It is out of respect for the native americans and their religion that modern suspenders specifically do not and/or should not refer to chest suspensions as o kee pa.
I heart the sinner team. Wish they’d make it to suscon this year.
This is beautiful.
Submitted by jungle-juliette:
Hold me closer tiny daaancer!
Going through BMEFest pictures to upload before the end of the year contest is over.
This is my back before a 2pt suspension with two sea demon hooks. Facilitated by Cere, Brian Decker, Starr and Richard Effin Ivey. Picture by Katie.
Scarification on Samar Soriano
Work done by Shon Dolcini
Nomad Body Piercing, SF CA
suspension at One Festival 2005
first knee suspension in 2008, last knee suspension in 2011.
apologizing in advance for the next couple sets of suspension photos i’m posting
i dug through them all to send some to my friend alex…and now i’m nostalgic