Levitating Tribal Princess Casts A Spell In 160g's Otherworldly Stop-Action Editorial

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Somebody call an exorcist! In this seriously-cool Tribal Dance editorial, shot by Pamela Reed and Matthew Rader for 160g Magazine, a stop-action, body-painted and bound Edythe levitates, spins, and generally appears possessed. Her wild-child hair and floaty dresses seem to bend and quiver in space, and at one point she spins in the air. We always enjoy 160g's animated spreads , and this one is perfectly ethereal (albeit a little freaky). Spellbinding. To see the images in full size, visit 160g.
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