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A blog to promote artistic photography, graphic design, fashion design, painting, illustration and digital arts.
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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.
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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.
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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.
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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.
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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.
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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.
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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.
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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark
Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.

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Signe Vilstrup Captures Models as Style Icons for Elle Denmark

Muse – For the latest issue of Elle Denmark, fashion models Maria Palm, Julie Rode, Anne R. and Therese portray style icons Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Marie Antoinette, Frida Kahlo, Edie Sedgwick and more dressed in designer labels chosen by stylist Dorothea Gundtoft. Lensed by Signe Vilstrup (Tomorrow Management), these elegant portraits of influential ladies enchant.

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Florian Imgrund
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Florian Imgrund
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Florian Imgrund
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Florian Imgrund
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Somptuous illustrations by Marie Chapuis from “Paris”            artist on tumblr 
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Somptuous illustrations by Marie Chapuis from “Paris”            artist on tumblr 

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Somptuous illustrations by Marie Chapuis from “Paris”            artist on tumblr 
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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt
Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.
 
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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt
Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.
 
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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt
Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.
 
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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt
Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.
 
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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt
Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.
 
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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt
Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.
 
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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt
Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.
 
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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt
Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.
 

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Yarn Bombed Tree Squid- Jill & Lorna Watt

Jill & Lorna Watt decided to cover a magnolia in the center of San Mateo, California with yarn, transforming with talent and humor the tree in blue octopus.

 

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 Dusuasa I — by El Anatsui:

This piece by the great Ghanian artist caused a sensation when it was shown this past summer at the Venice Biennale.“In the Arsenale Venue, two great walls of what appear to be fabric or tapestry hang between columns.” “In fact, El Anatsui’s works are made from bottle labels, tags and caps, copper wire, washers and aluminum detritus, recycled into these tessellated, heavy, glittering fields of imagery.”The piece has just been acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
Throughout his career Ghanaian artist El Anatsui has experimented with a variety of media, including wood, ceramics and paint. Most recently, he has focused on discarded metal objects, hundreds or even thousands of which are joined together to create truly remarkable works of art. Anatsui indicates that the word gawu (derived from Ewe, his native language) has several potential meanings, including “metal” and “a fashioned cloak.” The term, therefore, manages to encapsulate the medium, process and format of the works on view, reflecting the artist’s transformation of discarded materials into objects of striking beauty and originality. 
 
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 Dusuasa I — by El Anatsui:

This piece by the great Ghanian artist caused a sensation when it was shown this past summer at the Venice Biennale.“In the Arsenale Venue, two great walls of what appear to be fabric or tapestry hang between columns.” “In fact, El Anatsui’s works are made from bottle labels, tags and caps, copper wire, washers and aluminum detritus, recycled into these tessellated, heavy, glittering fields of imagery.”The piece has just been acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
Throughout his career Ghanaian artist El Anatsui has experimented with a variety of media, including wood, ceramics and paint. Most recently, he has focused on discarded metal objects, hundreds or even thousands of which are joined together to create truly remarkable works of art. Anatsui indicates that the word gawu (derived from Ewe, his native language) has several potential meanings, including “metal” and “a fashioned cloak.” The term, therefore, manages to encapsulate the medium, process and format of the works on view, reflecting the artist’s transformation of discarded materials into objects of striking beauty and originality. 
 
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 Dusuasa I — by El Anatsui:

This piece by the great Ghanian artist caused a sensation when it was shown this past summer at the Venice Biennale.“In the Arsenale Venue, two great walls of what appear to be fabric or tapestry hang between columns.” “In fact, El Anatsui’s works are made from bottle labels, tags and caps, copper wire, washers and aluminum detritus, recycled into these tessellated, heavy, glittering fields of imagery.”The piece has just been acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
Throughout his career Ghanaian artist El Anatsui has experimented with a variety of media, including wood, ceramics and paint. Most recently, he has focused on discarded metal objects, hundreds or even thousands of which are joined together to create truly remarkable works of art. Anatsui indicates that the word gawu (derived from Ewe, his native language) has several potential meanings, including “metal” and “a fashioned cloak.” The term, therefore, manages to encapsulate the medium, process and format of the works on view, reflecting the artist’s transformation of discarded materials into objects of striking beauty and originality. 
 
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 Dusuasa I — by El Anatsui:

This piece by the great Ghanian artist caused a sensation when it was shown this past summer at the Venice Biennale.“In the Arsenale Venue, two great walls of what appear to be fabric or tapestry hang between columns.” “In fact, El Anatsui’s works are made from bottle labels, tags and caps, copper wire, washers and aluminum detritus, recycled into these tessellated, heavy, glittering fields of imagery.”The piece has just been acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
Throughout his career Ghanaian artist El Anatsui has experimented with a variety of media, including wood, ceramics and paint. Most recently, he has focused on discarded metal objects, hundreds or even thousands of which are joined together to create truly remarkable works of art. Anatsui indicates that the word gawu (derived from Ewe, his native language) has several potential meanings, including “metal” and “a fashioned cloak.” The term, therefore, manages to encapsulate the medium, process and format of the works on view, reflecting the artist’s transformation of discarded materials into objects of striking beauty and originality. 
 
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 Dusuasa I — by El Anatsui:

This piece by the great Ghanian artist caused a sensation when it was shown this past summer at the Venice Biennale.“In the Arsenale Venue, two great walls of what appear to be fabric or tapestry hang between columns.” “In fact, El Anatsui’s works are made from bottle labels, tags and caps, copper wire, washers and aluminum detritus, recycled into these tessellated, heavy, glittering fields of imagery.”The piece has just been acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
Throughout his career Ghanaian artist El Anatsui has experimented with a variety of media, including wood, ceramics and paint. Most recently, he has focused on discarded metal objects, hundreds or even thousands of which are joined together to create truly remarkable works of art. Anatsui indicates that the word gawu (derived from Ewe, his native language) has several potential meanings, including “metal” and “a fashioned cloak.” The term, therefore, manages to encapsulate the medium, process and format of the works on view, reflecting the artist’s transformation of discarded materials into objects of striking beauty and originality. 
 
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 Dusuasa I — by El Anatsui:

This piece by the great Ghanian artist caused a sensation when it was shown this past summer at the Venice Biennale.“In the Arsenale Venue, two great walls of what appear to be fabric or tapestry hang between columns.” “In fact, El Anatsui’s works are made from bottle labels, tags and caps, copper wire, washers and aluminum detritus, recycled into these tessellated, heavy, glittering fields of imagery.”The piece has just been acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
Throughout his career Ghanaian artist El Anatsui has experimented with a variety of media, including wood, ceramics and paint. Most recently, he has focused on discarded metal objects, hundreds or even thousands of which are joined together to create truly remarkable works of art. Anatsui indicates that the word gawu (derived from Ewe, his native language) has several potential meanings, including “metal” and “a fashioned cloak.” The term, therefore, manages to encapsulate the medium, process and format of the works on view, reflecting the artist’s transformation of discarded materials into objects of striking beauty and originality. 
 

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 Dusuasa I — by El Anatsui:

This piece by the great Ghanian artist caused a sensation when it was shown this past summer at the Venice Biennale.
“In the Arsenale Venue, two great walls of what appear to be fabric or tapestry hang between columns.” “In fact, El Anatsui’s works are made from bottle labels, tags and caps, copper wire, washers and aluminum detritus, recycled into these tessellated, heavy, glittering fields of imagery.”
The piece has just been acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.

Throughout his career Ghanaian artist El Anatsui has experimented with a variety of media, including wood, ceramics and paint. Most recently, he has focused on discarded metal objects, hundreds or even thousands of which are joined together to create truly remarkable works of art. Anatsui indicates that the word gawu (derived from Ewe, his native language) has several potential meanings, including “metal” and “a fashioned cloak.” The term, therefore, manages to encapsulate the medium, process and format of the works on view, reflecting the artist’s transformation of discarded materials into objects of striking beauty and originality.

 

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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  
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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes 


Cecilia Paredes  was born in Lima, Peru, and currently lives and works between San Jose, Costa Rica and Philadelphia. Her artistic career began as a painter but her creative concepts evolved, revealing themselves first in three-dimensional objects, then through photography. This works is a series of self portraits where Paredes paints her own body to blend in with the background. 

  

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Camouflaged Self Portraits by Cecilia Paredes

  


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'Coco Chanel' by Lita Cabellut
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Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable ‘Cabellut-palette’. Lita Cabellut’s ‘human-faced’ paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.”
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'Coco Chanel' by Lita Cabellut
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Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable ‘Cabellut-palette’. Lita Cabellut’s ‘human-faced’ paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.”
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'Coco Chanel' by Lita Cabellut
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Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable ‘Cabellut-palette’. Lita Cabellut’s ‘human-faced’ paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.”
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'Coco Chanel' by Lita Cabellut
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Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable ‘Cabellut-palette’. Lita Cabellut’s ‘human-faced’ paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.”
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'Coco Chanel' by Lita Cabellut
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Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable ‘Cabellut-palette’. Lita Cabellut’s ‘human-faced’ paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.”
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'Coco Chanel' by Lita Cabellut
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Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable ‘Cabellut-palette’. Lita Cabellut’s ‘human-faced’ paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.”
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'Coco Chanel' by Lita Cabellut
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Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable ‘Cabellut-palette’. Lita Cabellut’s ‘human-faced’ paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.”

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'Coco Chanel' by Lita Cabellut

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Nowadays, Lita Cabellut is considered as a painter with a unique pictorial language, using a contemporary variation on the fresco-technique and a immensely enjoyable, communicative and recognizable ‘Cabellut-palette’. Lita Cabellut’s ‘human-faced’ paintings are exposed all around the globe, in New York, Dubai, Miami, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Seoul and many more cities.”

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Water Imitated by a Wood Automaton by Dean O’Callaghan.
This mesmerizing object is an automaton made by Dean O’Callaghan. It’s designed to look like a drop of rain hitting a pool of water. As he turns the crank, concentric rings of water emanate from the center. O’Callaghan attributes the idea to sculptor Reuben Margolin.
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Water Imitated by a Wood Automaton by Dean O’Callaghan.
This mesmerizing object is an automaton made by Dean O’Callaghan. It’s designed to look like a drop of rain hitting a pool of water. As he turns the crank, concentric rings of water emanate from the center. O’Callaghan attributes the idea to sculptor Reuben Margolin.
Watch the video:

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Water Imitated by a Wood Automaton by Dean O’Callaghan.

This mesmerizing object is an automaton made by Dean O’Callaghan. It’s designed to look like a drop of rain hitting a pool of water. As he turns the crank, concentric rings of water emanate from the center. O’Callaghan attributes the idea to sculptor Reuben Margolin.

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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.
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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.
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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.
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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.
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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.
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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.
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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.
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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.
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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks  



It is one thing for Chinese artist and sculptor Liu Wei to create these impressive cityscape sculptures and it is another thing to craft them from stacks of old schoolbooks. Balancing precariously between the notions of order and disorder, Liu Wei’s sprawling creations depict cities in metamorphosis, something that he has become accustomed to while living in Beijing, China.

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Liu Wei’s Works of Art are Made Out of Schoolbooks 

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Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
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Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
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Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
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Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
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Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
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Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
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Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
  • asylum-art:

Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
  • asylum-art:

Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…
  • asylum-art:

Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth
A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…

asylum-art:

Realistic Wood’sculptures by Bruno Walpoth

A selection of beautiful wood carvings by Italian artist Bruno Walpoth, who shapes with a lot of realistic human bodies from wooden blocks. Simple sculptures, unpretentious, but from which emerges a lot of emotions through his remarkable work on the eyes and facial expressions…