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Painting by Fabio La Fauci, an artist from Berlin,... crss

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Greetings From a Broken Heart by Lauren Hom

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High - Definition Watercolor by Jonathan FrankJonathan...

High - Definition Watercolor by Jonathan Frank Jonathan Frank  born in Grand Junction, CO in 1962, is an watercolorist artist currently lives and works in Moab, Utah. He spent his earliest years playing in the canyonlands of western Colorado, and out of that experience, he developed a life-long passion for western lands and the desert. His subject matter is clearly a direct outgrowth of that, but his distinctive style was the result of an early experiment for a high-school art class. As Jonathan tells it: The outline has since become much more stylized and refined, as well as poignant. I now use a Rapidograph pen with India ink for precision and permanency. The outline also helps to give the whole piece a clean, unified appearance, as well as to emphasize the sheer strength of my subjects. This all results in what I call High-Definition Watercolor .  via Hang out and talk about it all with us on Facebook . posted by Margaret

Enjoy by Camilo Rojas

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Wonderland Type by Petra Blahova

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Herbarium Typography by Ana Bangueses

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Ahoy Playing CArds by Lisa Nemetz

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from the archive >:)

from the archive >:)

 The Geometric and Architectural  Escher like Photography of  ...

 The Geometric and Architectural  Escher like Photography of   Serge Najjar    It is not about what you see but how you see it The concrete world of buildings and architecture are transformed by the photographer’s eye  into swooping abstractions, playful scenes, moments of pure visual pleasure.  H/T hyperallergic : Check out our Facebook     Posted by  Andrew