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Inside the private library of Louis XVI, Versailles

Inside the private library of Louis XVI, Versailles

Plan indicating proposed additions to Westminster Abbey, London

Plan indicating proposed additions to Westminster Abbey, London

Competition design for a monumental central train station

Competition design for a monumental central train station

Design for a Caisse d’Epargne, Troyes

Design for a Caisse d’Epargne, Troyes

Design for a fireplace inside a winter garden, Paris

Design for a fireplace inside a winter garden, Paris

Inside the library of the Chateau de Verteuil, France

Inside the library of the Chateau de Verteuil, France

Inside the Magasins Rue Reaumur, Paris

Inside the Magasins Rue Reaumur, Paris

Elevation and section of the Nouvelle Sorbonne, Paris

Elevation and section of the Nouvelle Sorbonne, Paris

Competition design for a war monument

Competition design for a war monument

Inside the cave temples of Ajanta

Inside the cave temples of Ajanta

Elevation for a private residence on Rue Ballu, Paris

Elevation for a private residence on Rue Ballu, Paris

Design for a private residence near Paris

Design for a private residence near Paris

Design concept for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, Paris

Design concept for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, Paris

Design for the Salon des Cariatides inside the Hotel de Ville,...

Design for the Salon des Cariatides inside the Hotel de Ville, Paris

Design for a French castle

Design for a French castle

crossconnectmag: Submission  The Painting of  Felix Hemme Félix...

crossconnectmag : Submission  The Painting of  Felix Hemme Félix was born in France in 1976. He started his research on acrylic in 2000 while still working as a designer. In 2010 he decided to dedicate his life to painting and followed the teachings of the painter Jean Jacques Houée in Réunion Island, followed by a period of research with oil. In 2012, Félix moved to Corsica, before returning to Brittany in France. But Réunion Island remains in his soul and it is still strongly influencing his work. Mostly a figurative painter, Félix is fascinated by the carnation and its multiple means of representation. Felix’s Facebook His Tumblr

crossconnectmag: Submission  The Painting of  Felix Hemme Félix... crss

crossconnectmag : Submission  The Painting of  Felix Hemme Félix was born in France in 1976. He started his research on acrylic in 2000 while still working as a designer. In 2010 he decided to dedicate his life to painting and followed the teachings of the painter Jean Jacques Houée in Réunion Island, followed by a period of research with oil. In 2012, Félix moved to Corsica, before returning to Brittany in France. But Réunion Island remains in his soul and it is still strongly influencing his work. Mostly a figurative painter, Félix is fascinated by the carnation and its multiple means of representation. Felix’s Facebook His Tumblr crss

eiruvsq: Artist: Erik Jones “Airbrush /pencil combo...

eiruvsq : Artist: Erik Jones “Airbrush /pencil combo 👍.” https://www.instagram.com/erikjonesart/

rockum: By Anders...

rockum : By Anders Røkkum More:  https://www.facebook.com/AndersRokkum/

crossconnectmag: Xetobyte is a 25-year-old, self-taught digital... crss

crossconnectmag : Xetobyte  is  a 25-year-old, self-taught digital artist from Philippines.  He started making digital artworks when he was looking for a wallpaper that he liked and couldn’t find one so he had to make his own.  Check out his  deviantart  account. posted by   :-) Following us on  Facebook  increases the chance of discovering more talented artists. Now that’s cool. crss

crossconnectmag: Xetobyte is a 25-year-old, self-taught digital...

crossconnectmag : Xetobyte  is  a 25-year-old, self-taught digital artist from Philippines.  He started making digital artworks when he was looking for a wallpaper that he liked and couldn’t find one so he had to make his own.  Check out his  deviantart  account. posted by   :-) Following us on  Facebook  increases the chance of discovering more talented artists. Now that’s cool.

Artist Amanda McCavour uses thread and a sewing machine to... crss

Artist Amanda McCavour uses thread and a sewing machine to construct sculptural installations that dance between two and three dimensions. McCavour stitches on a special fabric that dissolves in water to create the surfaces of thread. It’s easy to keep up with your favorite artists on our Twitter feed . posted by Skumar’s crss