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- Street Art: OVERTHRONE!
- Mesmerizing Photos of People Lying in a Week’s Worth of Their Trash
- Polish illustrator Gosia Herba combines a unique style with a Cubist slant
- Street art: Malala meets Rosie the Riveter
- Sabine Pearlman: AMMO
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Tag Archives: Star Wars
Helsinki-based Finnish photographer Vesa Lehtimäki, aka Avanaut, captures cinematic shots of LEGO Star Wars and Indiana Jones toys. LINK!
Imagine this, a serene landscape, painted using pastels which depict a small rustic cottage, a little creek and some rolling hills brimming with flowers and colour. Sounds positively relaxing doesn’t it? That’s the kind of imagery celebrated American painter Thomas Kinkade was … Continue reading
Verily, a New Hope LINK!
Rainbow Vader? Yep, that’s right. Check this awesomely colorful stencil art by Jarbid who, while playing around with [his] favourite colour set, ended up looking far better then [any of us] expected. LINK!