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"Anasazi" by Carol Nelson,Mixed media on canvas, abstract art.It is heavily textured and has gold & aluminum foils underlying parts of the painting, giving it a soft metallic glow.

"ANASAZI" by Carol Nelson mixed media ~ 36 x 24 - This abstract is in my geologic series. It is heavily textured and has gold and aluminum foils underlying parts of the painting, giving it a soft metallic glow

Glasgow City Chambers, watercolor by Iain Stewart.The colors are wonderful! I love that you can see the texture of the piece, which seems to hint at the actual texture of the building, like you can almost touch the walls.

Glasgow City Chambers, watercolour by Iain Stewart.The colours are wonderful! I love that you can see the texture of the piece, which seems to hint at the actual texture of the building, like you can almost touch the walls.

I just love this drawing! I'm starting to draw it myself. I just can't draw faces yet. ;_;

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Vector alphabet. Hand drawn letters. Letters of the alphabet written with a brush. - stock vector

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London: The Capital of Romance Illustration for the St.Valentine's special issue of Evening Standard magazine. A heart formed by the actual map of London.

MAGAZINE COLLAGE inspiration London: The Capital of Romance Illustration for the St.Valentine's special issue of Evening Standard magazine. A heart formed by the actual map of London.

Dan Judge Red Curtain Music Series Posters: From Paper Crave: Each poster in the series is a two color screenprint, printed in a limited edition run of 50 each. Love the color combinations in each piece, I love the illustrations.

Illustrator Florian Nicolle (previously) has published a wonderful collection of his textured illustrations from 2011. Layering scans of newspaper, ink, paint, and a fair amount of digital retouching he arrives at these truly remarkable portraits.

:Illustrator Florian Nicolle (previously) has published a wonderful collection of his textured illustrations from Layering scans of newspaper, ink, paint, and a fair amount of digital retouching he arrives at these truly remarkable portraits.

(Thank me later by Maxime Quoilin, via Behance) No, I thank you NOW!

Thank Me Later is an image manipulation project by Belgian Graphic Designer Maxime Quoilin aka remainsteadfast. Both excellent use of negative space and texture keep us staring at these images forever.