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This was so hard but I did it

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I love drawing eyes and I like how this is kinda reflecting what the person is seeing and I just love it!

designer unknown- I think this is a beautiful design. I love the variation in the light size, it creates a nice flow from the top the bottom of the  piece. The biggest light is close to the middle, which draws the viewers attention to the center. The background is also a very dark navy, which complements the yellow.

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Art Inspiration: Surreal Illustration by Tang Yau Hoo. This one really caught my eye. The use of negative space makes you think is this a city skyline.or just a bunch of hanging light bulbs?

The Queen of Art Deco - 1930 Chrysler Building, Manhattan, New York.

The Queen of Art Deco - 1930 Chrysler Building, Manhattan, New York. The Chrysler Building was was built before the Empire State building for Walter Chrysler's growing business. (Chrysler paid for it out of his own pocket, not out of the business).

The reason I posted this was to point out that if you are going to take a quote from a book about a city and they are specifically talked about that city, PLEASE USE A PICTURE OF THE SAID CITY!!!! This quote is describing when they exit the Fort Pitt Tunnel...why would they use a picture of New York (?) or wherever!!!  (-Perks of Being a Wallflower)

"Lights on buildings and everything makes you wonder. And in that moment, I swear we were infinite." - Stephen Chbosky (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)

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Coloring Books for Grown-ups: 7 Free Pages to Print

Great to give to someone who is self-harming or has any ongoing negative thoughts. This coloring page is time consuming and helps to get your mind off of things.

Variations on a Dark City and Other Works by Espen Dietrichson | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Norwegian artist Espen Dietrichson combines photography, digital techniques and screen printing to create amazing artworks depicting levitating, exploded architectural structures.

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