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Artist:  Yassine Mekhnache

Artist: Yassine Mekhnache

11 Beautifully Haunting GIFs Created By Blind Artist George Redhawk

These 11 Beautifully Haunting GIFs Were Created By A Blind Artist

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the eye is a focal point for this photo. the dark colour draws your attention to the centre. & the detailed lines under the eye make this look realistic and add texture and dimension

Klee Art Projects for Kids:  Paul Klee’s love of music serves as inspiration for many of his abstractions.  The student artists will both hear and see the connection as they enjoy his fanciful imagination.  Using watercolor washes, the young artists enjoy creating their own abstract compositions from their feelings and imaginations.

Klee Art Projects for Kids: Paul Klee’s love of music serves as inspiration for many of his abstractions. The student artists will both hear and see the connection as they enjoy his fanciful imagina (Pour Art For Kids)

<p>In this beautiful mixed-media collages project, Swedish based artist Anastasia Savinova try to identify the differences and similarities between places of habitation. Travelling around cities and countries, she take pictures of buildings, sneakily looking through windows, going to local shops, flea markets and bars to watch everyday life of each cities – all this helps […]</p>

Anastasia Savinova’s Architecture Collages

In this beautiful mixed-media collages project, Swedish based artist Anastasia Savinova try to identify the differences and similarities between places of habitation. Travelling around cities and c

Russian miniaturist Nikolai Aldunin works between the beats of his heart, in order to keep his hands perfectly still

12 Amazingly Tiny Pieces of Art - tiny art

Who says you can't put a camel through the eye of a needle? Russian miniaturist Nikolai Aldunin has fit seven through this one. He creates works of art so tiny that a microscope is needed to see them

// ah! moment of inspiration... Looking through a different lens.. the backround would be different from the image in the lens.. //

drawing idea, with a corrupt, damaged, war-ridden city behind it. "Behind the lense" Could also do with camera and Photoshop instead of glasses (Or with a forest landscape behind)

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