Realistic Pencil Portraits Drawings

Malaysian artist Monica Lee has decided to become an illustrator after 12 years of work in the digital art. With a pencil, she draws amazing detailed and realistic illustrations of freckled girls, bearded men and animals. She is inspired by the work of Marteline Nystad, Dirk Dzimirsky and Paul Cadden.
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  • 2014-07-16 09:09:20
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Church Altars by Cyril Porchet

The Swiss photographer Cyril Porchet we discover this impressive series of altars of baroque churches in Spain, Austria and Germany. Excessive detail makes disappear all sense of perspective and depth. Each altar is unique, with their symbols and mystical representations.
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  • 2014-07-16 08:52:00
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We Are Flowers by Softlab

In New York, the flowers of the season have invaded the shops. Here is a new installation by SoftLab entitled “We’re flowers.” Fully covered with flowers of all colors illuminate structures and brighten spaces sales.
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  • 2014-07-16 08:18:56
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King Fahad National Library

The National Library “King Fahad” Saudi Arabia has re-opened its doors to the public. Gerber Architekten characterizes this library by its frontage and its textile coating of diamond awnings featuring traditional architectural designs in the Middle East.
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  • 2014-07-16 07:50:29
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Tasty art

Parents always telling us not to play with food. Sarah Rosado apparently did not listen to parents because they create the faces of famous people from cereals.
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  • 2014-07-14 16:12:13
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Billboards transformed into a cozy shelter for the homeless

Team of architects from Slovakia came up with the idea, how to use billboards standing along all major roads in the world. They want to change them in small houses for people without a roof over his head.
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  • 2014-07-14 12:31:50
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One Day, Sunrise to Sunset Captured in One Picture

“One Day” is a stunning series of landscape photos by Japanese photographer Ken Kitano in which he captured one spot from sunrise to sunset using long exposures.
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  • 2014-07-14 10:27:49
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  • photography     

Calligraffiti by Niels

Visuals by Alyz

Black white jewellery

“Cocoon”- armchai

Stunning Photography b

Cute “Marina’s Bir

Venus, the Two Faced C

Stunning Landscapes by

Domsai - World under G

Alice of Magic World

Surreal Photos Taken W

House for Trees

Papercuts by Joe Bagle

Real Angry Birds

Luxury Mobile Home “

Villa Wienberg in Aarh

Feather Marvels by Chr

Murgrabia

Auto furniture

Christophe Wilson