Colorful Still Lives Made With Plasticine

Alexandra Bruel is a Parisian art director who makes ​​superb plasticine set design. Always with great precision and creativity, she creates still lives for jewelry brands or specialized magazines.
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Landscapes of Iceland

From an idea of the photographer Elizabeth Gadd with her friends Rob Woodcox & Whitney Justesen, the 3 artists have paced the spectacular scenery of Iceland with the idea of ​​staging in each pics by creating a contrast between man and nature.
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Big Dogs Caring For Little Kids

Dogs can be excellent companions for children when in the hands of a capable owner who knows how to read them. Anyone who has grown up with a dog knows that the love and compassion that they gave to and received from their canine soulmates is like nothing else in the world.
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Postcard from Switzerland

Ehud Graf created a series of graphic postcards depicting capital of Switzerland through the eyes of an adult man.
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Three-dimensional lamp

Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques, a couple of designers from Paris, created a lamp that due to the three-dimensional printout will light up any room in a unique way.
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Amazing views, which you can watch while working for National Geographic

Jimmy Chin is a photographer and filmmaker, working among other things, for National Geographic (there is also an ambassador GoPro). Here's what he can see during his "work".
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Alberobello - fairytale town

If you ever find yourself in the south-eastern part of Italy, you should visit the main attraction of the area - an unusual town of Alberobello. Cottages with conical stone roofs - "trulli" - look like they came here straight from the positive illustration of fairy tales for children.
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Propaganda Posters

Pet on a plate

Wonderful Paper Art

Matisse Colorful Beach

An architectural folly

Poetry in Collages by

IbarraPhoto

Artist Creates Amazing

Fendi spring summer 20

Creative Fashion Sketc

Copy and More

Self-portraits by Cris

Distinctive Food Carvi

Egg Mosaics

Beautifully Styled Mad

Colorful Still Lives M

Good Food for Goodfork

Andrea Galvani Photogr

Todd Richardson

Nails