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    Artist John Franzen creates textured drawings reminiscent of wrinkled fabric, or waves of water, by drawing tediously placed rows of lines with black ink. 'Each Line One Breath': Morphogenetic Freehand Drawings By John Franzen. Click through for videos.

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    Brenna Giessen

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    lisa madigan

    curated contemporary art /// lisa madigan

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    Kazimir Malevich. Suprematist Painting. 1916-17

    Elie Nadelman. Man in the Open Air (c. 1915)

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    think

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    Foam wall installation

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    Carré Cervin scarf

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    coloured embroidery against greyscale.

    Jose romussi - The Jealous Curator

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    Fashion Illustrations With Real Flower Petals As Clothing.

    Clever Fashion Illustrations With Real Flower Petals As Clothing.

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    "Bling"; Fanny Nushka Moreaux.

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    DIY Quilted Modern Art!

    DIY Quilted Modern Art - A Beautiful Mess

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    ellsworth kelly

    Collection Rotation: Scott Hewicker & Cliff Hengst

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    Disrupted stripes | Pattern einheit und variation

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    mathias kiss - froissé mirror

    Mathias Kiss : Froissé mirror | FLODEAU

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    A-M Gallery - INGA #DALRYMPLE, Fabric Collage #5, Acrylic on Canvas, 13.5cm x 19cm, 2011

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    Colourant by Floto+Warner | iGNANT.de

    Colourant by Floto+Warner

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    hope

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    paper flowers

    Beautiful. By Sabrina Transiskus

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    Karen Barbé | Textileria: 96 embroidery samples

    Blog | Karen Barbé | Textileria: 96 embroidery samples

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    Amazing leaf cut-outs by Spanish artist Lorenzo Duran. He uses leaves as the canvas for his cutaway art. After washing and drying the leaf, he carefully cuts away segments to create beautifully detailed art.

    Cuarto derecha | Curiosidades visuales

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    forks !

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    Shibori 101

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    playmobilia by Tania Da Cruz

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    // henny van nistelrooy

    Henny van Nistelrooy - I'M REVOLTING

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    mirrored pallets by Garth Roberts

    At the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair, Part II – Sight Unseen

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