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17. This work uses lines to direct the viewers focus to the tip of the paintbrush. The implied line from the girls vision as well as the line of the paintbrush and the shadow of the paintbrush. Light in this work is also very dramatic, the shadows play an important part in making it look realistic. Although a lot of the space is white, this work is still very eye catching.
Photographer Robert Sijka sheds new light on one of the internet’s most beloved creatures, cats. The Hong Kong-based creative focuses his attention on the Maine Coon, the largest breed of domesticated felines. Their distinctive appearance includes long fu