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real life mood board

My March Mood Board - Moody Bedroom Makeover - Eclectic Trends

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Flasks

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neatly organized food

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makeup texture

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shadows

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams

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clustered ingredients — Marcus Nilsson for Chobani

Advertising | Chobani

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pattern play with food

January Seasonal Produce - Free People Blog

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knolling everyday objects

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knolling food ingredients

My Minimalist Recipes With Neatly Arranged Ingredients

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Flatylay on white — Melmaria Designs

How To Design a Flatlay the Easy Way | Melmaria Designs

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rustic kitchen — from Brasserie Le Rouge Kokbok

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Prop Styling - Candles and Flowers // Brooklyn Candle Studio: Photostyling, Styling

Scented soy candles made in New York

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tabletop styling

Instagram photo by cassandra lavalle | cocokelley • Jun 11, 2016 at 6:22pm UTC

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one is not like the other — eggs

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illustration mixed with object

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Shadowplay with plants — Paperless Post

Introducing Shadowplay, an exploration of late-afternoon light

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art direction | stripes | Qiu Yang

Mini Title

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photographic pattern

Floral Inspiration by Ali Harper - magnolia rouge

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I love everything about this – a peek into the artist's creative process for a collection, the color palettes, the patterns, the styling. | Rebecca Atwood Howland Collection Process

The Howland Collection - Rebecca Atwood Designs

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Messy art styling

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I have sketched before with graphite pencils, especially landscapes, but this project was the first time I have worked with charcoal and still-lifes. I found the charcoal as an excellent tool for a gradient when shading, but since I was using gray paper, I found I needed white charcoal for highlights but didn't have any. I improvised by borrowing a white colored pencil from a neighbor, which I am happy to say came out with my desired effect.

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Mirrors by ComingB

Week of February 1, 2016 - Sight Unseen

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dreamy bath

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gravity is nothing — Poppytalk

Sneak Peek - August Issue, Inside Out Magazine

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