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    catherine ulitsky - tiny birds in flight, creating massive geometric shapes.

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"migration east" bird print by UK-based kai and sunny for the ghosts of gone birds show in which 50% of proceeds from sales of the print are being donated to charity. via www.thisiscolossa...

“…balance, color, composition, contrast, push-pull effect, shape, texture, variety of mark makings, visual weight…” These are the elements that go into the colorful, beautifully bizarre {embroidered!} wonderlands that are the work of Winnipeg based artist Takashi Iwasaki.

The Palouse_Tapestry Of Colors by kevin mcneal, via Flickr

Reminds me of a cavern, or some sort of (unnaturally) lit underground space.

Intelligence is about more than being able to solve math problems. Think about what type of intelligence different animals have. Migratory birds, for example, can fly thousands of miles to a pre-planned destination without a map. (Image: villagedog: From Waterfowl in Iowa Source: The Bookworks) #checkmate #observation #spiritanimals

Geometric illustration, Robin red breast, Bird print, Original illustration TinyKiwiCreations Etsy

Favorite bird-Corvids are only perching birds who use feet to hold on while roosting and can use feet to carry things. Crow in flight by russell.tomlin on flickr.

Rob Hodgson, Birds in Flight

This work is from the paper-folding series, Between the Folds, by Chilean born, London based artist Francisca Prieto. These sweet little birds are from pages of “A History of British Birds, 1870″, but now they are catalogued in an entirely new way… a delicate origami, tiny hidden window kind of way!