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Gaga for Gaga (by Adrian Valencia)

The many looks of lady Gaga — by the fabulous Illustrator Adrian Valencia. ADORE his retro style, & the colors he used for Mother Monster are spot on!

lynda benglis. What a magnificent feeling she must have ! CREATING the world beneath her feet... I really love this.

series of images created for LIFE Magazine by artist Lynda Benglis - wouldn't you want a chance to pour huge buckets of neon paint onto a concrete floor?

Revista de niños y mayores.

Fumi Koike illustration of a kitchen - i love the minimalist decoration and the sleeping dog.

Beautiful paintings that look like photos, from an Etsy artist, Tali Yalonetzki, via The Jealous Curator

This breathtaking installation was created for the 50th Biennial of Venice in 2003, and found it’s home in San Staë church on the Canale Grande. It’s entitled Falling Garden, and is the work of collaborating Swiss artists, Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger.

Falling Garden installation created by Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger for the Biennial of Venice in San Staë church on the Canale Grande

Liesbet Bussche - urban jewelry amsterdam

Jewels in the city - Amsterdam - Liesbet Bussche - Liesbet Bussche is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets. She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, h

Yes, I really like portraits, but portraits without faces… LOVE! The crisp, clean jackets, married perfectly with the distorted pulled paint… sigh… so beautiful! These very well dressed, mysterious men are the work of French artist Carole Brémaud - and even though I don’t know what any of these fellas actually look like, I am in fact, completely smitten.

These very well dressed, mysterious men are the work of French artist Carole Brémaud This would be interesting to try and recreate as a photography collection

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Quiet, beautiful, and just a little bit sad, lovely drawings by artist/illustrator Julie Morstad

Darwin's finches by Charley Parker

biology book, with graphic of the finches of the Galapagos studied by Charles Darwin. Illustration by Charles Harper