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Artiscally Ruined Murals: These Portraits by Valerie Hegarty Illustrate the Beauty in Destruction

Valerie Hegarty

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Pat Perry

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Valerie Hegarty

Artistaday.com : New York, NY artist Valerie Hegarty: 'Season's End', Painting stretcher, wire, foil, paper, glue, canvas, thread, wood molding, gold leaf, plastic

Awesome Shadow Art

Awesome Shadow Art
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Awesome Shadow Art

Awesome Shadow Art- does anyone have the attribution for this? I can't find it anywhere.

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Sayaka Ganz

Sayaka Kajita Ganz created these wild horse sculptures from trash-picked objects like plastic utensils, toys, and metals. She says, By building these sculptures I try to understand the human relationships that surround me. It is a way for me to contemplate and remind myself that even if there is conflict right now, there is a way for all the pieces to fit together.

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Chromatically Exploding Paintings : Hua Tunan

Modern Traditional Chinese Art #HuaTunan #Art #Modern http://www.trendhunter.com

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Stella Im Hultberg

New York, NY Artist Stella Im Hultberg #art

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Mihail Korubin-Miho

It is Over - Mihail Korubin-Miho

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Myeongbeom Kim

coolest fish tank EVER!!!!

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Laura Bell

Laura Bell painting: inspiration for callograph printmaking or just recycled-item abstract printmaking!

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Matt Molloy

Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. Using the same process, Molloy realized he could apply the same technique to capture clouds as the day progresses. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky.

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Ed Fairburn

Illustrator Ed Fairburn's Maps series turns road and subway maps into interesting canvases for his ink and pencil portraits. The artist utilizes the multicolored, patterned surface of each map to serve as an eye-catching attribute that echoes the complex textures found in the human form.