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  • Laura Victoria

    Starry Night by Alex Ruiz ~ There are no words in the English language to accurately describe how much I love this.

  • Larissa Sychtysz

    There are no words in the English language to accurately describe how much I love this....even if I'm not a Doctor Who fan, it's just so beautiful!! Lol

  • Marilyn Yvonne

    This stunning digital painting imagines the real sky that inspired The Starry Night, by Alex Ruiz.

  • Nicole Kevo

    There are no words in the English language to accurately describe how much I love this (except for the fact someone needs to mirror the image... the TARDIS is backwards.)

  • Chas Salcedo

    Artist Alex Ruiz created this magnificent digital painting that visualizes what the night sky must have looked like when Vincent Van Gogh painted his iconic “Starry Night”.

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