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13 Really Impressive Miniature Art By A Talented Japanese Artist

Perspektive typo

I love the use of depth and perspective in these pieces. // I love how unique this is. There is a lot of geometry and perspective work done throughout these words. I like that it is very in depth and complicated.

Fusion Frames [What about other ''rule-breaking'' shapes? Letters, breaking the 4th wall so completely that it can't frame anything, sections of frame that go off on dead-ends, distortions partly along the lines, frame in middle w/ picture surrounding, etc]

Fusion Frames

Fusion Frames [What about other ''rule-breaking'' shapes? Letters, breaking the wall so completely that it can't frame anything, sections of frame that go off on dead-ends, distortions partly alon (Cool Crafts To Make)

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Banksy: Street West in Lancaster, California, Beautifully done and I saw the artist and a girl working on it. City workers painted over it within days. I have a picture of it. I will post it soon. I had no idea it was the elusive Banksy, it was amazing.

verstrengeld

amazing sculptural installations from Brazilian artist, Henrique Oliveira. The pieces encompass wood, hardware and paint techniques to create these astounding installations.

Nourhan

CREATIV 1.4

Installation Aerial par Monika Grzymala :: Tape, patience and imagination Aerial is a facility of the Berlin artist Monika Grzymala, made entirely with a big black tape, she dresses a column and two white walls with incredible dexterity.

Anežka Kašpárková (85 years old) live in Louka, Czech Republic and every year renews the painting of the chapel of his village.

Anežka Kašpárková years old) live in Louka, Czech Republic and every year renews the painting of the chapel of his village / Street Art / Wall / paint

Against a tasty backdrop of pastries, fruit, and vegetables, photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida have created a series of humorous dioramas that depict miniature people going about their daily lives in an edible world. http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/01/miniature-food-minimiam/

"How Grapes Are Made" by Minimiam, the artistic collaboration between Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle. Minimiam imagines tiny worlds in every bite of food, populated by miniature residents. First seen on AnOther Magazine.

Numerals by Erté (Romain de Tirtoff), Russian-born French artist. (1892 – 1990). His famed "Alphabet Suite" is at the Centre Pompidou Museum in Paris, and depicts each letter of the alphabet in true Erté style. These artworks, which Erté began in 1927, were later printed as a suite of limited edition prints. The prints were an immediate success upon their release in 1977 and are now extremely rare as a complete set.

Numerals by Erté (Romain de Tirtoff), Russian-born French artist. – His famed "Alphabet Suite" is at the Centre Pompidou Museum in Paris, and depicts each letter of the alphabet in true Erté style. These artworks, which Erté began in 1927

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