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20 awesome and creative portrait ideas » Blog of Francesco Mugnai
Your source of inspiration PhotosInspirationCollections 20 awesome and creative portrait ideas By Francesco Mugnai • 3 years ago Nov 2011 Share Comment Love Share 20 awesome and creative portrait ideas Huge self portrait mosaic made of thousands of plastic bottle caps Portraits in Ink and Tea Portraits made with old cassettes… Hello. Embroidered portraits Geometric portraits Pen portrait The Self-Landscapes of Levi van Veluw Written Portraits Double Exposure Portraits Muhammad Ali portrait created using 1,300 punching bags Gradient mesh portraits Paper portraits Harley-Davidson ad Adobe Mosaic Collection Incredible pencil portraits Family tree, an experiment of visual DNA Astonishing Portrait of Steve Jobs Made From MacBook Parts Pencil vs Camera portrait Portrait Made of 4,242 Rubik’s Cubes And…finally the banana portrait! Share: 20 awesome and creative portrait ideas Tags Art portraits You Might Also Like 1 year ago Photography The Magical World of Surreal Levitation Photography Read More 4 years ago Read More Comments Top

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