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Pencil Vs Camera - 57

Pencil Vs Camera - 57
Take My Key of Dreams Take my key of dreams For anything that´ll go Not all is what it seems Thru the keyhole’s glow Stretch your own wings Flow them thru a twist The character inside sings What your traits has kissed Roads must be two ways One is to your reply The other with head plays Wherein the interiors fly Love is in its fine tresses Falling down to the earth Mind and ability abolishes Each of its possess worth Sometimes you’ll find a key To your instant problems It might have a sure way To what it after that becomes Learn thru your oversight All moves toward vitality spin There is no wrong or right Only the ones that will win - Peter S.

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20 Amazing Watercolor Masterpieces This is the first of its kind post on Designzzz. The reason this subject of watercolor paintings is selected because these paintings cannot carry as much detail as other routine oil or digital paintings. That is due to the fact that watercolours are not that sophisticated with gradients and swirls. This aspect makes it the most aspiring brand of art, hence we are sharing a collection 20 watercolor paintings from all over the internet.

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Ian Francis Interview This England based artist had his first U.S. solo show @BLK/MRKT in 2007 and sold it out. We've been meaning to interview him for awhile. Ian Francis was born in 1979 in Bristol, England, and graduated from the University of the West of England with a degree in Illustration.

streets of hong kong photo Random photo Submit your photo Stumble Thru urban photography Tags: Amazing 3D Drawings Fredo’s artwork looks like it comes to life from a piece of paper. It is outstanding! See also: “Pencil Art: Turn on the Light.” Photos © Fredo Link via Bored Panda Oil paintings by Esao Andrews Esao Andrews grew up in Mesa, Arizona and moved to NYC in 1996 to pursue a life of art making. He attended The School of Visual Arts and now lives and works from his home in Brooklyn with his semi-faithful companion, Soybean. Official Web Site Facebook You might also like

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