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Genuine Perfume & Beauty Products: Fragrance, Makeup, Skincare, Cosmetics Photography: Surprise! Nick Knight's Instagram feed is better than yours Nick Knight: Instagram Feed I think it’s really cool when great photographers have really fantastic Instagram feeds. I mean, if you were a DJ you wouldn’t publish your shit mix tapes would you? When photography big dog Nick Knight’s not switching on the wind machine and putting another shirt on Kanye West, he devotes his time to building up a seriously impressive Instagram feed. There’s no club sandwiches or sister’s new baby in sight in this scroll-worthy account, oh no. Nick focuses on the really beautiful things in life, by which I mean birds, models, models’ hair and most importantly FLOWERS! Nick Knight: Instagram Feed Nick Knight: Instagram Feed Nick Knight: Instagram Feed Nick Knight: Instagram Feed Nick Knight: Instagram Feed Nick Knight: Instagram Feed Nick Knight: Instagram Feed Nick Knight: Instagram Feed

Streetwear, Central 13, boutique hip hop, vetement streetwear, fringue hip hop: t-shirt Unkut, YMCMB, Jordan, casquette snapback - Central 13 Designer Brand Names | Online Discount Shopping - Smart Bargains Publication: London's architecture according to astonishingly talented illustrator Thibaud Herem Christmas came early yesterday afternoon when the lovely Thibaud Herem came to visit us bearing his beautiful new publication and a whole load of original drawings for us to gawp at. To many people, Thibaud is ‘the guy who draws those amazingly detailed buildings’ and that’s fine, because that’s what he is. What I mean by this is that nobody else in the entire illustration world, nay world, creates anything like Thibaud. Going through Rotring pens faster than cups of coffee and sometimes spending over 200 hours drawing one building, Thibaud is something of a miracle worker. Thibaud Herem: London Deco Thibaud Herem: London Deco Thibaud Herem: London Deco Thibaud Herem: London Deco Thibaud Herem: London Deco Thibaud Herem: London Deco

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Premium Outlets: Everyday Discounts on Designer Brands New Cut and Contoured Map Portrait by Ed Fairburn Artist Ed Fairburn continues to push his creative limits with these new map portraits. In the piece shown above, a Bristol street map has been carefully cut and drawn on, revealing the side of a woman's face. The map can turn into an envelope, which results in a combination of the map works Fairburn usually produces and a project he had previously worked on that involved postal art. In another new work, Fairburn marries two previous techniques, as well. "With contoured maps I usually use a pencil to follow lines of elevation, altering the grade and pressure to change the tones," he tells us. "With "Innsbruck" (below), I've instead highlighted the contours in ink, altering the thickness of each line to show the figure." Ed Fairburn's website

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School Gym Transformed Into Island with Permanent Marker The amazing things that artists can do with a simple pen or pencil are limitless. So it's not surprising, although it is especially impressive, to see this detailed island landscape created completely with a black permanent marker. Entitled Oiwa Island 2, the public art installation was drawn by Brazilian artist Oscar Oiwa on plastic sheets that covered the walls and floors of an abandoned school gym on Ibuki Island. Using only black and white, Oiwa covered the space with intricate, repetitive patterns, scenes of nature, and amazing details that viewers were invited to walk across and inspect from different points of view. Set within a dome-shaped room, the illustrations completely consumed viewers as they enter the rounded space, leaving them to explore the great details of the fictional island. Oscar Oiwa's website Photo credit: David Billa via [Ogijima], [Skumar's]

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