Ojos adentrO
I like this and this and this ...
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Ojos adentrO
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processpracticeresearch:

Cartography portraits - Ed Fairburn
Ed Fairburn explains, ‘I paint, draw and construct using a flexible range of tangible media across a wide range of surfaces and contexts, allowing my practice to exist across various disciplines.’ 
This quote by the artist really links in with this brief as I am required to combine two processes to complete my final design, so looking at Fairburn’s work really has given me inspiration from a technical perspective not just visually.
 http://blog.patternbank.com/cartography-portraits-ed-fairburn/
processpracticeresearch:

Cartography portraits - Ed Fairburn
Ed Fairburn explains, ‘I paint, draw and construct using a flexible range of tangible media across a wide range of surfaces and contexts, allowing my practice to exist across various disciplines.’ 
This quote by the artist really links in with this brief as I am required to combine two processes to complete my final design, so looking at Fairburn’s work really has given me inspiration from a technical perspective not just visually.
 http://blog.patternbank.com/cartography-portraits-ed-fairburn/
processpracticeresearch:

Cartography portraits - Ed Fairburn
Ed Fairburn explains, ‘I paint, draw and construct using a flexible range of tangible media across a wide range of surfaces and contexts, allowing my practice to exist across various disciplines.’ 
This quote by the artist really links in with this brief as I am required to combine two processes to complete my final design, so looking at Fairburn’s work really has given me inspiration from a technical perspective not just visually.
 http://blog.patternbank.com/cartography-portraits-ed-fairburn/
processpracticeresearch:

Cartography portraits - Ed Fairburn
Ed Fairburn explains, ‘I paint, draw and construct using a flexible range of tangible media across a wide range of surfaces and contexts, allowing my practice to exist across various disciplines.’ 
This quote by the artist really links in with this brief as I am required to combine two processes to complete my final design, so looking at Fairburn’s work really has given me inspiration from a technical perspective not just visually.
 http://blog.patternbank.com/cartography-portraits-ed-fairburn/
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sarafratini:

¡Llamando al dios de las ideas!Calling the god of all the ideas!
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qcblog:

Vendedora ambulante en Vietnam 
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gaksdesigns:

Muses by Conrad Roset / On Tumblr
gaksdesigns:

Muses by Conrad Roset / On Tumblr
gaksdesigns:

Muses by Conrad Roset / On Tumblr
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asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
asylum-art:

Surreal Photo Manipulations By Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre
Facebook | show in Amsterdam next month at Qlickeditions
Young or old, it’s never too late to change directions in life and begin chasing your dreams instead of just your obligations.  Photographer Kylli Sparre is a perfect example of this – she discovered that she wanted to be a photographer only after completing professional ballet school.
“When the studies were over, I realized it wasn’t the path for me. I have been searching for an outlet for my creativity ever since. [A few] years ago I found it in photography and never looked back,” writes the artist on her website. The influence of her professional ballet experience is clear in her current photography work – the models in her surreal and dream-like pictures are filled with grace, effortless poise, elegance and beauty.
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