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Cultura Inquieta - Gilbert Legrand

Cultura Inquieta - Gilbert Legrand

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Yet another sand sculpture, pretty cool how this guy managed to get the flat surface right between the zipper. I wonder how long this lasted before crumbling?

Yet another sand sculpture, pretty cool how this guy managed to get the flat surface right between the zipper. I wonder how long this lasted before crumbling?

Waterhouse, John William (1849-1917) in 1900c. by Ralph Winwood Robinson John William Waterhouse was an English Pre-Raphaelite painter who is most famous for his paintings of female characters from Greek and Arthurian mythology.

Waterhouse, John William (1849-1917) in 1900c. by Ralph Winwood Robinson John William Waterhouse was an English Pre-Raphaelite painter who is most famous for his paintings of female characters from Greek and Arthurian mythology.

peacock energy print

peacock energy print

Tipi | Ana Victoria Calderon

Tipi | Ana Victoria Calderon

Frederique Morrel is a French artist who takes old tapestries and turns them into cool animal sculptures. She does all kinds of animals, including wall-mounted heads. Why settle for something you'd see out in the wild? I think her stuff is fascinating, a great way to reuse tapestries. Maybe I should commission her to do a bulldog?

Frederique Morrel is a French artist who takes old tapestries and turns them into cool animal sculptures. She does all kinds of animals, including wall-mounted heads. Why settle for something you'd see out in the wild? I think her stuff is fascinating, a great way to reuse tapestries. Maybe I should commission her to do a bulldog?

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, Art Nouveau, Symbolism, 1862-1918): . 1898. - Google Search

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, Art Nouveau, Symbolism, 1862-1918): . 1898. - Google Search

Cleopatra, by John William Waterhouse

Cleopatra, by John William Waterhouse

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