Brilliant & Colossal Sand Drawings By Sam Dougados

Brilliant & Colossal Sand Drawings By Sam Dougados More info: Sam Dougados, Instagram, Facebook French artist Sam Dougados makes ephemeral installations around the world : France, Ireland, Morocco, Spain, England or Portugal. In the sand, he draws monumental frescos playing with patterns or 3D perspective’s effect. These drawings end up erased by a wave, and …

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“The sexiest and Most Beautiful Chickens On The Planet” by Moreno Monti and Matteo Tranchellini

"The sexiest and Most Beautiful Chickens On The Planet" by Moreno Monti and Matteo Tranchellini. Matteo Tranchellini is a professional photographer and he first got fascinated by the beauty of chickens while looking for a Concincina as a pet for his studio garden in Milan. In 2013 he met a farmer named Giorgio who invited him to …

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Bucolic and Vibrant Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott

Bucolic and Vibrant Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott Facebook and Instagram Iris Scott (b.1984) is an oil finger painting artist based in New York City, Brooklyn. Iris makes her color-saturated canvases burst with movement using a form of textural Impressionism all her own, and without using a brush. “There’s nothing between me and the …

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Frozen Landscapes Tell A Winter’s Tale In New Photographs By Kilian Schönberger

Frozen Landscapes Tell A Winter’s Tale In New Photographs By Kilian Schönberger Behance, Instagram German photographer Kilian Schönberger is known for capturing otherworldly images of his natural surroundings. His latest series, Winter’s Tale, was shot in the mountain ranges of Germany and central Europe and showcases the desaturated, hushed landscapes of snow-covered forests. Schönberger describes …

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Dramatic shots of mountain cabins in the French Pyrenees

Dramatic shots of mountain cabins in the French Pyrenees The mountains in the Pyrénées are dotted with cabins and shelters in the middle of rolling fields, some still used by shepherds to this day. They’re also the subject of French photographer Tristan Pereira‘s latest series, Refuges. For Pereira, the cabins provide not only warmth and …

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A New Infrared View of the Dolomites by Paolo Pettigiani Shows Craggy Landscapes in Cotton Candy Colors

A New Infrared View of the Dolomites by Paolo Pettigiani Shows Craggy Landscapes in Cotton Candy Colors “If the doors of perception were cleansed, every thing would appear to man as it is, infinite.”  – William Blake (The marriage of Heaven and Hell) on Behance and Instagram. Italian photographer Paolo Pettigiani made a wonderful series of images of …

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Land Artist James Brunt use the earth as a canvas

Land Artist James Brunt use the earth as a canvas On Facebook | Twitter Yorkshire-based artist James Brunt has become well-known for his land art, temporary works made from carefully arranged natural objects like leaves, sticks, and stones. While the artworks themselves may only last for a few hours, the pieces live on in photographic form. …

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Animals Sniffing Flowers Is The Cutest Thing Ever

Animals Sniffing Flowers Is The Cutest Thing Ever   Flowers have the most alluring smell, and not only to the impressionable bees. We have made a list of photos that show animals enjoying a whiff or two from a petal or bloom. Kittens, nature's cuddliest critters, look even better when they're enjoying the sweet scents …

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Alison Moritsugu Paints on Fallen Logs to Reflect Their Origins

 Alison Moritsugu Paints on Fallen Logs to Reflect Their Origins For her project between art and design, simply entitled Log paintings, the Hawaiian artist Alison Moritsugu wanted to pay tribute to forests and countryside, dramatically threatened by the destructive effects of industrialization. The artist collects most of her canvases in the Northeast, opting for trees …

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