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Paul Smith store on Melrose - how cool is it that architecture plus great photography equals art?

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ΛλOWGLI Virtual Horizon (by Mowgli Omari) http://mowgliomari.tumblr.com http://www.flickr.com/photos/mowgli-omari/ mowgliomari@yahoo.com

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Leontjew lakabıyla tanınan Alman fotoğrafçının flickr galerisi için tıklayın .

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Multicolor highrise, Hong Kong, 2014, photograph by Lam Yu. * 1500 free paper dolls and toys Chinese paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel, also free Chinese toys at Arielle Gabriels The Internaitonal Paper Doll Society *

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“You can leave Hong Kong, but it will never leave you.” Nury Vittachi, Hong Kong: The City of Dreams

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Jain temple - Bikaner. Built with tons of ghee. On very hot days the oil is said to seep through the stones.

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Adam Ferriss. His recent work utilizes the RGB Tricolor separation process and pixel sorting algorithms as procedural mechanisms to initiate iterative changes in light and pixel structure.

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Mariko Kusumoto: Translucent Explorations II / Meet the Artist February 21, 1-3 pm at Mobilia Gallery

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A series of modern architecture photography of the Ministry of Urban Development and Environment in Hamburg, Germany. German designer and photographer Lars

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MINIMALIST URBAN PHOTOGRAPHY - Invisible is amazing photo series of minimalist urban photography by Vittorio Ciccarelli. It is minimal urban photos with details removed. Ciccarelliis graphic designer/photographer living and working in Naples.

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Eric Dufour is a talented photographer based in Arnas, France. He shoots a lot of landscape, animal, urban and architecture photography. “My photographic approach can be resumed in this citation fr…

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Showcase and discover creative work on the world's leading online platform for creative industries.

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❤️The number of the 'beast' isn't about some demon...it's about the human living in 'beast' consiousness, like an animal, unenlightened. Thus an unenlightened human, a carbon-12 based beast, would indeed have 666 as his carbon representation. A human can become enlightened as his carbon moves from 666 to 661 enlightenment, then this would move him from beast to divine state. 5.11.11

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The bright colors are really eye catching. I really like it because the colors are not what you expect, which makes an ordinarily dull image more interesting and exciting.

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Ethereal Sculptures and Wearable Orbs Formed From Synthetic Fabric by Mariko Kusumoto

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