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Matching the horizon with white binding on trees. Just bizarrely amazing.

earth n site artist to decorate sidewalks, bricks, trees, etc .Zander Olsen 'Tree Line'. Trees wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon.

Flying Houses 2 Laurent Chéhere, a French photographer born in 1972 in Paris, makes images of flying houses and other dwellings that are informed by his wanderings in the hidden neighborhoods of Paris and by his love of cinematic history. The charming manipulated images, part digital, part analog depict a dreamlike world where his reconstructed houses appear to float in a silvery sky.

Flying Houses from Houses of Laurent Chehere Photography. These are a thing of beauty and aesthetic. They are currently on display in Muriel Guépin Gallery, New York, until February Take a look at their portfolio for more.

-Adam Hale- 'one of those days'

Photo by Adam Hale. I like this design because it is simple but neat. It seems to have a meaning which makes you think what is the designer trying to tell you through this design? I think the butterflies coming out was a nice touch to the design.

Aerial Nudes by John Crawford › Inspiration Now

ART: Surreal Photographs by Kevin DowdKevin Dowd is an Irish practitioner who explores themes of consciousness, loss, difference, inversion and abstraction through his.

Wonderworld Jewelry

Circo Voador // Flying Circus Tent from the Flying House series by French photographer Laurent Chehere.

Flying Houses

Flying Houses

When I came across the Flying House series by French photographer Laurent Chehere , I instantly fell in love.

Carbon Obscura, Lloyd Godman,  papier de carbone choisi pour son opacité, à "green house" monsalvat, australie,

Artist Journal, Carbon Obscura, Lloyd Godman gosto desse jeito da luz vazar por algo, e se for uma luz azul ;) light through holes in a solid black sheet. love the light rays it makes -Ashley

MOmbati Ki Tarah Hume  Apana Karm Karana Chahiye Taki Dinuya Me Ujala Bana Rahe.... JIgar Rathod

This image clearly shows the use of photoshop, in which the creator has ironically and cleverly manipulated the natural flame on the candle to represent its opposition 'water'. What a beautiful contradiction.

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