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Nicoletta De La Brown's embroidered plastic bags

El Barrio Bodega is a series of embroidered plastic bags by Brooklyn born, Baltimore based artist, Nicoletta Darita de la Brown. Nicoletta finds the bags on the streets and reclaims them with her embellishments.

Its a race against the tide for this artist who spends hours carving intricate artworks in the sand - only for them to be washed away by the sea just hours later. Andres Amador spends hours painstakingly carving giant doodles on the beach some spanning a massive 300 by 500 foot. The American artist carefully sketches each pattern and geometric design in a sketchbook before re-creating the grand design in the sand using nothing more than a garden rake.

San Francisco-area based landscape artist Andres Amador creates amazing large-scale sand paintings on beaches using only a rake and some help from volunteers.

American Horror Story season 4

'American Horror Story' Season 4 is going to be quite the freak show. Show creator Ryan Murphy announced that the highly anticipated carnival themed season has officially been named 'Freak Show'.

Named "Crow" ...Wise, old, non-comformist tribal woman. Oldest member of tribe. Rough, tough, misunderstood (as a result of not giving a crap what people think) and wise.

Named "Crow" .Wise, old, non-comformist tribal woman. Oldest member of tribe. Rough, tough, misunderstood (as a result of not giving a crap what people think) and wise.

Hippocampus

“Lara Zankoul Photography invites viewers to suspend disbelief with her photos of subaquatic home life, which she shot in a water tank outfitted like a…”

Why So Serious? Dean Bradshaw’s Humorous Golden Years Series

Why So Serious? Dean Bradshaw’s Humorous Golden Years Series

Portrait Photography, Photography Projects, Portraits, Sport, Creative Photos, Ageing, Flyers, Dean, Advertising

Magazine - 'The Hyena and Other Men,' and other Photographs by Pieter Hugo

'The Hyena and Other Men,' and other Photographs by Pieter Hugo

Pieter Hugo photography Yakubu Al Hasan, Agbogbloshie Market, Accra, Ghana, 2009 From the series Permanent Error

the blades of grass made criss-cross patterns across her face. it made her look like a broken china doll.

Natural light- daylight photography involving shadow to add more depth and subject matter to a portrait without directly adding an object into the photo.

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