posts tagged: animals

  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals Mikko Lagerstedt | on Tumblr - Night Animals
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013) Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013) Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013) Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013) Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro
Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
  • Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014) Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014) Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014) Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014) Nunzio Paci | on tumblr 
Anatomy of a winged. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 180x150 cm (2013)There is a cage inside me. Pencil, oil, bitumen on canvas, 200x180 cm (2013)Deer man. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins on canvas, 100x80 cm (2013)Cannibal equines. Pencil, oil, enamel, resins, bitumen on canvas, 200x175 cm (2013)Muscles and flesh you were, blood and leaves you will go back. Pencil and oil on canvas, 130x100 cm (2014)
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 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Sophie Photographe]
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 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Sophie Photographe] Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…
Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Rafael Mantesso | artist recommended by Mumy] Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Rafael Mantesso | artist recommended by Mumy] Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Rafael Mantesso | artist recommended by Mumy] Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Rafael Mantesso | artist recommended by Mumy] Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
[more Rafael Mantesso | artist recommended by Mumy] Rafael Mantesso (Brazil) - Jimmy Choo the Bull Terrier
Rafael Mantesso, editor in chief of Brasilian gastronomy marketing site Marketing na Cozinha. While fine food may rank high on Mantesso’s priority list however, another of his great loves is his adorable Bull Terrier, Jimmy Choo, the star of his highly imaginative feed. A talented artist, Mantesso captures his pup against a backdrop of amusing illustrations, accompanied by various props where necessary, to hilarious, heartwarming effect. (src. AnOther) © All images courtesy of the artist
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Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
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Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
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  • Artist on Tumblr
Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
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  • Artist on Tumblr
Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
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  • Artist on Tumblr
Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
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  • Artist on Tumblr
Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
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  • Artist on Tumblr
Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
© All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Artist on Tumblr
Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
© All images courtesy of the artist
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Artist on Tumblr
Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
© All images courtesy of the artist
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Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
© All images courtesy of the artist
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Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
© All images courtesy of the artist
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Kelly Blevins | on Tumblr (USA)
Kelly Blevins is a Pittsburgh-based artist combining social stigmas of nudity, politics and philosophies. The body of work she produces is generally large in scale to create clear, strong statements in relevance to universal concepts related to human nature. Each drawing starts by applying charcoal powder with a large brush for basic shape and composition. Thereafter, an eraser and a charcoal pencil are used to develop a realistic representation of her visions. Kelly’s has been honored awards in Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Idaho. 
© All images courtesy of the artist
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  • Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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  • Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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  • Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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  • Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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  • Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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  • Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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[more Tomohiro Inaba | artist found at Fubiz] Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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[more Tomohiro Inaba | artist found at Fubiz] Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)
Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.
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  • Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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  • Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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  • Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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  • Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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  • Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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  • Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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  • Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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  • Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Andrea Minini | artist found at slowartday] Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Andrea Minini | artist found at slowartday] Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Andrea Minini | artist found at slowartday] Andrea Minini (Italy) - Animals in Moiré
Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. You can see more from this series over on Behance. (src. Colossal)
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