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'Journey' © Nikolina Petolas http://www.nikolinapetolas.com/portfolio?image#1

Artwork Type: Print Medium: Giclee Printing Pigment Inks on Museum Grade Fine Art Digital Archival Paper Artwork Description: Surreal photocomposite of a house above the sea. About The Artist: Nikoli

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Amazing surreal photography by French artist Alastair Magnaldo. With his surrealist photomontages Magnaldo creates scenes in which children’s dreams come true. See more photos here All images © Alastair Magnaldo Save Save

www.pencilkings.com  Amazing #fantasyart from Alexandra Douglass

"Dreaming is out of the box thinking." Introspection by Alexandra Douglass. I want this print so badly, or better, a stretched canvas print of it.

(Read Caption) Whir. I blinked, my eyes were a camera lens. I could record or take images with my eyes. I was a weapon, a spy. The Republic Order sent me to spy on the enemy, but they knew I become friends with a girl working for the Enemy. (Someone play the girl) Maybe something for https://Addgeeks.com ?

I blinked, my eyes were a camera lens. I could record or take images with my eyes. I was a weapon, a spy. The Republic Order sent me to spy on the enemy, but they knew I become fr (Cool Gadgets For Girls)

More than a ship in a bottle, an entire storm and sufferer. They look like something that would be fantastic to have as a home decoration, if such things existed. Such a cool idea and I love how they were able to capture that true storm effect in the jar

Let me out

Entrapment by Dawndra.This picture gives the impression that she is trapped inside and is looking out at what other people or someone else has .

Atlanta-based photographer Sheila Pree Bright used the classic toy to emphasise the disconnect between commercialised beauty ideals and real women for her series, "Plastic Bodies."

Photos merge Barbie with real women

Atlanta-based photographer Sheila Pree Bright used the classic toy to emphasise the disconnect between commercialised beauty ideals and real women for her series, "Plastic Bodies.

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