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Francesca Pasquali - White Straws (2014)
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Francesca Pasquali - White Straws (2014)
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Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
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Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
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Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
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Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
likeafieldmouse:

Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
likeafieldmouse:

Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
likeafieldmouse:

Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
likeafieldmouse:

Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
likeafieldmouse:

Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer

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Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer

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Bob Verschueren - Wind Paintings (1978)
"Crushed charcoal, iron oxide, chalk, terra verte, flour, yellow ochre, terre de Cassel, burnt and natural umber, laid out in a linear motif along the land…
Verschueren would wait for the wind to distribute the colored pigments and materials over the land. The resulting work was a stunning collaboration between man and nature. 
The artwork usually only lasted a few hours before the wind that created them likewise blew them away.” 
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Bob Verschueren - Wind Paintings (1978)
"Crushed charcoal, iron oxide, chalk, terra verte, flour, yellow ochre, terre de Cassel, burnt and natural umber, laid out in a linear motif along the land…
Verschueren would wait for the wind to distribute the colored pigments and materials over the land. The resulting work was a stunning collaboration between man and nature. 
The artwork usually only lasted a few hours before the wind that created them likewise blew them away.” 
likeafieldmouse:

Bob Verschueren - Wind Paintings (1978)
"Crushed charcoal, iron oxide, chalk, terra verte, flour, yellow ochre, terre de Cassel, burnt and natural umber, laid out in a linear motif along the land…
Verschueren would wait for the wind to distribute the colored pigments and materials over the land. The resulting work was a stunning collaboration between man and nature. 
The artwork usually only lasted a few hours before the wind that created them likewise blew them away.” 
likeafieldmouse:

Bob Verschueren - Wind Paintings (1978)
"Crushed charcoal, iron oxide, chalk, terra verte, flour, yellow ochre, terre de Cassel, burnt and natural umber, laid out in a linear motif along the land…
Verschueren would wait for the wind to distribute the colored pigments and materials over the land. The resulting work was a stunning collaboration between man and nature. 
The artwork usually only lasted a few hours before the wind that created them likewise blew them away.” 
likeafieldmouse:

Bob Verschueren - Wind Paintings (1978)
"Crushed charcoal, iron oxide, chalk, terra verte, flour, yellow ochre, terre de Cassel, burnt and natural umber, laid out in a linear motif along the land…
Verschueren would wait for the wind to distribute the colored pigments and materials over the land. The resulting work was a stunning collaboration between man and nature. 
The artwork usually only lasted a few hours before the wind that created them likewise blew them away.” 
likeafieldmouse:

Bob Verschueren - Wind Paintings (1978)
"Crushed charcoal, iron oxide, chalk, terra verte, flour, yellow ochre, terre de Cassel, burnt and natural umber, laid out in a linear motif along the land…
Verschueren would wait for the wind to distribute the colored pigments and materials over the land. The resulting work was a stunning collaboration between man and nature. 
The artwork usually only lasted a few hours before the wind that created them likewise blew them away.” 
likeafieldmouse:

Bob Verschueren - Wind Paintings (1978)
"Crushed charcoal, iron oxide, chalk, terra verte, flour, yellow ochre, terre de Cassel, burnt and natural umber, laid out in a linear motif along the land…
Verschueren would wait for the wind to distribute the colored pigments and materials over the land. The resulting work was a stunning collaboration between man and nature. 
The artwork usually only lasted a few hours before the wind that created them likewise blew them away.” 

likeafieldmouse:

Bob Verschueren - Wind Paintings (1978)

"Crushed charcoal, iron oxide, chalk, terra verte, flour, yellow ochre, terre de Cassel, burnt and natural umber, laid out in a linear motif along the land…

Verschueren would wait for the wind to distribute the colored pigments and materials over the land. The resulting work was a stunning collaboration between man and nature.

The artwork usually only lasted a few hours before the wind that created them likewise blew them away.” 

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Rare storyboards for Ridley Scott’s epic 1982 film Blade Runner
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Rare storyboards for Ridley Scott’s epic 1982 film Blade Runner
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Rob Dobi.
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Rob Dobi.
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Rob Dobi.
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Rob Dobi.
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Rob Dobi.
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Rob Dobi.
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Rob Dobi.
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Rob Dobi.

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