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Stunning tattoos by David Allen  
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Lindo collarin
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nevver:

Yuko Shimizu
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Natalia Vodianova in La Légende de Shalimar, 2013
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Beautiful drawings by agnes-cecile

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Beautiful drawings by agnes-cecile

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devidsketchbook:

ARTIST AMY SWARTELE
Amy Swartelé is a Belgian and American painter who can “touch deeply if one is open to test boundaries”. Swartelé’s paintings develop from traditions of surrealism and expressionism, using occassional illusion and an evocative use of paint to question our perceptions and assumptions. See more
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devidsketchbook:

ARTIST AMY SWARTELE
Amy Swartelé is a Belgian and American painter who can “touch deeply if one is open to test boundaries”. Swartelé’s paintings develop from traditions of surrealism and expressionism, using occassional illusion and an evocative use of paint to question our perceptions and assumptions. See more
[ via: actegratuit ] 
devidsketchbook:

ARTIST AMY SWARTELE
Amy Swartelé is a Belgian and American painter who can “touch deeply if one is open to test boundaries”. Swartelé’s paintings develop from traditions of surrealism and expressionism, using occassional illusion and an evocative use of paint to question our perceptions and assumptions. See more
[ via: actegratuit ] 
devidsketchbook:

ARTIST AMY SWARTELE
Amy Swartelé is a Belgian and American painter who can “touch deeply if one is open to test boundaries”. Swartelé’s paintings develop from traditions of surrealism and expressionism, using occassional illusion and an evocative use of paint to question our perceptions and assumptions. See more
[ via: actegratuit ]