FANCY PANDA

FANCY PANDA
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flyngdream:

Kim Byungkwan - Illusion Device
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yedkas-blog:

Parts from my unfinished “Life’s bizarre” film project. The first 141 frames of the first gif were done in 2011, (the rest in 2013) it was actually one of the first animations I had ever drawn and I’m still very fond of it.
yedkas-blog:

Parts from my unfinished “Life’s bizarre” film project. The first 141 frames of the first gif were done in 2011, (the rest in 2013) it was actually one of the first animations I had ever drawn and I’m still very fond of it.
yedkas-blog:

Parts from my unfinished “Life’s bizarre” film project. The first 141 frames of the first gif were done in 2011, (the rest in 2013) it was actually one of the first animations I had ever drawn and I’m still very fond of it.
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asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
asylum-art:

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 4 Years
Facebook, Instagram
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya has been using everyday objects – fruit, vegetables, stationary, toilet paper – he finds around his house to pair with figurines, turning them all into creative, dramatic and sometimes humorous scenes. He’s been doing this every day of the year , for the past 4 years, prompting him to title his project “Miniature Calendar.”
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asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
asylum-art:

Surreal and quirky photoshopped images by Martín De Pasquale 
on Behance
This is the incredible world of a digital artist who creates mind-bending works of art with Photoshop. The work of Martin De Pasquale proves the programme isn’t just about airbrushing curvy celebrities to make them look even more beautiful. The Buenos Aires-based artist places himself in darkly surreal and quirky scenarios after taking nondescript photographs of himself.
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cedenike:

Paranoia by Draken413o
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asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
asylum-art:

Giuseppe Colarusso Photography
The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…“
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blacc-fridayy:

Urban , street-skate , luxury ~
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