13/11
shanghai
"All Good Things are Wild and Free"
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deadlyart:

Codie Young for The Wild Magazine #5 Spring 2014 by Nicolas Valois
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asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
asylum-art:

Fresh Paint by Martin Klimas
After his latest series “Flower Explosions” photographer Martin Klimas offers an experience out of the ordinary of depositing fresh paint on a speaker and then run it at full power, and then enter the moment with his camera. More result, graphic and creative to find photos. 
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fuckyeahtattoos:

Artist: Ryan Ashley Malarkey
The Strange and Unusual, Kingston Pennsylvania.
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invisiblehype:

romance was born.
invisiblehype:

romance was born.
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m-baroque:

Romance Was Born S/S 13/14
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lezbhonest:

laura prepon….in FLANNEL
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asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
asylum-art:

Viral Seriesas, Surreal Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper
Toronto-based artist Jess Riva Cooper created this stunning collection of ceramic sculptures entitled “Viral Seriesas”…as part of an artist residency last fall at The Kohler Factory in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The pieces seem to lie at the peculiar intersection of life and death, as it should be given her inspiration behind the sculptures.
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typostrate:

Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
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Over the rainbow
These are the graphic and design inspirations made by Nour Tohme a french-lebanese designer, based in Paris. She loves pop art, patterns, textures, psychedelia, Tim Burton, Hello Kitty, Disney, toys, mermaids, polka dots, manga, vintage and of course typography. Running some famous projects such as the “Draw me a song” campaign which expolres fusion music and experimental art, she worked also for Deutsche Bank and the MIT business plan cooperation. Her work is kind of different, but typography in a handmade way could be fascinating like her work!
Typostrate on: Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Tumblr
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