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STUNNING PORTRAITS BY BERNARD PRAS

French artist Bernard Pras is widely acknowledged for his unbelievable located-item installations. In anamorphic artworks like these, he hides his photographs in piles of what looks to be plain junk. They can only be witnessed through a distinct system or just from a proper angle.

In buy to produce the anamorphic influence, the artist cautiously plans the entire installation and places seemingly random objects, selecting them by coloration and measurement so that they would resemble a renowned portrait or impression from a solitary perspective. Pras makes use of plastic squander, aged tablets, containers, luggage, packs, dolls, toys, musical instruments, family objects, and quite considerably anything that would seem proper for the shade and texture he wants. The outcomes are just jaw-dropping!

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RIP SABAH

A tribute to the Lebanese legend Sabah for 60 years of original Lebanese art.

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GIANT OUTDOOR OWL SCULPTURE FROM JUNK

This giant owl sculpture, nestled against a city wall in Covilhã, Portugal, was created by Portuguese street artist Artur Bordalo (aka Bordalo II). The sculpture is called “Owl Eyes” and is composed out of various metal scraps, tractor tires, corrugated sheet metal, and other bits of urban junk.

The steampunkish piece of street art was created as part of the annual WOOL festival in Covilhã, which is dedicated to urban arts.

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HYPERDETAILED DRAWINGS BY KERBY ROSANES

Kerby Rosanes is a young 23 years-old artist residing in the Philippines. Black ink on white paper, the complexity of illustrations is inversely proportional to the simplicity of the mediums used. Animals are essential in the works of Kerby and integrate wonderful imaginary worlds.

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COLORS OF OUR NATURE!

While hiking in the mountains of our beautiful nature, our photographer Samer Rabah took this shot where the mountains were fusing together from his angle.

A unique layering of natural colors are indeed an inspiring resource for exquisite color palettes!

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OUR PANTONE IS 185 C. WHAT IS YOURS?

The Spanish artist Angelica Dass presents her project called Humanae. This project uses the Classification of alphanumeric pantone color according to skin color of different people photographed.

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