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it’s friday night! (time for sweet nothings) Still Life Photography, Art Photography, Foto Still, Ikebana, Art Inspo, Art Direction, Flower Art, Flower Power, Floral Arrangements

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INSPIRATION 34 / MIRROR EDITORIALS — Weekend Creative

Recently I've been looking at a lot of magazine editorials and shoots involving mirrors. I love the idea that one object can be used in so many different ways in the hands of different photographers. Mirrors often add an element of mystery to a shoot because they can be used to block part o

Upside down body art Photography by Juan Manuel Garcia. Original in colour. Creative Photography, Art Photography, Fashion Photography, Foto Picture, Manolo Garcia, Chef D Oeuvre, Black N White, Mode Inspiration, Belle Photo

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monolith detail "The column, meters feet) high carved out of a single block of stone, consists of 121 figures. Modeled by Vigeland in the years it took three stone carvers from 1929 to 1943 to complete the Monolith, just shortly before Vigeland died. Scientific Method Activities, Viking Culture, Animal Pillows, Iron On Transfer, Diy Pillows, Ancient Art, Portrait Art, Figurative Art, Norway

monolith detail

"The column, 14.12 meters (46 feet) high carved out of a single block of stone, consists of 121 figures. Modeled by Vigeland in the years 1924-25, it took three stone carvers from 1929 to 1943 to complete the Monolith, just shortly before Vigeland died. The column is completely covered by human figures in relief, singly or in groups. At the bottom there are seemingly inert bodies. Above them figures ascent in a spiral, the movement halting midway and then rising at a fast pace towards the…

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