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Henrik Vibskov SS15 | The Sticky Brick Fingers
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peithokaihimeros:

Fotography by Carlos Becerra © 2014. #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela #SOSVenezuela
peithokaihimeros:

Fotography by Carlos Becerra © 2014. #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela #SOSVenezuela
peithokaihimeros:

Fotography by Carlos Becerra © 2014. #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela #SOSVenezuela
peithokaihimeros:

Fotography by Carlos Becerra © 2014. #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela #SOSVenezuela
peithokaihimeros:

Fotography by Carlos Becerra © 2014. #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela #SOSVenezuela
peithokaihimeros:

Fotography by Carlos Becerra © 2014. #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela #SOSVenezuela
peithokaihimeros:

Fotography by Carlos Becerra © 2014. #Chacao #Caracas #Venezuela #SOSVenezuela
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Michael Mapes
Taking hundreds of tiny photographs, gelatin capsules, vials, insect pins, and other “specimens,” artist Michael Mapes collages his own interpretation of renowned dutch portraits. Using the paintings of Rembrandt, Nicolaes Eliasz PIckenoy, and others, Mapes recreates the work in painstaking detail using the tiny fragments and pins.  ”Of particular importance,” Mapes says, is the “inclusion of new photos and materials intended to extend the imagined experience of what is captured in the original portrait to suggest the artist’s consideration and processes.”
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Michael Mapes
Taking hundreds of tiny photographs, gelatin capsules, vials, insect pins, and other “specimens,” artist Michael Mapes collages his own interpretation of renowned dutch portraits. Using the paintings of Rembrandt, Nicolaes Eliasz PIckenoy, and others, Mapes recreates the work in painstaking detail using the tiny fragments and pins.  ”Of particular importance,” Mapes says, is the “inclusion of new photos and materials intended to extend the imagined experience of what is captured in the original portrait to suggest the artist’s consideration and processes.”
actegratuit:

Michael Mapes
Taking hundreds of tiny photographs, gelatin capsules, vials, insect pins, and other “specimens,” artist Michael Mapes collages his own interpretation of renowned dutch portraits. Using the paintings of Rembrandt, Nicolaes Eliasz PIckenoy, and others, Mapes recreates the work in painstaking detail using the tiny fragments and pins.  ”Of particular importance,” Mapes says, is the “inclusion of new photos and materials intended to extend the imagined experience of what is captured in the original portrait to suggest the artist’s consideration and processes.”
actegratuit:

Michael Mapes
Taking hundreds of tiny photographs, gelatin capsules, vials, insect pins, and other “specimens,” artist Michael Mapes collages his own interpretation of renowned dutch portraits. Using the paintings of Rembrandt, Nicolaes Eliasz PIckenoy, and others, Mapes recreates the work in painstaking detail using the tiny fragments and pins.  ”Of particular importance,” Mapes says, is the “inclusion of new photos and materials intended to extend the imagined experience of what is captured in the original portrait to suggest the artist’s consideration and processes.”
actegratuit:

Michael Mapes
Taking hundreds of tiny photographs, gelatin capsules, vials, insect pins, and other “specimens,” artist Michael Mapes collages his own interpretation of renowned dutch portraits. Using the paintings of Rembrandt, Nicolaes Eliasz PIckenoy, and others, Mapes recreates the work in painstaking detail using the tiny fragments and pins.  ”Of particular importance,” Mapes says, is the “inclusion of new photos and materials intended to extend the imagined experience of what is captured in the original portrait to suggest the artist’s consideration and processes.”
actegratuit:

Michael Mapes
Taking hundreds of tiny photographs, gelatin capsules, vials, insect pins, and other “specimens,” artist Michael Mapes collages his own interpretation of renowned dutch portraits. Using the paintings of Rembrandt, Nicolaes Eliasz PIckenoy, and others, Mapes recreates the work in painstaking detail using the tiny fragments and pins.  ”Of particular importance,” Mapes says, is the “inclusion of new photos and materials intended to extend the imagined experience of what is captured in the original portrait to suggest the artist’s consideration and processes.”
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mrsramseysshawl:

Rinaldo Hopf (born in 1955 in Freiburg), Trickster
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danielshea:

birmingham today
danielshea:

birmingham today
danielshea:

birmingham today
danielshea:

birmingham today
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Yayoi Kusama