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an info poster showing the different types of men's body shapes and their characteristics
Advertising Ka Kamaal...: Great Boss? Horrible Boss???
the instructions for making earrings with wire and glass beads are shown in several different ways
How to Make Resin Jewelry - Nunn Design
Learn how to hammer flat a Nunn Design Wire Frame, prepare the Wire Frame to…
colorful paper streamers hanging from the side of a window
Paper Christmas Lights Garland — Stubbornly Crafty
Christmas light strand tutorial
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47 of the Best Inspirational Quotes | @Lifeofyrdesign
a mannequin is standing in front of an assortment of colorful objects on display
Digital Signage
The thing about Anthropologie store window displays is that they are so perfectly aligned with the Anthropologie brand and style. #retail #stores
there are many rolls of toilet paper lined up on the wall next to each other
Throwback: Can It! - Church Stage Design Ideas
200 paint cans and light bulbs. The frames for the paint cans/light bulbs are built from 2x4s and masonite, with sheets of coroplast behind the arrow frames. The arrows were wired in sequence to allow them to control the way the 60 watt light bulbs flashed.
an abstract painting on the side of a building with lots of paint dripping from it
.I loved you from the first moment, I love you now, I'll love you for a lifetime and beyond. ♥ Ti ho amato dal primo istante, ti amo ora, ti amerò per tutta la vita e oltre.♥
there are many different colors on the wall and one is made out of paint cans
four black and white photographs with water droplets on them
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two different images of the same area with colorful paint on it and grass in front
curated contemporary art /// pip & pop
pip pop "Australian artist Tanya Schultz works as Pip & Pop to create immersive installations and artworks from an eclectic range of materials including sugar, glitter, candy, plastic flowers, everyday craft materials and all sorts of objects she finds on her travels. Her practice embodies both independent and collaborative processes across varying disciplines including installation, painting, wall-works and sculpture. Often ephemeral, her meticulously constructed and highly detailed works embra
an instagram page with a woman walking through a tunnel in the middle of it
Peter Kogler “Next”, ING Art Center, Brussel.