What Your Favorite Met Dresses Look Like As Art #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/05/67482/met-gala-sketches#slide7 Sarah Silverman was the picture of classy — even if she copped a feel on the red carpet.

Met Ball 2014 Fashion Sketches - Katie Rodgers Drawings

What Your Favorite Met Dresses Look Like As Art Sarah Silverman was the picture of classy — even if she copped a feel on the red carpet.

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Black and white line drawings pulled magically from a sketchbook into the real world through the fantastic ceramic work of UK based artist Katharine Morling. The cameras, the sewing needles, and don’t

Loui Jover. raindrops

Wall Art on old book pages- Saatchi Online Artist: Loui Jover; Pen and Ink, Drawing raindrops

New Origami Street Art in Angers, France by Mademoiselle Maurice.

Colorful Origami Street Art Installations by Mademoiselle Maurice. The Saint-Maurice cathedral was adorned with two installations—a geometric pattern on the front gate and a rainbow of origami on the front steps.

Imagination

Owen Sound, ON, Canada artist Elly MacKay

Shadow Play by Elly Mackay. Photographic print by paper artist, Elly MacKay (original scene made with ink on paper + dollhouse paper) 8 x 12 inches

paris cafe - van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh - Cafe Terrace, Place du Forum, Arles - my second favorite piece of art next to Starry Night

Elisabeth §♥

This is precisely how my paintbrushes are stored. I wish I kept all my paintbrushes

Flowers in front of a window - Henri Matisse

Flowers in Front of a Window 1922 Art Print for sale. Shop your favorite Henri Matisse Flowers in Front of a Window 1922 Art Print without breaking your banks.

Jack Vettriano

The Singing Butler - Jack Vettriano I have always loved this print. Umbrella or not, they are still dancing in the rain :)

These beautiful {and let’s face it, quite magical} installations are assembled and then photographed by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen. Since 2005, he’s been creating these engaging narratives using man-made objects {like tables, chairs, telephones, globes, and of course, lamps & books} placed into the natural landscape of Norway.

These beautiful installations are assembled and then photographed by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen using man-made objects like tables, chairs, lamps & books placed into the natural landscape of Norway. Aren't these beautiful?

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