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Superfood Chocolate Bark

Superfood chocolate bark - dark chocolate topped with almonds, goji berries, seeds, bee pollen and white chocolate flavoured with matcha and freeze dried blueberry powder

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Dark Photography by Elena Helfrecht

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20 Motivational Posters On Facebook That Mean Absolutely Nothing

This I think looks really creepy but the manipulation looks awesome. I love how they used the same coloring of the skin to make it look like thats the actual eyeball. Plus the meaning behind this is probably the most interesting part.

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This makes me think about the idea that the monster is a psychological one. What does it represent in the girl's psyche? Loss of innocence?

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AQUA Sea Nettle Jellyfish 8.5 x 11 print of detailed watercolour artwork in dark turquoise blue and teal seaweed green, marine ocean jellies

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Inspiration - Autumn/Winter 2013 - Dark Burnouts and Distressed Tapestry

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"Look" he whispered, his breath entwining with hers "Really look" With her heart pounding, she turned her head slightly to peer into the Prince's previously ocean azure eyes and gasped at what she saw. "See now what I am" he growled, but she heard the distinct sound of stifled sadness creep into his voice and brought nothing but sympathy to her. "Yes" she whispered back. His eyes were no longer the beautiful sky blue they had been but were now in fact a royal silver surrounded by shades of…

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War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)

I like this sketchbook due to the dark colours in the background and the technique used to do this. The background is completely filled using paint in layers. The dark browns and reds make a background for the writtten work - these colours are roughly joined with cool colours which make a detailed water and boat scene. I like the way the writing becomes part of he painting. . The overall effect is breathtaking.

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The Threadless Book Review

Banksy Death Art It's startling, but there is a point to it. Banksy often touches on very political subjects - to raise awareness about what is truly going on in society. But it is easy to interpret his work to mean other things. For example - this piece focuses on children and their innocence (depicted through the pink butterflies - which are predominantly used to represent blood and death) but also war and culpability through suicide.

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Horror. Scary. Monster. Nightmare. Dream. Death. Decay. Demon. Corpse. Autopsy…

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