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Have you ever looked at one of those puzzle pictures? You know, in the old Highlights magazines that you would most likely read while you waited to receive your annual flu shot at the doctor’s office? The puzzle pictures are the “hidden pictures” in which everything looks normal at first sight, but you are challenged by the caption beneath the image to discover what aspect of the image is alien, which infinitesimal speck(s) on the page don’t belong.

Have you ever looked at one of those puzzle pictures? You know, in the old Highlights magazines that you would most likely read while you waited to receive your annual flu shot at the doctor’s office? The puzzle pictures are the “hidden pictures” in which everything looks normal at first sight, but you are challenged by the caption beneath the image to discover what aspect of the image is alien, which infinitesimal speck(s) on the page don’t belong.

By #Saudi artist @Budoor Budoor Al Rajhi - featured in the first Oasis Magazine Exhibition! :) (Taken with Instagram)

Oasis Magazine is a premier arts & culture magazine from the Middle East.

The building had a dry, quiet exterior. Stepping inside, past this humble wall built of brick, I found myself in a sanctuary of verdant colors and whirling figurines of joyous celebrations. Beneath the copper silhouettes of the abstract mystical figures in embrace sat six artists. We faced the inside of the resplendent wall now, artwork scaling up to the ceiling, inside Salma Arastu’s studio.

The building had a dry, quiet exterior. Stepping inside, past this humble wall built of brick, I found myself in a sanctuary of verdant colors and whirling figurines of joyous celebrations. Beneath the copper silhouettes of the abstract mystical figures in embrace sat six artists. We faced the inside of the resplendent wall now, artwork scaling up to the ceiling, inside Salma Arastu’s studio.

Unseen images of the 1953 Iran coup – in pictures

Unseen images of the 1953 Iran coup – in pictures

The Guardian is publishing hitherto unseen pictures of Iran’s 1953 coup, taken by Dr William Arthur Cram, a former education officer at the US embassy in Tehran

Portraits Of Algerian Female Combatants Transform Into Darkly Psychedelic Art

Portraits Of Algerian Female Combatants Transform Into Darkly Psychedelic Art

Made With Color Presents: Asad Faulwell's Ornate Political Paintings

Credit: Sama Wara (I Speak for Myself Contributor) Kohl- Muslim Woman

Credit: Sama Wara (I Speak for Myself Contributor) Kohl- Muslim Woman

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