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smalltattoosco: “Hand poked orchid tattoo on the wrist. Tattoo artist: Lara M. Discover more at the image

i like the idea of a craft where they have to put the squares on a background to create something

Fireworks - Kids Artists: december 2012 "Show pictures or movies about…

Andy Goldsworthy is a divine outdoor artist who works with the landscape and found objects in that landscape to create his works. Some take months and melt in a few days.  © andy goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy is a divine outdoor artist who works with the landscape and found objects in that landscape to create his works. Some take months and melt in a few days. © andy goldsworthy Plus

(I find Tracey Emin's work partially controversial in my eyes. 'My Bed', i feel a strong empathy towards as it is in a sense taken from location to gallery, keeping the work in it's original state of development. however, i feel as though 'All the people i have ever slept with' has the realness taken away from it to only leave realisation, however the work doesn't strike a cord in merely anyone. The work is only relatable to Emin, herself. Whereas 'My Bed' keeps it's real-like state

Tracey Emin -artist Everyone I Have Ever Slept With- about lovers, family, and the two…

Tracey Emin....lol buy that tshirt

Tracey Emin i like how its a blanket, with in lessens is quite innocent but she has mad it all dark and sordid

Portuguese Street Artist Creates Stunning 3D Graffiti That Seems To Float In The Air

Portuguese Street Artist Creates Stunning 3D Graffiti That Seems To Float In The Air

Floating Street Art - Portuguese Street Artist Creates Stunning Graffiti That Seems To Float In The Air

Leonora Carrington & Max Ernst by Lee Miller.

Leonora Carrington & Max Ernst by Lee Miller.

This portrait shows how a little can be a lot by using cheap materials to create a great piece of art. The artist uses paint and smudges it so that it's spreads and stretches across the work without it being to bold to make the piece easy on the eye and simple!

"The girl with the final demand" - Guy Denning, conte and chalk on corrugated packing cardboard

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