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I thought this, or something like it might be really cool for you to draw @darksunshine

Cool drawing idea I want to try this it reminds me of that sidewalk art . perfect it in miniature on paper first. I HAVE TO DO THIS!

Chalk Art by David Zin

(link) STREET ART: Chalk Art by David Zinn 2 ~ Alien Monster Rake / Raking the Autumn Leaves ~ Fall Harvest / yard garden / work and play / kids child children / concrete sidewalk / path ~ for more great PINs w/good links visit ~ have fun!

Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich created this fake pool called The Swimming Pool, for The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. Leandro put two clear acrylic glasses about a foot apart and filled the space in between with water. The top surface is also filled with about 4 to 5 inches of water so that it looks like a realistic pool.

Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich created this illusion of people walking underwater called The Swimming Pool, for The Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. It's a piece of glass with water on top of it, and empty space on the bottom.

How to plan a kid-friendly haunted house

glow in the dark eyes made with toilet paper rolls & glow sticks from 16 Easy But Awesome Homemade Halloween Decorations.

The biggest solar flare in six years reached Earth on January 24th and created this beautiful aurora. Photo by Bjorn Jorgensen.

(solar-storm-fueled auroras)---- "Eagle Lights"---The central light ribbon in this image resembles the head and beak of a bird, flanked by a radiant wingspan. The photo was taken in Grøtfjord, close to Tromsø in northern Norway.


Illustration by Pat Perry. Pat Perry is an artist and illustrator from Detroit.He works especially with pen, ink and watercolor. I think it's a beautiful illustration.

Betes de Mode

Beasts of Fashion!

Bêtes de Mode (Fashion Animals) by Helmo (graphic design duo Thomas Coudred and Clement Vauchez) -- blue portraits + red animal portraits superimposed and displayed in the windows of the Lafayette Galleries on Hausmann Boulevard.