Isla Macdonald
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A brilliant artistic picture with a serious message! , from Iryna

This image sums up our oceans, beaches, and rivers today. The plastics represents that most of our bodies of water is polluted and filled with garbage. BE RESPONSIBLE, LOVE OUR PLANET!

Layered & Distressed Textiles Surface Design with mixed fabrics, paper & hand-stitched detail // Laura Edgar

RUST Layered & Distressed Textiles Surface Design with mixed fabrics, paper & hand-stitched detail // Laura Edgar

Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland's mirrored art.

Belonging by Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland (mirror art)

Coffee filters and paper cups transformed to become a coral reef at anthropologie.

Coffee filters, straws and paper cups transformed to become a coral reef at anthropologie.

Surreal paintings by Paco Pomet

Paco Pomet lives and works in Granada, Spain, from where he creates crazy surreal paintings like the ones above. A bubble gum river, a gold foil mountain, a glacier inside an office – all is possible

asylum-art: Merve Özaslan: Natural Act on Behance the work of Istanbul-based artist Merve Ozaslan via Pinterest and Behance. In a similar way to Höch, Ozaslan takes vintage black and white photographs, from people on the street to young ladies on the beach, and inserts pieces of natural scenery. The result is an ordinary urban scene juxtaposed tongue-in-cheek with green forests, a field of daisies or the swirling current of the sea. See more of Ozaslan’s work on Behance and follow her on ...

Note that the original photo is by William Gale Gedney, Two Girls with Dirty Clothes Holding Hands, Kentucky 1964

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I love how this montage highlights all the important momuments with beautiful bright patterns that stand out from the black and white background. People probably see these buildings and monuments like this, just not with the patterns.

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Mirrored black and white photographs, with what is clearly the perfect amount of brightly-hued watercolor paint. All of these pieces are from a 2013 series, titled Miroir, by Paris based artist Fabienne Rivory.