Crossing legs | Hank Willis Thomas — Patternity

art-history: Hank Willis ThomasAmerican, born 1976 Your Skin Has the Power to Protect You, 2008 Digital chromogenic print x in. x cm) Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland, Ohio, USA © Hank Willis Thomas

Behind a Little House Project: Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House seasons landscapes books

Behind a Little House Project: Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House seasons landscapes books BY Italian photographer Manuel Cosentino

Solid Sponge | Bobby Doherty — Patternity

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thingsorganizedneatly: bobbydoherty: Openers I shot for New York Magazine’s Best of New York Issue ed: Yes! I saw this issue in print and these photos looked great!

Square art | Scott Bergey — Patternity

This piece, by Scott Bergey, again shows excellent use of a grid. It is a cardboard collage, and the ridges of the cardboard help create more line and direction in the piece and the grid. Artist: Scott Bergey - Worst Kept Secret

Smudged zebra — Patternity

This is such an interesting piece. I don't really know anything about it, but I imagine it was street art, painted directly where people could interact with it. I think it's a unique representation of art that crosses the border dividing art and life.

Urban roots — Patternity

The tree root is looking for soil . Brick is man man. Any root will find it is way to soil so the tree can live. Kill the root and the tree dies. We need our trees . They too are a living thing !

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