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Beautifully Surreal Portrait Series Blended into Landscape Photos by Antonio Mora. Spanish artist Antonio Mora specializes in creating dream-like self-port

Haunting double exposure photography by Antonia Mora - http://www.mylovt.com/

Antonio Mora Photography

Des mains unies quelque soient leurs origines c'est le meilleur chemin pour refaire de la terre, un paradis

the inner science nerd is so happy right now. and the inner photography freak sighs in happiness. A brain made of fingers?

Haute coiffure by Antonio Mora

Inspiration Showcase of Double Exposure Photography

Shadow — Designspiration

Designspiration is the hub for discovering great art, design, architecture, photography, typography and web inspiration.

Talya felt increasingly profound. The darkness attracted her. She felt hands on her body and those pull her deeper into the water.

She felt increasingly profound. The darkness attracted her. She felt hands on her body and those pull her deeper into the water.

Art-by-Antonio-Mora-02-448x640.jpg (448×640) #spanishphotography

ANTONIO MORA (aka mylovt) ~ a Spanish artist who combines with talent portraits photographed in various landscapes. Mehr unter: www.

Antonio Mora, Fashion Art, Ph

Glitchquid.

asylum-art: “ DarkAngelØne Some people call me an artist, I say I’m a guy who likes to play with photos. In order to present my animated still photos, i also create music videos.

Ink dreams

Fashion pictures or video of Dree Hemingway: Numero May 2010 (NSFW); in the fashion photography channel 'Photo Shoots'.

Digital Illustration... 3mmI (Pierre-Alain D.)

Creative art gallery of Dark Digital Art and Graphic Design Illustrations by the creating new vision of Graphic Design by the eye of Pierre-Alain D. A French Digital Artist

ANTONIO MORA (aka mylovt) ~ a Spanish artist who combines with talent portraits photographed in various landscapes.

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

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