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I found the blend of cool colors as well as the texture really aesthetically pleasing that caught my eye.

artist Lionel Smit - Born in Pretoria (South-Africa) in Smit lives and works in Cape Town and is known for his large canvasses and unique sculptures and has been exhibiting locally and internationally for nearly 10 years.

This office space which is part of a family home featured on Inside Out caught our eye because of its charcoal grey wood panelling and the space for two people to work comfortably side by side. The rest of the room has been kept neutral which makes the charcoal wall really pop and the inclusion of personal pieces gives a lived in feel.

The Block's Dee and Darren show off their charming family home. Photography by Armelle Habib. Styling by Deanne Jolly. From the November 2016 issue of Inside Out magazine.

Love the idea of the puzzle pieces and how it's shadowed.

One of our main fears is that we won't be able to stay strong through hard times and that we will just fall apart. I feel this will really help me include my love of makeup into my Art

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Truth, like gold ~ is to be obtained not by its growth ~ but by washing away from it all that is not gold ~ Leo Tolstoy ~❤️~

"Mouth of Flower" - Octavio Ocampo {contemporary artist surrealism nature illusory female portrait cropped detail illustration}

Mouth of Flower - Octavio Ocampo This is good art because it is an optical illusion. It could either be just some flowers with a butterfly, or you can also see a woman's face. It is very creative in a subtle way.

This caught me off guard.

Eyes have always been my favorite, its the window to your soul. -V- Pavel Guzenko "They say that the human hand is the hardest thing to draw. While it may very well be true, it's the eyes that draw my attention the most.

Lindisfarne Castle in Northumberland, England (by tonyreed69); nature, single photo; http://www.flickr.com/photos/7213902@N05/

Lindisfarne Castle in the distance, Northumberland, England. [by :: [Peaceful Eye]