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Inspired by the company's coastal routes, Art & Soul needed a fun and creative brand that helped promote their dynamic art courses. #logo #branding #design

Inspired by the company's coastal routes, Art & Soul needed a fun and creative brand that helped promote their dynamic art courses // logo design // branding package // graphic deaifn

Repurpose newspaper into an awesome newspaper reindeer craft. Great Christmas kids craft, rudolph craft for kids and Christmas arts and crafts ideas.

Super Cute Newspaper Reindeer Craft

Repurpose newspaper into an awesome newspaper reindeer craft. Great Christmas kids craft, rudolph craft for kids and Christmas arts and crafts ideas.

100+ Artists Portray Depression And The Results Are Scary

100+ Artists Try To Show What Depression Looks Like And Some Results Will Make Your Skin Crawl

Artists Portray Depression And The Results Are Scary Drawing look very scary like bullying, It's make me feeling scared because of their red creepy eyes, They are strangers look at this person was like depressed. Well, I feeling very sad.

Albrecht Durer - Praying Hands - the story behind the image - One day, long ago, to pay homage to Albert for all that he had sacrificed, Albrecht Durer painstakingly drew his brother’s abused hands with palms together and thin fingers stretched skyward. He called his powerful drawing simply “Hands,” but the entire world almost immediately opened their hearts to his great masterpiece and renamed his tribute of love “The Praying Hands.”

Albrecht Dürer

Study of Praying Hands is a work by Albrecht Dürer that depicts an apostle's hands by the altar. Artist: Albrecht Dürer Location: Albertina, Vienna Dimensions: cm × cm in × in) Created: 1508 Subject: An apostle Period: The Renaissance

Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1

Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1 (That Little Art Teacher)

I love Op Art and I thought it would be the perfect lesson to teach Art how to use colored pencils. We began by discussing Op Art, M. Escher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley. Then we discu

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