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The curse of imagination is... ~quote by Morley, a Los Angeles-based street artist

Title Curse of Imagination Artist Morley Type Print Edition 20 Dimensions x Year 2012 Material Two-colour screen print on Magnani Litho paper Comments Signed and dated by the artist

PETER TUNNEY http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/peter-tunney/  #contemporary  #art  #popart

Enough is Possible - Peter Tunney

Science as focused and organized imagination

This is so true! I didn't even understand science until I started using my imagination!

where are you living?  Holly from The Treasure Within blog  She has the most amazing signs in her calendar of hope

Live out of your imagination, not your history. - Stephen R Covey tho I think your history can spark your imagination ;

Street Art - David Zinn

Since 2008 artist David Zinn (who goes by the name Sluggo) has been decorating the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan with chalk drawings of his cheerful green Sluggo character, and often Sluggo’s flying.

Our Andy Warhol cover.

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Street Art Celebrates Strong Women

Alice Pasquini is an artist multimedia based in Roma : painting, illustration, installations and animation are her main tools to create her poetical and hopeful artworks. Her main subject is femininity, with a stress put on strong and independent woman.