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Eric, your stylings remind me of some elements and pieces from this guy, http://www.sam3.es/

Perhaps a revival of your art career is in order?

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Found this to be clever. You can always leave it to artists to bring awareness to global issues

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Reminds me of a bit of guerrilla gardening, plus "plastic life".

Plastic life Link - http://www.flickr.com/photos/bousserez/sets/72157594266762278/

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haha Well, I've never attempted any street art or anything that large-scale, but I have had a graphic novel on the back burner for what seems like forever. Maybe someday it'll see completion.

We'll pay for it! In subway tunas!

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Here is a piece from an amazing artist of our time. Chihuly has this piece in the fountain at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Having a piece like this outdoors makes me think they bring this indoors during the winter months in case of hail. It is a beautiful piece. Fountain is off for obvious reasons.

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Despite what many DP's think, The artist Rashad Alakbarov from Azerbaijan may just be referred to as a master of lights and shadows.

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I saw it on facebook. Not exactly Art but...

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If you're ever in Singapore, be sure to check this out.

And here's a decent user video

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Thanks Google for the reminder, it's Gustav Klimt's 150th birthday today. Thank goodness we don't live that long, right? He is my wife's favorite painter. And of course, "The Kiss" is her favorite, like many people.

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I was always partial to "Tannenwald", and preferred his nature paintings and landscapes.

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And I also preferred "Family" over "The Kiss", maybe because the kiss led to a family ???

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Visiting my brothers fiancées parent's apartment I discovered a book with works of edward hopper, beautiful paintings!post-3055-13430760981.jpgpost-3055-1343076112.jpg

Which reminded me of pictures taken by Gregory crewdson, who I also adore!

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Wide shots. Gotta love em. When they're not shooting tight simultaneously.

These particular pics does not have anything in common or anything, but the inspiration is clear in the crewdson footage.

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We can't forget about our artistic brothers and sisters of cinematography.

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Such a Great Art collection in this group, and Its nice to here in it. I saw all the Pictures which is uploaded in this community, apart from this all collection of Art one of the most eye catching picture which is Mona Lisa.

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Such a Great Art collection in this group, and Its nice to here in it. I saw all the Pictures which is uploaded in this community, apart from this all collection of Art one of the most eye catching picture which is Mona Lisa.

Thanks dawidbrook, I'm glad you enjoy it. We've had a lot of great contributions to this thread. Please feel free to include your favorites also!

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This is an amazing musical sculpture near Burnley, England, that creates a sound resembling a whale song. It’s made from steel pipes that in combination, act as multiple flutes.

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Perhaps for the T-shirt design with Sound Speeds on it.

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Hyperrealistic pencil/graphite drawing

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