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Ground Coffee Art

Ground Coffee Art

April 23rd, 2014

See the full post here: Art from ground coffee on inspirationsweb.com See the full post here: Art from ground coffee on inspirationsweb.com

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The Amazing Landscapes of Rice Field Terrace in China

The Amazing Landscapes of Rice Field Terrace in China

April 23rd, 2014

Rice Field Terraces, in Yunnan, Guangxi, and Guizhou provinces, China, is known world wide for its beautiful rice terraces. The area is included in the list of World Heritage Site in China. Untouched by the tourism, the site …

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Fashion- and Lifestyle Photography by Leonardo Corredor

April 22nd, 2014

Leonardo Corredor was born in Arkansas in 1989 and raised in Merida, Venezuela. At the age of 13 he found much success in an award winning vocal group which took him around the world and afforded him many great experiences. …

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Fictitious Dishes: Memorable Meals in Famous Literature

April 22nd, 2014

Famous fiction has yielded both delectable and disgusting meals. Designer and writer (The Great Gatsby) (Alice in Wonderland) (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas) (Heidi) (Moby Dick) Read more

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Cool Halloween Costume Ideas

Cool Halloween Costume Ideas

April 22nd, 2014

For those who never know how to dress up for Halloween, and for those who receive a last-minute invitation to a Halloween party, there are some simple ideas that will allow you to build scary, witty and funny costumes.

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Exvoluta Series by James Roper

The ‘characters’ within my new Exvoluta series attempt to embody in the form of Hindu-like deities the many different qualities of their ultimate source, the vast array of images sourced from the Internet. They are distorted archetypes, Saints, or more appropriately for the modern age Superheroes of material excess. By drawing comparisons between the aesthetics of modern consumerism and that of religious iconography I hope to reveal how these conventionally separate visions (materialism vs. spiritualism) are in fact no different. The feeling of hope bound up within the consumerist vision of shiny surfaces and perfect bodies is no different than the magisterial depictions of heavenly abodes and fantastical miracles, they both promise a permanence, a glossy infinity that will never succumb to the muddy entropy of the natural world.

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

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Michael Dachstein

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