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The Cornershop | The Fluffy Shopping Experience

The Cornershop | The Fluffy Shopping Experience

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By Cicadas are awesome, beautiful insects-their sound reminds me of summer.

Jungle illustration by Sofia Moore

Jungle Illustrations Appear Like Ghosts to Sofia Moore

Sweet Animated Illustrations Show Happy Moments in Everyday Life - My Modern Met #peacefulgifs

Sweet Animated Illustrations Show Happy Moments in Everyday Life

Japanese illustrator Maori Sakai takes our everyday moments in life and turns them into sweet animated illustrations.

Rocio Montoya

Rocío Montoya is a talented photographer, graphic designer and editor from Spain with a love for handmade collages and experimental photography. More collages via Inspiration Now

Artist Alexis Noriega of The Crooked Feather Builds Articulating Pneumatic Wings Fit for a Human - My Modern Met

Artist Builds Articulating Pneumatic Wings Fit for a Human

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I like the muted colors of the girl, but I'd like the bag to be more vibrant and representative of Latin American culture.

"This photograph changed the direction of Dancers Among Us. I showed a friend several of my earlier images featuring dancers in relatively isolated scenarios. 'Where’s the "among us?"' he asked. 'These shots need more people, more activity.' So, I called Jeffrey Smith, my original inspiration, and asked if I could photograph him again. Looking for activity, we headed straight to Times Square. When I took this image, I got chills because I understood what the project could become."

See 18 Amazing Dancers Soar Above New York City

Photoproject Jordan Matter “Dancers Among Us” – a global bestseller, is not the first disturbing and inspiring people around the world.

Jasmine Deporta’s “Pleat Me” is an unexpected commentary on homoeroticism, channeling the the twinship connection that girls often form in their youth...

Jasmine Deporta’s “Pleat Me”

Jasmine Deporta’s “Pleat Me” is an unexpected commentary on homoeroticism, channeling the the twinship connection that girls often form in their youth.

ana teresa barboza

Ana Teresa Barboza's embroidery covered mixed media artwork juxtaposes the delicate nature of the medium with funny and provocative content.

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