Dalloway
Dalloway
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safelyendangered:

The moral of the story is to always carry an axe
safelyendangered:

The moral of the story is to always carry an axe
safelyendangered:

The moral of the story is to always carry an axe
safelyendangered:

The moral of the story is to always carry an axe
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nearlyvintage:

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elisajuncosa:

Felice Varini es un artista suizo, conocido por sus diseños alucinantes, que consisten en las llamadas pinturas de perspectiva-localizada. Estas son las formas que parecen de tres dimensiones cuando se mira desde un punto de vista, pero que son de hecho gráficos planos pintados sobre las superficies.

Look for the photo opportunity. Interior and exteriors.
elisajuncosa:

Felice Varini es un artista suizo, conocido por sus diseños alucinantes, que consisten en las llamadas pinturas de perspectiva-localizada. Estas son las formas que parecen de tres dimensiones cuando se mira desde un punto de vista, pero que son de hecho gráficos planos pintados sobre las superficies.

Look for the photo opportunity. Interior and exteriors.
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Masters of the Sand
For more jaw-dropping sand sculpting, follow @sandyfeet. To see more photos and videos of creativity in the sand at all skill-levels, browse the #sandart hashtag.
“Sand artistry takes a long-handled shovel, a soft touch and skin that can stand up to the sun,” says Lucinda Wierenga (@sandyfeet). She would know: The Texas Instagrammer has spent the past 30 years making sandcastles for a living.
Lucinda is part of a community of artists who participate in master-level sand sculpting competitions. They travel to beaches across the United States—and sometimes, around the world—for multiday building events. Recently, Lucinda spent six weeks in Kuwait where she and 70 peers collaborated on a massive installation.
“A sand sculpture’s temporary nature is a large part of its charm,” she says, “and only world-class jerks kick down other people’s sandcastles.”
instagram:


Masters of the Sand
For more jaw-dropping sand sculpting, follow @sandyfeet. To see more photos and videos of creativity in the sand at all skill-levels, browse the #sandart hashtag.
“Sand artistry takes a long-handled shovel, a soft touch and skin that can stand up to the sun,” says Lucinda Wierenga (@sandyfeet). She would know: The Texas Instagrammer has spent the past 30 years making sandcastles for a living.
Lucinda is part of a community of artists who participate in master-level sand sculpting competitions. They travel to beaches across the United States—and sometimes, around the world—for multiday building events. Recently, Lucinda spent six weeks in Kuwait where she and 70 peers collaborated on a massive installation.
“A sand sculpture’s temporary nature is a large part of its charm,” she says, “and only world-class jerks kick down other people’s sandcastles.”
instagram:


Masters of the Sand
For more jaw-dropping sand sculpting, follow @sandyfeet. To see more photos and videos of creativity in the sand at all skill-levels, browse the #sandart hashtag.
“Sand artistry takes a long-handled shovel, a soft touch and skin that can stand up to the sun,” says Lucinda Wierenga (@sandyfeet). She would know: The Texas Instagrammer has spent the past 30 years making sandcastles for a living.
Lucinda is part of a community of artists who participate in master-level sand sculpting competitions. They travel to beaches across the United States—and sometimes, around the world—for multiday building events. Recently, Lucinda spent six weeks in Kuwait where she and 70 peers collaborated on a massive installation.
“A sand sculpture’s temporary nature is a large part of its charm,” she says, “and only world-class jerks kick down other people’s sandcastles.”
instagram:


Masters of the Sand
For more jaw-dropping sand sculpting, follow @sandyfeet. To see more photos and videos of creativity in the sand at all skill-levels, browse the #sandart hashtag.
“Sand artistry takes a long-handled shovel, a soft touch and skin that can stand up to the sun,” says Lucinda Wierenga (@sandyfeet). She would know: The Texas Instagrammer has spent the past 30 years making sandcastles for a living.
Lucinda is part of a community of artists who participate in master-level sand sculpting competitions. They travel to beaches across the United States—and sometimes, around the world—for multiday building events. Recently, Lucinda spent six weeks in Kuwait where she and 70 peers collaborated on a massive installation.
“A sand sculpture’s temporary nature is a large part of its charm,” she says, “and only world-class jerks kick down other people’s sandcastles.”
instagram:


Masters of the Sand
For more jaw-dropping sand sculpting, follow @sandyfeet. To see more photos and videos of creativity in the sand at all skill-levels, browse the #sandart hashtag.
“Sand artistry takes a long-handled shovel, a soft touch and skin that can stand up to the sun,” says Lucinda Wierenga (@sandyfeet). She would know: The Texas Instagrammer has spent the past 30 years making sandcastles for a living.
Lucinda is part of a community of artists who participate in master-level sand sculpting competitions. They travel to beaches across the United States—and sometimes, around the world—for multiday building events. Recently, Lucinda spent six weeks in Kuwait where she and 70 peers collaborated on a massive installation.
“A sand sculpture’s temporary nature is a large part of its charm,” she says, “and only world-class jerks kick down other people’s sandcastles.”
instagram:


Masters of the Sand
For more jaw-dropping sand sculpting, follow @sandyfeet. To see more photos and videos of creativity in the sand at all skill-levels, browse the #sandart hashtag.
“Sand artistry takes a long-handled shovel, a soft touch and skin that can stand up to the sun,” says Lucinda Wierenga (@sandyfeet). She would know: The Texas Instagrammer has spent the past 30 years making sandcastles for a living.
Lucinda is part of a community of artists who participate in master-level sand sculpting competitions. They travel to beaches across the United States—and sometimes, around the world—for multiday building events. Recently, Lucinda spent six weeks in Kuwait where she and 70 peers collaborated on a massive installation.
“A sand sculpture’s temporary nature is a large part of its charm,” she says, “and only world-class jerks kick down other people’s sandcastles.”
instagram:


Masters of the Sand
For more jaw-dropping sand sculpting, follow @sandyfeet. To see more photos and videos of creativity in the sand at all skill-levels, browse the #sandart hashtag.
“Sand artistry takes a long-handled shovel, a soft touch and skin that can stand up to the sun,” says Lucinda Wierenga (@sandyfeet). She would know: The Texas Instagrammer has spent the past 30 years making sandcastles for a living.
Lucinda is part of a community of artists who participate in master-level sand sculpting competitions. They travel to beaches across the United States—and sometimes, around the world—for multiday building events. Recently, Lucinda spent six weeks in Kuwait where she and 70 peers collaborated on a massive installation.
“A sand sculpture’s temporary nature is a large part of its charm,” she says, “and only world-class jerks kick down other people’s sandcastles.”
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nearlyvintage:

Mia Kirshner
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