Scrolled Out
Anything and everything, man.
Scrolled Out
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nevver:

On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
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On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
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On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
nevver:

On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
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On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
nevver:

On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
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On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
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On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
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On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
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On the Road Illustrated, Paul Rogers
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mpdrolet:

The Searcher, 2013
Eileen Quinlan
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aquaticwonder:

Sara Andreasson
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theartofanimation:

George Bletsis
theartofanimation:

George Bletsis
theartofanimation:

George Bletsis
theartofanimation:

George Bletsis
theartofanimation:

George Bletsis
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nevver:

Peer pressure, Charlotte Wales
nevver:

Peer pressure, Charlotte Wales
nevver:

Peer pressure, Charlotte Wales
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Peer pressure, Charlotte Wales
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Gavin Worth’s Wire Sculpture
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supersonicart:


Jeremy Lipking.
Jeremy Lipking’s classical style of figurative, slightly impressionistic paintings sooth the senses.  See more below!
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supersonicart:


Jeremy Lipking.
Jeremy Lipking’s classical style of figurative, slightly impressionistic paintings sooth the senses.  See more below!
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supersonicart:


Jeremy Lipking.
Jeremy Lipking’s classical style of figurative, slightly impressionistic paintings sooth the senses.  See more below!
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visualgraphc:

Animal Cementery
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Mark Lawrence Andres
visualgraphc:

Animal Cementery
by
Mark Lawrence Andres
visualgraphc:

Animal Cementery
by
Mark Lawrence Andres
visualgraphc:

Animal Cementery
by
Mark Lawrence Andres
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nevver:

Meghan Howland
nevver:

Meghan Howland
nevver:

Meghan Howland
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brivid:

Jack Vanzet - Yujen
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supersonicart:


Adam Vinson, Paintings.
The realistic portraits and still-lifes of Adam Vinson follow in the trompe l’oeil tradition, tricking our eyes into believing what we are looking at is real.  But with this Vinson also creates puzzles for the mind as some of the realistic imagery is created from dissections of reality, such as multiple Polaroids placed together to form a portrait.  See more of Vinson’s work below.
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supersonicart:


Adam Vinson, Paintings.
The realistic portraits and still-lifes of Adam Vinson follow in the trompe l’oeil tradition, tricking our eyes into believing what we are looking at is real.  But with this Vinson also creates puzzles for the mind as some of the realistic imagery is created from dissections of reality, such as multiple Polaroids placed together to form a portrait.  See more of Vinson’s work below.
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supersonicart:


Adam Vinson, Paintings.
The realistic portraits and still-lifes of Adam Vinson follow in the trompe l’oeil tradition, tricking our eyes into believing what we are looking at is real.  But with this Vinson also creates puzzles for the mind as some of the realistic imagery is created from dissections of reality, such as multiple Polaroids placed together to form a portrait.  See more of Vinson’s work below.
Read More
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