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French artist Noémie Goudal has created a series of black and white photographs depicting imagined buildings in barren landscapes, entitled "Observatories".Noémie's geometrical structures look like realistic architectural formations but they don't really exist. Actually, her monolithic structures were inspired...
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Artist Nikolai Tolstyh carves out in paper sleek animal silhouettes, then he photographs them superimposed on natural landscapes to mimic the actual color of animals.You can see more photos on Tolstyh’s Instagram.
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For his series entitled 'Transmogrify 2', New Jersey-based photographer and printmaker Michael Massaia uses chewed gum as an artistic medium for his creative sculptures.His pieces are sculpted from a single piece of chewed gum which he molds using his...
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