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The Miniature Street Interventions of Slinkachu

The Miniature Street Interventions of Slinkachu

Miniature Calendar, Amazing Artwork, Street Artists, Tiny World, Creative Art, Art Intervention, Miniature Gardens, Film Photography, Miniature Photography

Tanaka-Tatsuya-miniature-calendar-10 A JAPANESE ARTIST CREATES EACH DAY A NEW ADORABLE MINIATURE DIORAMA

Miniature Calendar – A Japanese artist creates each day a new adorable miniature diorama

Bigger doesn't always mean better, as Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka proves with these tiny dioramas that he makes for his ongoing Miniature Calendar project.

A Carved Graphite Train on Tracks Emerges from Inside a Carpenter’s Pencil

A Carved Graphite Train on Railroad-Tracks Emerges from Inside a Carpenter’s Pencil "Tunnel" -- WOW, just when I thought I'd seen everything the internets have to offer.

Dude. YOU HAVE TO BE FREAKING KIDDING ME. This is amazing! This is incredible! This is beyond wonderful, which means it must cost a fortune, but I seriously want one!!!!

Funny pictures about Type paintings with this chromatic typewriter. Oh, and cool pics about Type paintings with this chromatic typewriter. Also, Type paintings with this chromatic typewriter.

What exactly all the different emojis actually mean

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

Richard Gerstl (1883-1908)

blackdogbarri: ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi: Max Kurzweil for Ver Sacrum 1902

Otoño por la lucidez de la luz = on deviantART

fractal art: Creative Fractals by Eli Vokounova aka lucid-light: 22 years old fractal artist currently studying the Liberal Arts at the Charles University in Prague, Czech republic. She’s been doing fractal art since 2006 & graphic design since 2008

I See Music Because I Have Synesthesia, So I Decided To Paint What I Hear | Bored Panda

I See Music Because I Have Synesthesia, So I Decided To Paint What I Hear

Artist Melissa McCracken has synesthesia and paints music as gorgeous splashes of color. Pictured: Prince - Joy in Repetition

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