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asylum-art:

Joris Kuipers: Work on paper 2010
Via: aima007
asylum-art:

Joris Kuipers: Work on paper 2010
Via: aima007
asylum-art:

Joris Kuipers: Work on paper 2010
Via: aima007
asylum-art:

Joris Kuipers: Work on paper 2010
Via: aima007
asylum-art:

Joris Kuipers: Work on paper 2010
Via: aima007
asylum-art:

Joris Kuipers: Work on paper 2010
Via: aima007
asylum-art:

Joris Kuipers: Work on paper 2010
Via: aima007
asylum-art:

Joris Kuipers: Work on paper 2010
Via: aima007
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raspberrychainsaw:

"Single Ladies"
raspberrychainsaw:

"Single Ladies"
raspberrychainsaw:

"Single Ladies"
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titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
titgaaawd:

meatlesshoagie:

romanticysm:

goals

This is all I fucking want.

WHY DOES THIS HAVE TO BE HERE
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asylum-art:

Martine Johanna Pantings
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The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
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Martine Johanna Pantings
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The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
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Martine Johanna Pantings
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The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
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Martine Johanna Pantings
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The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
asylum-art:

Martine Johanna Pantings
Facebook
The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
asylum-art:

Martine Johanna Pantings
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The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
asylum-art:

Martine Johanna Pantings
Facebook
The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
asylum-art:

Martine Johanna Pantings
Facebook
The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
asylum-art:

Martine Johanna Pantings
Facebook
The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
asylum-art:

Martine Johanna Pantings
Facebook
The new paintings and illustrations of Amsterdam based artist Martine Johanna are a surreal mix between fantasy and fashion. Beautiful! “My very first obsession was for high fashion, folk & ethnic clothing and couture throughout the years, from a young age scrimmaging trough my mother’s closet, shoes and make up. Even though the small village I grew up in did not accept outsider behavior, my imagination never crumbled. Exhaling my emotions in drawing, painting, dancing and creative outbursts. Music and music videos were one of my first loves, I wanted to be a dancer for a long time. Instead, at 19 I went to study art & fashion, obtained a masters degree, became a fashion designer and finally in 2008 fully returned to painting and drawing. I’m still working hard to develop not only my skills technically but also to stay creative over-all. I also teach at the university of Amsterdam, do visual forecastings for big agencies and style fashion shows.” - Martine Johanna
Paintings by artist Martine Johanna, from her solo show “The Grand Illusion of Sanity” which is up right now at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam.
Via artnau
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asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
asylum-art:

Gülin Hayat Topdemir
At Galeri Zilberman | on artnet | Artsy
Gülin Topdemir’s paintings delve into the subconscious to narrate the dark side of human nature, which is also reflected in her choice of colors and technique. By using the technique of chiaroscuro, she masterfully constructs an atmosphere in which her stories unravel. In her recent body of work, the artist-model assumes different roles, suggesting alternative possibilities for the constructed self.
Gülin Hayat Topdemir (b. 1976, Istanbul) lives and works in Istanbul. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. Her solo solo shows are Every Young Girl’s Dream, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2010); Complexion, Cda-Projects, Turkey (2008); Black Box, Galeri Zilberman (2013).
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First day at school, Gaza, Palestine.

this is the most important thing right now.
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asylum-art:

Sally Hewett Fills Embroidery Hoops with Butts, Breasts, and More (NSFW)
Sally Hewett is a UK-based embroider who gives new meaning to a sculptural approach to the craft. Instead of stitching subject matter like flowers, puppies, and generally happy scenes, she fills embroidery hoops with butts, breasts, and genatalia. The circular compositions rise from the surface and Hewett uses well-placed stitches to give form to these bulbous shapes. In addition, she’ll use dangling threads to simulate public hair, both trimmed and natural.
asylum-art:

Sally Hewett Fills Embroidery Hoops with Butts, Breasts, and More (NSFW)
Sally Hewett is a UK-based embroider who gives new meaning to a sculptural approach to the craft. Instead of stitching subject matter like flowers, puppies, and generally happy scenes, she fills embroidery hoops with butts, breasts, and genatalia. The circular compositions rise from the surface and Hewett uses well-placed stitches to give form to these bulbous shapes. In addition, she’ll use dangling threads to simulate public hair, both trimmed and natural.
asylum-art:

Sally Hewett Fills Embroidery Hoops with Butts, Breasts, and More (NSFW)
Sally Hewett is a UK-based embroider who gives new meaning to a sculptural approach to the craft. Instead of stitching subject matter like flowers, puppies, and generally happy scenes, she fills embroidery hoops with butts, breasts, and genatalia. The circular compositions rise from the surface and Hewett uses well-placed stitches to give form to these bulbous shapes. In addition, she’ll use dangling threads to simulate public hair, both trimmed and natural.
asylum-art:

Sally Hewett Fills Embroidery Hoops with Butts, Breasts, and More (NSFW)
Sally Hewett is a UK-based embroider who gives new meaning to a sculptural approach to the craft. Instead of stitching subject matter like flowers, puppies, and generally happy scenes, she fills embroidery hoops with butts, breasts, and genatalia. The circular compositions rise from the surface and Hewett uses well-placed stitches to give form to these bulbous shapes. In addition, she’ll use dangling threads to simulate public hair, both trimmed and natural.
asylum-art:

Sally Hewett Fills Embroidery Hoops with Butts, Breasts, and More (NSFW)
Sally Hewett is a UK-based embroider who gives new meaning to a sculptural approach to the craft. Instead of stitching subject matter like flowers, puppies, and generally happy scenes, she fills embroidery hoops with butts, breasts, and genatalia. The circular compositions rise from the surface and Hewett uses well-placed stitches to give form to these bulbous shapes. In addition, she’ll use dangling threads to simulate public hair, both trimmed and natural.
asylum-art:

Sally Hewett Fills Embroidery Hoops with Butts, Breasts, and More (NSFW)
Sally Hewett is a UK-based embroider who gives new meaning to a sculptural approach to the craft. Instead of stitching subject matter like flowers, puppies, and generally happy scenes, she fills embroidery hoops with butts, breasts, and genatalia. The circular compositions rise from the surface and Hewett uses well-placed stitches to give form to these bulbous shapes. In addition, she’ll use dangling threads to simulate public hair, both trimmed and natural.
asylum-art:

Sally Hewett Fills Embroidery Hoops with Butts, Breasts, and More (NSFW)
Sally Hewett is a UK-based embroider who gives new meaning to a sculptural approach to the craft. Instead of stitching subject matter like flowers, puppies, and generally happy scenes, she fills embroidery hoops with butts, breasts, and genatalia. The circular compositions rise from the surface and Hewett uses well-placed stitches to give form to these bulbous shapes. In addition, she’ll use dangling threads to simulate public hair, both trimmed and natural.
El Idioma, el primer enemigo.
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Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.
asylum-art:

Figurative Cardboard Sculptures by Bartek Elsner
Bartek Elsner is a designer and art director based in Berlin, Germany. Among his projects I found this cardboard sculptures series very interesting. Sometimes indoor decorations, sometimes street installations.