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Illustrator Kim Sielbeck uses paper, polymer clay, and more to construct tiny cacti you can hold in the palm of your hand. File under: do want!

Illustrator Kim Sielbeck uses paper, polymer clay, and more to construct tiny cacti you can hold in the palm of your hand. File under: do want!

Don’t Consume It More Than 4 Days: This Mixture Will Help You Lose 4 kg and 16 cm Waist in Just 4 Days! – (RECIPE) – Stay Healthy Magazine

Don’t Consume It More Than 4 Days: This Mixture Will Help You Lose 4 kg and 16 cm Waist in Just 4 Days! – (RECIPE) – Stay Healthy Magazine

Utroligt simple p-tærter, som forener det søde med det salt og det bløde med det knasende.

Utroligt simple p-tærter, som forener det søde med det salt og det bløde med det knasende.

Pinterest: jjordynbush ✨

Pinterest: jjordynbush ✨

Pen & Ink Depictions of Trees Sprouting into Animals by Alfred Basha

Pen & Ink Depictions of Trees Sprouting into Animals by Alfred Basha

"Hernan Marin has a delicate, realistic style of drawing, which he uses to create eerie charcoal drawings of men and nature. Hernan uses all sorts of materials for his charcoal drawings, ranging from glass and metal to cotton paper." (bleaq)

"Hernan Marin has a delicate, realistic style of drawing, which he uses to create eerie charcoal drawings of men and nature. Hernan uses all sorts of materials for his charcoal drawings, ranging from glass and metal to cotton paper." (bleaq)

The 30 Day Art Challenge by ~CaraghPond on deviantART                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The 30 Day Art Challenge by ~CaraghPond on deviantART More

Beine zeichnen - ein Glück, dass es solche Bilder gibt, so langsam kann ich niemanden mehr zwingen, model zu stehen..

Beine zeichnen - ein Glück, dass es solche Bilder gibt, so langsam kann ich niemanden mehr zwingen, model zu stehen..

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I am Parth Kothekar, paper cut artist from Ahmedabad (India). It was during my experiments with graffiti stencils that the idea of paper cuts came to my mind, then I began by creating the stencils in inverse fashion.  This art form made me feel more connected to my work.

I am Parth Kothekar, paper cut artist from Ahmedabad (India). It was during my experiments with graffiti stencils that the idea of paper cuts came to my mind, then I began by creating the stencils in inverse fashion. This art form made me feel more connected to my work.