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El curioso arte de Victor Nunes: combinando ilustraciones con objetos de la vida cotidiana.

Artist Victor Nunes sees and makes faces out of all kinds of random objects. There are popcorn faces, walnut heads, banana bods, and more. Well when you go

joseph cornell shadow boxes | ... Alchemy: Joseph Cornell’s Surrealist Shadow Boxes | Brain Pickings

Dime-Store Alchemy: Joseph Cornell’s Surrealist Shadow Boxes

Untitled ( the Hotel Eden) 1945 - Joseph Cornell think of creating your own frames and boxes within the box

Art With Everyday Objects by Kevin Van Aelst | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Art With Everyday Objects by Kevin Van Aelst concept grahic photography manipulation collage artist

Artist Uses Everyday Objects To Create Powerful Arrangements In An Ode To Turquoise

Artist Uses Everyday Objects To Create Powerful Arrangements In An Ode To Turquoise

The Italian artist Benedetto Demaio brings us into a magical and visionary world through his stunning photos. I love how he can create a strong and powerful composition using very simpl.

New Names For Everyday Objects

New Names For Everyday Objects

Funny pictures about New Names For Everyday Objects. Oh, and cool pics about New Names For Everyday Objects. Also, New Names For Everyday Objects photos.

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Paris's 10 Best Small Museums

Paris's 10 Best Small Museums - Condé Nast Traveler - Musee Carnavalet in Marais

Paul Fuentes Turns Everyday Objects Into Surreal Pop Art Photo Collages

Paul Fuentes Turns Everyday Objects Into Surreal Pop Art Photo Collages

A mammoth’s molar; the chair in which Volatire died; Robespierre’s shaving dish. The collection of the Musée Carnavalet (the first municipal museum in Paris) documents the history of the city in the eclectic and eccentric way a museum about Paris should: through its everyday objects (there's a gallery filled entirely with street signs) and historical curiosities (hello, Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s inkwell). Bonus: it’s right in the center of the Marais (around the corner from Carven; opposite a…

A mammoth’s molar; the chair in which Volatire died; Robespierre’s shaving dish. The collection of the Musée Carnavalet (the first municipal museum in Paris) documents the history of the city in the eclectic and eccentric way a museum about Paris should: through its everyday objects (there's a gallery filled entirely with street signs) and historical curiosities (hello, Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s inkwell). Bonus: it’s right in the center of the Marais (around the corner from Carven; opposite a…

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