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Samba by Adrian D. Holmes on SoundCloud. Time to get happy and have some fun with this new composition!

Oh My! Designer's Toolkit
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Oh My! Designer's Toolkit

Oh My! Designer's Toolkit was created to help designers make eye-candy scenes that will arouse positive emotions. Create scenes in Photoshop easily and use graphics for individual or commercial projects. Download it here:

from Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

Abstract Photography by Magda Indigo

My former photography teacher would have a cow over the un-sharpened points in this image, but it is an interesting composition.

Oh. My. This is the work of Scottish artist Emily Moore. Elegant compositions, stunning color choices, and delicate lines. Those branches… sigh. This is some of her work from 2014/2015 but some of her latest pieces can be seen at the Edinburgh Collage Collective Exhibition, which opens this Wednesday night, November 23rd 7~11pm. If you’re in Edinburgh… GO!

Oh. My. This is the work of Scottish artist Emily Moore. Elegant compositions, stunning color choices, and delicate lines. Those branches… sigh. This is some of her work from 2014/2015 but some of her latest pieces can be seen at the Edinburgh Collage Collective Exhibition, which opens this Wednesday night, November 23rd 7~11pm. If you’re in Edinburgh… GO!

Veronica Lake, 1940s. (PIC 1) The composition of this photograph is something i would love to incorporate into my own photographs, especially how the S shape waves cast a shadow over her right eye, but the rest of her face and features are highlighted and bright.

from Society6

Bobba Fett | The Bounty Hunter | Star War Art Shower Curtain by Freak Shop | Freak Products

Beautiful needle felt composition by Jackie Felix of Erie, Pennsylvania. She writes: “‘Wren Ever’ is one of my latest designs; as a bird watcher I am aware it’s not technically correct, but I was so inspired by a little wren who insisted on using a flower pot as a nest last spring I decided to try and capture not only the experience of her determination, but also the anticipation of the arrival.