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…pure joy … this just makes me SMILE!
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Daido Moriyama :: Lips, 1989/ Silkscreen on canvasFollow Me Home

Daido Moriyama :: Lips, 1989/ Silkscreen on canvas
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Daido Moriyama :: Lips, 1989/ Silkscreen on canvasFollow Me Home

Daido Moriyama :: Lips, 1989/ Silkscreen on canvas
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Daido Moriyama :: Early Summer for the Young, 1967Follow Me Home

Daido Moriyama :: Early Summer for the Young, 1967
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Daido Moriyama :: Record No. 19, Italy, 2010Follow Me Home

Daido Moriyama :: Record No. 19, Italy, 2010
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Daido Moriyama :: Record No. 18, Taipei, 2010Follow Me Home

Daido Moriyama :: Record No. 18, Taipei, 2010
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street  This is Art, not Mine nor yours, but It deserves to be seen…by everyone…Share it…Follow Me Home

street This is Art, not Mine nor yours, but It deserves to be seen…by everyone…Share it…
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beefranck:  chatblanc:  funnywildlife:  Capybara by maortizjr on Flickr. Just walking the capybara ~ as one does ~  I…um, yeah…alrighty then…Follow Me Home

beefranck: chatblanc: funnywildlife: Capybara by maortizjr on Flickr. Just walking the capybara ~ as one does ~ I…um, yeah…alrighty then…
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Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė uses cross-stitch embroidery to adorn metallic objects such as plates, spoons, pot lids, lamps, rusty tin cans, pails and shovels, even automobiles. Some of her pieces feature traditional floral motifs while others are much more unusual and playful - the ashtray appears to contain stubbed out ends of cigarettes. The spoon reflects the mouth of the person about to eat from it.Follow Me Home

Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė uses cross-stitch embroidery to adorn metallic objects such as plates, spoons, pot lids, lamps, rusty tin cans, pails and shovels, even automobiles. Some of her pieces feature traditional floral motifs while others are much more unusual and playful - the ashtray appears to contain stubbed out ends of cigarettes. The spoon reflects the mouth of the person about to eat from it.
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