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Heel veel 'vintage' logo's. Het komt steeds vaker terug tegenwoordig. Ik hou van de elementen die ze toevoegen aan de woorden. Bergen, cirkels. Erg stijlvol

Heel veel 'vintage' logo's. Het komt steeds vaker terug tegenwoordig. Ik hou van de elementen die ze toevoegen aan de woorden. Bergen, cirkels. Erg stijlvol

Photographer Bobby Neel Adams uses photographs subjects and fuses them with pictures of their childhood. To create the effect, the subjects need to wear something similar to what they wore in their childhood photo and then are photographed in a similar manner. The results, which do not use any Photoshop, are pretty remarkable!

Photographer Bobby Neel Adams uses photographs subjects and fuses them with pictures of their childhood. To create the effect, the subjects need to wear something similar to what they wore in their childhood photo and then are photographed in a similar manner. The results, which do not use any Photoshop, are pretty remarkable!

This would be SO COOL to do with our cut outs for mini mods and featuressssss

This would be SO COOL to do with our cut outs for mini mods and featuressssss

I think we all still need tree houses to color in, listen to our favorite boy band and just escape from the real world...

I think we all still need tree houses to color in, listen to our favorite boy band and just escape from the real world...

To me, this concentration is the warping of a misfortunate human into some type of animal or nature in distress.  Dzama's tree people, Finley's baboon, Pollock's creature, and Tyson's fish all communicate emotional pain and distress by combining the human body with another living thing.  My picture is also a human presented in an animalistic way to show a high level of grief and misfortune.  Like the other dull, yet delicate pieces, it is fairly detailed and colorless, showing emotional…

To me, this concentration is the warping of a misfortunate human into some type of animal or nature in distress. Dzama's tree people, Finley's baboon, Pollock's creature, and Tyson's fish all communicate emotional pain and distress by combining the human body with another living thing. My picture is also a human presented in an animalistic way to show a high level of grief and misfortune. Like the other dull, yet delicate pieces, it is fairly detailed and colorless, showing emotional…