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 Dolce & Gabbana’s jewelled catwalk hair 2013-2014

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Expressive Illustrations That Tell Surreal Stories By  Christian Schloe on Facebook

These surreal scenes by Christian Schloe feature bizarre moments that draw viewers out of a concrete reality and into a dreamy, fictional world. In his work, the digital artist creates expressive visual stories filled with soft color palettes, elegant birds and butterflies, soft flower petals, and otherworldly, majestic landscapes. The illusion of a scratched canvas and worn, aged edges allude to a different time and place where a howling wolf is half human, half animal; a couple dances among the clouds; and a young girl collects drops of moonlight in a bowl.

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Embroidery serie by Jose Romussi

This time the Berlin based artist elaborates pictures from old fashion magazines with colorful forms of embroidery. The embroidery in this project is more playful and less linear. The self-taught visual artist manages to reinterpret the beauty of the old pictures by adding his embroidery, lending the images a mysterious component. The Chile born artist says about his work that it has been one of the most exciting projects so far and has brought him a step closer to the artists he aims to be. Romussi invites the viewer to dream with him and to experience his very own aesthetic concept.

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Peng Wei Art  

Born in Chengdu, China, Peng Wei received a Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Culture and Art Department at Nankai University followed by a MA Degree of Aesthetics at Nankai University. From 2000 to 2006 she worked in Beijing as editor of Art magazine. Her works were collected by National Art Museum of China, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Asian Art Center of San Francisco, Sigg collection, and many others.

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