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hostelsand-brothels: “ culturenlifestyle: “ Intricate Geometric Animal Illustrations by Kerby Rosanes Kerby Rosanes aka Sketchy…

hostelsand-brothels: “ culturenlifestyle: “ Intricate Geometric Animal Illustrations by Kerby Rosanes Kerby Rosanes aka Sketchy…

Right Forearm Cuff | Using this potentially on the under side of my forearm where the other tattoo is. It has a similar vibe in drawing. I'm feeling more about the forearm sleeve and less about the upper sleeve.

Right Forearm Cuff | Using this potentially on the under side of my forearm where the other tattoo is. It has a similar vibe in drawing. I'm feeling more about the forearm sleeve and less about the upper sleeve.

— www.instagram.com/bicemsinik  bicemsinik@gmail.com

— www.instagram.com/bicemsinik bicemsinik@gmail.com

Maybe instead of trees it could be clouds?!?                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Maybe instead of trees it could be clouds?!? More

Manila-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes known as Sketchy Stories has created a new series of sketches combing animals with geometric forms.

Manila-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes known as Sketchy Stories has created a new series of sketches combing animals with geometric forms.

Place de la Concorde fountain with the Effel tower, Paris (by Yvon Lacaille on Flickr)

Place de la Concorde fountain with the Effel tower, Paris (by Yvon Lacaille on Flickr)

Part of a 3-D art exhibition in Fuzhou of Fujian Province, China. More than 40 3-D magic paintings are shown to the public at the exhibition.

Part of a 3-D art exhibition in Fuzhou of Fujian Province, China. More than 40 3-D magic paintings are shown to the public at the exhibition.

David Zinn

David Zinn

Street art - street game

Street art - street game

Berlin street art - the group Mentalgassi uses prints and wheatpaste to transform urban objects into art.

Berlin street art - the group Mentalgassi uses prints and wheatpaste to transform urban objects into art.