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Belief in the Age of Disbelief 2005 etching (14.17 x 18.5 inches framed) 18 x 20 centimeters

Belief in the Age of Disbelief 2005 etching (14.17 x 18.5 inches framed) 18 x 20 centimeters

Doodle Frames

Doodle Frames

Extremities by Eugenia Loli

Extremities Art Print

Extremities by Eugenia Loli

Belief in the Age of Disbelief 2005 etching (14.57 x 16.93 inches framed) 17 x 23 centimeters

Belief in the Age of Disbelief: 2005 Cyprien Gaillard’s Etchings

Belief in the Age of Disbelief 2005 etching (14.57 x 16.93 inches framed) 17 x 23 centimeters

Tarkovsky - Mirror (Zerkalo) (1975)

Tarkovsky - Mirror (Zerkalo) (1975)

Belief in the Age of Disbelief 2005 etching (14.17 x 18.50 inches framed) 18 x 20 centimeters

Belief in the Age of Disbelief: 2005 Cyprien Gaillard’s Etchings

Belief in the Age of Disbelief 2005 etching (14.17 x 18.50 inches framed) 18 x 20 centimeters

Belief in the Age of Disbelief 2005 etching (14.57 x 16.93 inches framed) 18 x 20 centimeters

Belief in the Age of Disbelief: 2005 Cyprien Gaillard’s Etchings

Belief in the Age of Disbelief 2005 etching (14.57 x 16.93 inches framed) 18 x 20 centimeters

Gilbert Garcin

Gilbert Garcin, una mirada genial

Gilbert Garcin

Restricted by the aesthetic limits on architecture in the Soviet Union, Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin imagined the most fantastic cities and wondrous structures on paper.

Restricted by the aesthetic limits on architecture in the Soviet Union, Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin imagined the most fantastic cities and wondrous structures on paper.

William Larson is an American photographer who continuously experimented with different media in order to produce meaningful works and question the role of technology in the definition of an artistic language. His "Fireflies" series (1969–1978) deal with the possibility of introducing time and...

Early Digital, Unintentional Collages: Fireflies by William Larson

William Larson is an American photographer who continuously experimented with different media in order to produce meaningful works and question the role of technology in the definition of an artistic language. His "Fireflies" series (1969–1978) deal with the possibility of introducing time and...

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