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yulia pramuditta Jul 15
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BEAUTIFUL WORLD Jul 17
Slime</strong></p> <p>Optimism,<br />trust,<br />fearless<br />authority,<br />and disaster</p>lazyheader <p>that’s the way<br />I like them,<br />drunk<br />and all dressed up,<br />eating it<br />live<br />in one gulp,<br />sucking<br />mud<br />sucking mud<br /
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Maira Bay de Souza Jul 18
I love this piece for 2 reasons: 1) it's promoting solutions to issues that don't involve drugs and 2) it's promoting immersion in and which are awesome ways to cope with your problems!
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Alessandro Fornero Jul 14
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Alessandro Fornero Jul 13
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Stefan Alexander Jul 17
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Alessandro Fornero Jul 13
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Tina M Dimas Jul 12
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Lisa Yancey Jul 17
Rodrigo Mayo surprised me most. Stole my heart with his eye. If you don't know him (I didn't), get up on that. @ Palacio de Bellas Artes Cd de Mexico
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Alessandro Fornero Jul 11
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Open Mind Design RI Jul 17
pen Mind Design - supporting local business Like our page - FREE BOOKinSPRING
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UNA Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ Jul 13
I've never carved into marble before...but it seems rather exciting to do.. 🎨
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Tina M Dimas Jul 17
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Imad Salamoun Jul 17
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Alessandro Fornero Jul 17
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Paolo Jul 15
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Stephen Jul 14
"The Return of the Prodigal Son" (c. 1669) Rembrandt The Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg
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Stephen Jul 14
Peace, Burial at Sea by Joseph Mallord William Turner (1842) It shows the burial at sea of Turner's friend, the artist David Wilkie.
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Alessandro Fornero Jul 13
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