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Floral Paintings by Marie Claire Moudru

Born in Grenoble, French artist Marie Claire Moudru showed creative mind and aesthetic talent in her early ages. She followed higher artistic education at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Grenoble, focusing on her work drawing and watercolor during education. Her skills and understanding of the watercolor art form was extended after her eduction. Floral watercolor paintings are her favorite subjects. The flowers are not just still objects but metaphors to express artistic beauty and personality.

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30+ Intricate Mandala Tattoo Designs

Tattoo lovers are never tired of digging out the subjects for their next tattoo ideas. From religious symbols to meaningful flowers or animals, we have seen a lot of creative tattoo designs inspired by these elements. Mandala tattoos are such kind of symmetrical tattoos inspired by a ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism. The circular geometric pattern reminds people of balance, harmony and cosmic infinity.

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30 Adorable Polka Dots Nail Designs

As girls we would always want to make ourselves look neat, clean, presentable and pretty. We have our hair makeup , and have our nails wear lovely polish… There are a lot of inspirations to make our nails to look special. One of the cutest nail designs would be the polka dot inspired nail designs.

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35 Creative DIY Letters in Life

Everyday we read books and surf on internet, letters flow in our sight and we focus on the meaning that letters transmit… Letters themselves could be attractive. Typeface design has been very popular in log design, infographics and creative alphabet designs. It’s a powerful means to bring brand attention and demonstrate creativity. The creative letters have walked out of the paper, you could DIY them using anything in your life.

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70 Ideas of French Manicure

Flaunt your sun kissed nails with this white and midnight blue themed French manicure. The base color is coated in beige and tipped with midnight blue polish, lined with a pure white color. The other nails are coated in reverse, matte midnight blue with white streaks topped with a clear bead at the intersection.

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Back Portrait Paintings by Sabine Liebchen

Sabine Liebchen is a contemporary artist from Germany. Sabine Liebchen’s hyper realistic fugitive paintings are mostly back portraits of figures portrayed from behind. Faces are not the motifs the artist has interest in. She’s experimenting to convey abstract concept from essentials of the anonymous individuals.

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Beautiful Wall Decals Ideas

If you’re apt to daydream, the beautiful wall decal would inevitably take you to the wonderland in your mind.

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Photography by Kindra Nikole

Kindra Nikole is a Seattle-based conceptual photographer whose work draws on natural settings to create surreal, otherworldly images. Citing Brian Froud, Jim Henson, J.R.R. Tolkien, Hayao Miyazaki, and Kirsty Mitchell as key influences, Kindra manifests fantastical realities in her images, oftentimes with a hint of dark allure. Her works typically feature a solitary figure immersed in nature, exuding an array of emotions.

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Digital Art by Dresew


Digital Art by Croatia based artist Dresew.

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60+ Mysterious Raven Tattoos


When I stumbled upon the tattoo ideas across the net, one of bird tattoos with black theme almost on all designs, came into my sight. It’s raven tattoo. Raven has been lived with humans for thousands of years. In North America, many people may take crows as raven as they look quite identical and it’s sometimes difficult to tell the difference between the two bird species. Ravens, like common ravens, are larger than American crows. While there exist other distinctions, raven is a bird with more mystical symbolism and meanings echoed by some people who get it on tattoo.

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Superhero Bedroom Ideas For Boys

The bedroom is probably one of the rooms you will spend most of your time in a house. Bedrooms are not just rooms where we sleep, enjoy or feel comfortable, but also places where we can DIY and practise creative ideas and add fun or wow in the life, especially for children. For boys, fun and play is more important than sleep. Bedrooms for boys could be designed full of fun so that they can play and let their imaginations fly.

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Unique Personalized Masks by Namingway


Namingway or Robin is a cartoonist, illustrator, mask maker, sculptor and graphic designer based in the United States. She is currently busy with her online comic called Real Life Fiction however, she continues to take commissions for the masks that she makes. Her masks are all hand sculpted and hand painted making each one unique and never the same.

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Summer Birthday Party Ideas For Girls


Parties are fun but organizing them can be hard work especially when you don’t know where to start. Luckily, these days there are so many party ideas which are readily available everywhere. Nowadays, there are online stores that sell party packages from invitations, decorations and even party favors. Don’t know what to do on your next birthday party? Then, try browsing online. In fact, just by going to Pinterest, you can already get new ideas for your next birthday party.

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Digital Art by Chen Bo

Chen Bo is a digital artist based in Guangzhou, China, who created the stunning game characters

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40 Origami Flowers You Can Do


Having been invented in China at the very beginning of the second century AD, paper entered Japan four centuries later, brought to the country by monks. Handmade and rare, paper was a luxurious commodity, available only to the richest. Therefore, origami was intended to be used during religious ceremonies only at first.

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