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It's That Girl Again : Photo

It's That Girl Again : Photo

Sketchbook pages - part 3 on Behance by Anna Aniskina #pattern #art #journal #moleskine #lettering

Sketchbook pages - part 3 on Behance by Anna Aniskina #pattern #art #journal #moleskine #lettering

The first thing that I found very interesting and unique is the quirkiness of this simple sketch. I feel that the layout of this particular sketch has been well thought out and there is a great amount of delicacy that is shown within this simple, yet detailed drawing. This relates into the theme of Earth as you can clearly see that this is an illustration of the earth's valuable forest and plants. I feel this is communicated through the detailed lines within the illustration.

The first thing that I found very interesting and unique is the quirkiness of this simple sketch. I feel that the layout of this particular sketch has been well thought out and there is a great amount of delicacy that is shown within this simple, yet detailed drawing. This relates into the theme of Earth as you can clearly see that this is an illustration of the earth's valuable forest and plants. I feel this is communicated through the detailed lines within the illustration.

Artist Jimmy Lawlor

Artist Jimmy Lawlor

Illustration of girl cutting her hair

Illustration of girl cutting her hair

I need these for a center piece of my framed iconic txt monthly mags, trampolining armadillos!!

I need these for a center piece of my framed iconic txt monthly mags, trampolining armadillos!!

foxes

foxes

aviculalunae: The Ouroboros, Greek for ‘tail swallower’  is depicted as a snake in circular motion swallowing it’s tail - on occasion, it can be seen in a lemniscate shape (as seen above). It originated in Egypt to symbolize the sun; in terms of Gnostic beliefs, it is a referral to the solar god Abraxas, signifying infinity and the soul of the earth.

aviculalunae: The Ouroboros, Greek for ‘tail swallower’ is depicted as a snake in circular motion swallowing it’s tail - on occasion, it can be seen in a lemniscate shape (as seen above). It originated in Egypt to symbolize the sun; in terms of Gnostic beliefs, it is a referral to the solar god Abraxas, signifying infinity and the soul of the earth.

Not a fan of nose rings per se but this looks good on her. I have a nose stud.

Not a fan of nose rings per se but this looks good on her. I have a nose stud.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at http://www.etsy.com/listing/176437116/fox-art-print-fox-wall-art-foxes-surreal

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at http://www.etsy.com/listing/176437116/fox-art-print-fox-wall-art-foxes-surreal