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Gag (detail) by Kate McGwire (2009)

Gag (detail) by Kate McGwire (2009)

More than words could  possibly carry - Deep, quiet, and overbearing sadness  The weight that bears down on every tear  Not just the ones that colour your cheeks  So often it creeps up on you  So often when you think all is done and dusted  All because you can't fathom the burn of the hurt,  For you remember too clearly the laughters that were only too recently past.

More than words could possibly carry - Deep, quiet, and overbearing sadness The weight that bears down on every tear Not just the ones that colour your cheeks So often it creeps up on you So often when you think all is done and dusted All because you can't fathom the burn of the hurt, For you remember too clearly the laughters that were only too recently past.

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Karlie Kloss, the face of Chanel Coco Noir 2014; photography by Sølve Sundsbø.

Karlie Kloss, the face of Chanel Coco Noir 2014; photography by Sølve Sundsbø.

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Antonio Mora  -  "Stormhead"  Photo collage.  If you are interested in purchasing works of Antonio Mora, send e-mail to pil4r@routetoart.com

Antonio Mora - "Stormhead" Photo collage. If you are interested in purchasing works of Antonio Mora, send e-mail to pil4r@routetoart.com

Antonio Mora Transforms Human Portraits Into Mind-Bending Illusions

Antonio Mora Transforms Human Portraits Into Mind-Bending Illusions

When Jung said that we walk in shoes too small for us, he meant those old adaptive psychologies, and necessarily adaptive, of course. But in the end, they are also constrictive. Our own psyche wants us to step into a larger life than the one we've been living historically. - Dr. James Hollis, Jungian Analyst (Art by Antonio Mora)

When Jung said that we walk in shoes too small for us, he meant those old adaptive psychologies, and necessarily adaptive, of course. But in the end, they are also constrictive. Our own psyche wants us to step into a larger life than the one we've been living historically. - Dr. James Hollis, Jungian Analyst (Art by Antonio Mora)