Halmos Zsolt
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I love the way the lines of the trees create something completely new without changing themselves. You can see the face in the trees, but the trees still look normal.

Trees, nature's condos for the little guys, are not just a pretty picture. Squirrels, birds, and bugs count on them for a place to live. (I know the lens is about trees and not art. But I love that face-in-the-trees illusion artwork.

geocide.deviantart.com Goddamned genius,right here.I call this one "Green-Eyed VeryClose",because of her piercing eye shown,as well as the varicosity(?) of the story and trails the slashing lines tell...Beautiful and telling,as all great art is..DIG IT!!

genius,right here.I call this one "Green-Eyed VeryClose",because of her piercing eye shown,as well as the varicosity(?) of the story and trails the slashing lines tell.Beautiful and telling,as all great art is.DIG IT!

This is a photograph of an original hand drawn design done with multi-colored prisma pencils and sharpie on Bristol board. The print is on thick

This is a photograph of an original hand drawn design done with multi-colored prisma pencils and sharpie on Bristol board. The print is on thick<< Elsa hair!

A Butterfly Effect by Norman Duenas (Lovely Bones - Bohemian Gypsy Jane blog)

Applied art commercial art print illustration by Norman Duenas titled "A Butterfly Effect." I really love the artists combination of nature with the human figure/skull and the depiction of a clock. It gives a great sense of the passage of time.