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Mungo Thomson - Negative Space (2006)

Sit down, prop your feet up on a Cosmos Collection pouf ottoman and really study these artistic, galaxy inspired walls.

Emma Lindström - Cosmic Compositions   26-year-old painter Emma Lindström creates colorful swirls of awesomeness using a combination of acrylic and spraypaint. Though the artist is from Sweden, her work feels as though it came from an entirely different galaxy. Her paintings are nothing short of celestial — though the colors change piece to piece, she maintains the same galactic visuals that transcends our Earthly imaginations.

Emma Lindström - Cosmic Compositions painter Emma Lindström creates colorful swirls of awesomeness using a combination of acrylic and spraypaint. Though the artist is from Sweden, her work feels as though it came from an entirely.

wisteria display from Anthropologie... made with yarn, dyed cupcakes holders, and purple balloons... so cool! Hey follow me and check out all my other boards!!!

wisteria display from Anthropologie. made with yarn, dyed cupcakes holders, and purple balloons. Could do in white and hang with curly willow for wedding theme display on smaller scale

A perfect mix between vintage and contemporary, this Book Collection Art Print…

Cummings Quote Vintage Art Print with Grey Wood Frame by Sugarboo Designs here. Cummings Quote Vintage Framed Art Print from Sugarboo Designs.

Jack Vettriano...réepinglé par Maurie Daboux¸¸.•*¨*⋱‿✿╮

Jack Vettriano Mad Dogs Detail print for sale. Shop for Jack Vettriano Mad Dogs Detail painting and frame at discount price, ships in 24 hours. Cheap price prints end soon.

"Eufórico beso que le dio un anónimo soldado de la Marina de EE UU a una enfermera, en Times Square para celebrar el final de la II Guerra Mundial. No eran pareja."  por Alfred Eisenstaedt en 1945.  Se publicó en la portada de la revista Life.

end of world war II. A sailor was so happy that he grabbed an unknown nurse in Times Square and gave her a kiss. This famous kiss was captured by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt and published in Life Magazine