very creative. This is a good interpretation of "painting the town red". I love how they too the bristles and made them into a city figuere. This brush against the dark gray background really pops out and gives the image a nice night time feel. I also really like how they added a touch of the night sky above the city. It really helps give away what the artist is trying to say.

Inspiration Gallery #169 — Vector

"Lets paint the town Red" I think this is another advertisement for a paint company. It seems paint companies have the coolest designs. The red paint really stand out and making the bristles the town was really creative.

Animal Prints by Imaginary Beast for sale now (!!) Lions & Tigers & Bears, oh my!

Lions, Tigers, and Bear Prints! (oh my!)

Project Senbazuru is an artistic response to the disaster situation in #Japan. Inspired by Japanese senbazuru exchanging, the Project Senbazuru illustration aims to promote hope and prosperity in the midst of such devastation. 100% of the profits made will go directly to the Japan relief effort (Red Cross and GlobalGiving).

Project Senbazuru is an artistic response to the disaster situation in Japan. Inspired by Japanese senbazuru exchanging, the Project Senbazuru illustration aims to promote hope and prosperity in the midst of such devastation.

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Buy your Diagonal Abstract Canvas Wall Art by Oopsy Daisy here. Dress up a bare wall with the Diagonal Abstract Canvas Wall Art from Oopsy Daisy. Canvas wall art is perfect for adding color and

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With a slight change in the colours to suit the chosen colour palette, this pattern would be great as a quilt cover set. Cafe Cartolina Grady McFerrin- illustrator - on the hunt for good quilt inspirations +++ More Quilting Inspiration in my Board +++

Print by Ricardo Garcia

Print by Ricardo Garcia. The vibrant parrots are even more vibrant than their real life counterparts. I love the neons used here taking the already bright colored tropical subject matter over the top with color.

Twenty Something by Devin Washburn, via Behance

Twentysomething: Why Do Young Adults Seem Stuck? by Robin Marantz Henig and Samantha Henig

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