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Palm print set by Coco Lapine - The Loppist

A set of Palm prints, catched in the light of a summer evening. Depending on how you combine the prints, they will make a different shape of tree.

A Ram by Coco Lapine - The Loppist

Line drawing of a Ram in the mountains.

A Bear by Coco Lapine - The Loppist

Line drawing of a Bear in the mountains.

We belong together by My Buemann - The Loppist

“We belong together” shows two imperfect individuals, who together makes sense and creates a unity.

Need to be close to you all the time by My Buemann - The Loppist

Need to be close to you all the time by My Buemann - The Loppist

I think i’ll stay here by My Buemann - The Loppist

Some places you just feel comfortable and at home. This illustration can also be seen as a time in life you’ve reached and where it feels perfect to settle down.

On the Move no. 2 by Coco Lapine - The Loppist

Collage of pictures taken by moving around the camera in a certain speed in a room full of projections, which gives the impression of a moving object. By containing these images within geometric shapes, the effect is very graphic.

A Bear by Coco Lapine - The Loppist

A Bear by Coco Lapine - The Loppist

Mountain ABC by Coco Lapine - The Loppist

A mountain for every letter of the alphabet, shaped out of different paint strokes on paper.Size: x - 170 gThe poster is wrapped with the greatest care and shipped (internationally) in a cardboard tube. The print is sold unframed.

Bricks by My Buemann - The Loppist

The buildings in Bricks can seem heavy and unreachable, but are at the same time a bit off and has a personality which makes you want to take a closer look at them, and try to figure out what’s hidden behind the black walls.

I want to spend all my nine lives with you by My Buemann - The Loppist

If I was a cat I would spend all of my nine lives with you. That has to be the biggest declaration of love. If you are so lucky as to know a person, with who you wanna spent not just one, but nine lives with, remember to let them know.

I stole it by My Buemann - The Loppist

Who hasn’t tried to get ones heart stolen? This illustration illustrates that: The feeling of have put ones heart in the hands of another and hoping the feeling is mutual.