2015 Better Homes and Gardens Color Palette of the Year.  Gorgeous colors!  Especially loving Fresh Berry and Behr Essential Teal. Paint color names and brands on link.

2015 Color Palette of the Year

BHG 2015 Color Palette of the Year - Paradise Sherwin Williams, Naive Peach Sherwin Williams, Salmon Rose Valspar, Stone's Throw Pratt & Lambert, Panama Rose PPG.

Jellyfish - like a watercolor picture in the sea! Wow our Creator is awesome!!! So Beautiful!!

Pretty Jellyfish Art Installation At The National Aquarium, In Baltimore, Maryland. Jelly Swarm Invades Pier Photo by Baking Betty

Hiroshima Lantern Festival, Japan

Hiroshima Lantern Festival in Japan - Tourism Marketing Concepts Travel Share and enjoy!

vending machines in Japan - oh my goodness gracious, this is SO-O-O-O much crazier than bread vending machines in France.

Ice Cream display in Japan---A Japanese ice-cream vending machine! with crazy flavors such as purple sweet potato, almond jelly, pudding, lavender, and “full maturity melon.

Great style love the coca cola pop art skirt x

ストリートスナップ原宿 - mayuさん

Glitzaliciousgifts ♥s ♥s ♥s ♥s this pin of Pink Hair and a coca cola pop art skirt

Front Porch, Montreal, Canada

The green house in the Le Plateau borough of Montreal, Quebec, Canada! photo by Martin-Montreal in Pictures

lulie wallace palette : messy imperfection but beautiful

I have always thought my art pallet looked more like art than the actual thing I was painting.

Kokeshi dolls have been a Japanese cultural institution for over two centuries. Giving and receiving Kokeshi dolls dates back to the Edo period (1603-1867) in Japan. Kokeshi dolls were handcrafted by woodwork artisans of the time known as Kijiya, (which means woodworker in Japanese) to be given away as tokens of love and friendship. Kokeshi dolls were given as gifts to newborn children as a lucky charm to bestow good wishes for a healthy child.

Kokeshi dolls have been a Japanese cultural institution for over two centuries…

2D or not 2D by Alexander Khokhlov

Using models’ faces as canvas, Russian make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan recreates famous paintings in collaboration with photographer Alexander Khokhlov and expert photo editor Veronica Ershova.