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Dreams of Eva Chocolate Package Design on Behance | Fivestar Branding – Design and Branding Agency & Inspiration Gallery

Dreams of Eva Chocolate Package Design on Behance | Fivestar Branding – Design and Branding Agency & Inspiration Gallery

SORAHANA - Illustration

SORAHANA - Illustration

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By talented Sam Larson

By talented Sam Larson

1854, rare daguerreotype in which the subjects are smiling. These pictures took so long to capture that the people sitting were usually told not to smile because their facial muscles wouldn't be able to hold the expression that long, blurring the picture. (That's also why babies, like the one here, tend to look a bit fuzzy and surreal. You try to keep an infant still that long!)

1854, rare daguerreotype in which the subjects are smiling. These pictures took so long to capture that the people sitting were usually told not to smile because their facial muscles wouldn't be able to hold the expression that long, blurring the picture. (That's also why babies, like the one here, tend to look a bit fuzzy and surreal. You try to keep an infant still that long!)

Gorgeous autumn colors in the Highlands. Oh what I would give to live in that…

Gorgeous autumn colors in the Highlands. Oh what I would give to live in that…

Illustration | Richard Smythe Artwork

Illustration | Richard Smythe Artwork

Crimean artist Pis Saro takes inspiration from her travels and innate fascination with nature to create her soft and dreamlike tattoo designs. "The mood of my art changes with the seasons," Saro told Illusion Magazine. "I grow flowers and watch them attentively, looking at each fractal detail in petals and leaves. They’re not as simple as they seem! I like to study plants, animals and birds of different countries, too, always searching for new ideas." This year alone, the traveling…

Crimean artist Pis Saro takes inspiration from her travels and innate fascination with nature to create her soft and dreamlike tattoo designs. "The mood of my art changes with the seasons," Saro told Illusion Magazine. "I grow flowers and watch them attentively, looking at each fractal detail in petals and leaves. They’re not as simple as they seem! I like to study plants, animals and birds of different countries, too, always searching for new ideas." This year alone, the traveling…