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Love these geometric animal transitions

Imagine these as tattoos -Philippines-based designer Kerby Rosanes has been doing intricate artwork with a simple collection of black pens for years now. One of his more recent projects caught our att (Mix Paint)

Usually it's the double exposure photographers that try to combine animals and their surroundings. Not so with Sam Larson!

Portland-based artist, Sam Larson has created minimal, black and white illustrations that combine elements of wild landscapes and animals into hybrid

Little Hybrid Illustrations by Sam LarsonAmerican artist Sam Larson create tiny black and white illustrations with felt-tip pen, mixing wild landscapes and animals, shapes and food into detailed hybrid compositions.

steelbison: “ TATTOOS I’ve replied to hundreds of emails over the past couple of months regarding tattoos of my art and figured this post would help cut down on some future ones. If you want to get an existing piece of mine, go for it!

"Freestyle Ballerina". This is my urban ballerina dance project for Boise. In this gallery we see the beauty and joy of dance. Ballerinas outside of their natural environment "the dance studio". Outdoor ballet photography. (Please view via Slideshow) - alloutdoor

"Freestyle Ballerina" urban ballerina dance project for Boise. In this gallery we see the beauty and joy of dance. Ballerinas outside of their natural environment "the dance studio". (Please view via Slideshow) - alloutdoor