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Hopenhagen by John Clang. This would also be lovely using photo's of your child taken at different ages

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Kay Montano @kaymontano "You can bes...Instagram photo

I never buy fashion or women's magazines because it promotes this kind of shackling of women. We are not what we wear or put on our faces or into our stomachs. Why do we do this to ourselves, to our self-image and confidence, and self-esteem? Rise above.

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this picture is surreal because it is showing a teen loosing pieces from his face. This shows that he is either dying or falling apart. I choose this picture because it is the most satisfying and surreal one i could find. - Jorge Figueroa Block D.

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Manny Robertson- Embroidered Metropolis. ((Each original print is composed of two portraits, one color and one black and white, that have been cut and sewn together by hand.))

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I could do this but with photos of words and phrases on my neck for my self portrait of things that are important or things I love.

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This is a powerful painting which links into the theme together and/or apart because her face is separated from her features. It also links into the theme of changing identity.

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QUALITY Men’s 8.5″ Genuine Mexican Solid Silver / Leather 32.2g Identity Bracelet

Essential question The authors struggle for identity The author through the story had each sister changing a lot from mate being a quite girl to becoming a rebel. or Trujillo acting godly to us as the reader finding out his true colors. Everyone through

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from Designer Daily: graphic and web design blog

New maps illustrations by Ed Fairburn

Maps are an interesting motif of a journey,however I think they add too much business in a lot of pieces,and so detail has to be cut out of the subject,such as tone and shadowing in this piece shown. It represents a physical journey throughout a place, and provides a detailed canvas,however I do not think I would carry this idea forward to a final piece.

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Minimalist Pop Culture Prints : Greg Guillemin

by Lou Ros my interpretation: 'we lose ourselves in our thoughts'

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