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"Eufórico beso que le dio un anónimo soldado de la Marina de EE UU a una enfermera, en Times Square para celebrar el final de la II Guerra Mundial. No eran pareja."  por Alfred Eisenstaedt en 1945.  Se publicó en la portada de la revista Life.

Muere la mujer del beso en Times Square

"Eufórico beso que le dio un anónimo soldado de la Marina de EE UU a una enfermera, en Times Square para celebrar el final de la II Guerra Mundial. No eran pareja." por Alfred Eisenstaedt en 1945. Se publicó en la portada de la revista Life.

Flavorpill Media has compiled "33 Wonderful Fan-Designed Covers for Famous Novels." What's your favorite? Comment below!

33 Wonderful Fan-Designed Covers for Famous Novels

Flavorpill Media has compiled "33 Wonderful Fan-Designed Covers for Famous Novels." What's your favorite? Comment below!

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Hollie Chastain collage art - I so love the art on the insides of old book covers. collage is amazing.

Canadian photographer Amy Friend amazed me earlier this year, and then again today with this work. These images are from her series titled Timekeeper. I’m not sure how she did this {this applies to all of her work actually!}, but I absolutely love the dreamy, painterly feel that she has created here. Gor.Ge.Ous!

Canadian photographer Amy Friend amazed me earlier this year, and then again today with this work. These images are from her series titled Timekeeper. I’m not sure how she did this {this applies to all of her work actually!}, but I absolutely love the dreamy, painterly feel that she has created here. Gor.Ge.Ous!

Last two pictures at the bottom.   perfect example of enhancing the background and thrings around the subject.

Last two pictures at the bottom. perfect example of enhancing the background and thrings around the subject.

These engaging, yet simple, paintings are from the bizarrely beautiful portfolio of Hungarian artist Agnes Gazdag {check out the ‘Greenwood’ series on her site! Creepy/lovely.}

These engaging, yet simple, paintings are from the bizarrely beautiful portfolio of Hungarian artist Agnes Gazdag {check out the ‘Greenwood’ series on her site! Creepy/lovely.}

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