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Victor Nunes will change the way you look at common-day things. Seriously, what a whimsical imagination he must have. Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles. He launched his Facebook page only 2 weeks ago and it has already amassed over 4,000 followers. Its only message is in Portuguese which translates to “On this page you will find a bunch of little faces and other little things. And with great humor!” in English.

Victor Nunes will change the way you look at common-day things. Seriously, what a whimsical imagination he must have. Artist Victor Nunes turns everyday objects into sets of cute and quirky doodles. He launched his Facebook page only 2 weeks ago and it has already amassed over 4,000 followers. Its only message is in Portuguese which translates to “On this page you will find a bunch of little faces and other little things. And with great humor!” in English.

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3D Pencil Drawing via pindemy.com Venez nous rencontrer sur le salon 8° AVENUE à PARIS du 22 au 26 octobre prochain, avenue des Champs-Elysées / STAND 524E. Rens. : streetartgalerie@gmail.com

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Ready for an infinite wall smashing game with an intense brick breaker gameplay filled with superb stickman characters? Stickman Smash is an intense one tap wall smasher game where you have to time you blows or surge head first into the wall

A mostly self-taught artist from the Netherlands now has a whole bunch of new 3D optical illusions. Ramon continues to draw with regular pencils and keeps developing his anamorphic techniques, that make the paintings look 3D. No wonder that every time you see a prop he left by the drawing, you start questioning if this one is actually real!

A mostly self-taught artist from the Netherlands now has a whole bunch of new 3D optical illusions. Ramon continues to draw with regular pencils and keeps developing his anamorphic techniques, that make the paintings look 3D. No wonder that every time you see a prop he left by the drawing, you start questioning if this one is actually real!

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