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kadeemellis:

The Morning. 
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Dasic FernándeZ
Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. A unique technique and surreal style. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in mouvement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. His designs tell poetic stories that could be described in various ways. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape…via
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret
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Dasic FernándeZ
Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. A unique technique and surreal style. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in mouvement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. His designs tell poetic stories that could be described in various ways. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape…via
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret
cross-connect:

Dasic FernándeZ
Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. A unique technique and surreal style. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in mouvement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. His designs tell poetic stories that could be described in various ways. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape…via
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret
cross-connect:

Dasic FernándeZ
Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. A unique technique and surreal style. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in mouvement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. His designs tell poetic stories that could be described in various ways. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape…via
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret
cross-connect:

Dasic FernándeZ
Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. A unique technique and surreal style. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in mouvement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. His designs tell poetic stories that could be described in various ways. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape…via
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret
cross-connect:

Dasic FernándeZ
Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. A unique technique and surreal style. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in mouvement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. His designs tell poetic stories that could be described in various ways. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape…via
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret
cross-connect:

Dasic FernándeZ
Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. A unique technique and surreal style. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in mouvement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. His designs tell poetic stories that could be described in various ways. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape…via
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret
cross-connect:

Dasic FernándeZ
Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. A unique technique and surreal style. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in mouvement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. His designs tell poetic stories that could be described in various ways. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape…via
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret
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thedustyrebel:

Obey x gilf!
Shepard Fairey with gilf’s “To Tehran with Love” outside the Little Cupcake Bakeshop in Nolita.
More photos: Shepard Fairey, gilf!, Street Art