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colorfully painted cars are parked in front of a brightly colored gas station with an awning
Disused gas station in Ireland gets new lease of life as pop art installation
As part of a project in Ireland�s Limerick City to match artists with its disused public spaces, graffiti artist Maser has transformed a derelict gas station into a Ed Ruscha-ish art installation with the latter�s characteristic colorful pop blocks and stripes. If only the gas station was still in business.
a woman standing in front of a colorful wall
Beco do Batman
a drawing of a woman's head with glasses and hair in the center, against a white background
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Jasmin Dwyer | Illustration | Printmaking ...
two black crows are flying in the air
crow images in art
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a large painting on the side of a building with flowers painted on it's wall
Flowers
Flowers by First Graffiti Agency
a drawing of a woman with long hair and roses around her neck, holding hands together
#emily-rose-murray on Tumblr
Tattoo Artwork by Emily Rose Murray
a drawing of a flower with leaves on it
CØDY EICH TATTOO
lotus tattoo | The red lotus stands for compassion and love #buddhism
a drawing of a man with a pipe
old school tattoo designs
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"Old School" Tattoo http://pinterest.com/fancybt/endless-pain-but-tattoo-is-eternally-mark/ Tattoo Girls, Girl Tattoos, Cute Tattoos, Tatuajes, Trendy Tattoos
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"Old School" Tattoo http://pinterest.com/fancybt/endless-pain-but-tattoo-is-eternally-mark/
an image of mermaids and sea creatures
Vintage Mermaid Fairytale Story Book Rubber Stamps
love this vintage mermaid art (inspiration for Z's Mermaid Parade costume)... especially the mommy and baby on bottom left
a drawing of a woman with an octopus on her head and other creatures around her
Edmund Dulac - "At the mere sight of the bright liquid ... they drew back in terror." Ilustration from "The Mermaid" 1911
Illustration by Edmund Dulac from “The Mermaid” in the 1911 Edition of “Stories from Hans Andersen”