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Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks
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Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily’
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Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks
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Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily’
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Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks
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Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily’
asylum-art:

Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks
on Facebook
Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily’
asylum-art:

Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks
on Facebook
Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily’
asylum-art:

Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks
on Facebook
Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily’
asylum-art:

Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks
on Facebook
Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily’
asylum-art:

Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks
on Facebook
Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily’

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Classic Portraits Are Way Better When Painted On Beer Cans by Kim Alsbrooks

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Kim Alsbrooks recreates historial oil portraits on flattened beers cans and fast food containers. Titled “My White Trash paiFamily

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Wieslaw Walkuski is a graphics designer born in 1956 in Bialystok, Poland. Between 1976 and 1981 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Main professors: Teresa Pagowska - painting and Maciej Urbaniec - graphic design. In 1981 he started to cooperate with a number of publishing houses , theatres as well as Polfilm and Film Polski - film distributors. Since 1987 he has been working as a freelancer. He has published about 200 posters. His prolific body of works includes paintings , artistic posters , illustrations. Lives and works in Warsaw.
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Wieslaw Walkuski is a graphics designer born in 1956 in Bialystok, Poland. Between 1976 and 1981 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Main professors: Teresa Pagowska - painting and Maciej Urbaniec - graphic design. In 1981 he started to cooperate with a number of publishing houses , theatres as well as Polfilm and Film Polski - film distributors. Since 1987 he has been working as a freelancer. He has published about 200 posters. His prolific body of works includes paintings , artistic posters , illustrations. Lives and works in Warsaw.
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Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

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Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.” instagram:

Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

To see more of Chile  through the lens of a local, follow @valentinagreene on Instagram.

Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.” instagram:

Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

To see more of Chile  through the lens of a local, follow @valentinagreene on Instagram.

Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.” instagram:

Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

To see more of Chile  through the lens of a local, follow @valentinagreene on Instagram.

Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.” instagram:

Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

To see more of Chile  through the lens of a local, follow @valentinagreene on Instagram.

Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.” instagram:

Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

To see more of Chile  through the lens of a local, follow @valentinagreene on Instagram.

Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.” instagram:

Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

To see more of Chile  through the lens of a local, follow @valentinagreene on Instagram.

Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.”

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Local Lens: Collecting Everyday Scenes in Chile

To see more of Chile through the lens of a local, follow @valentinagreene on Instagram.

Valentina Greene (@valentinagreene) is always going beyond the surface when she’s photographing a scene. “I enjoy looking beyond the things people usually see—like backyards or barns,” she says. “Behind facades and behind the scenes for the real deal. It’s my way of trying to get to know people and their stories.” Among Valentina’s favorite local places in Chile are the tiny towns near Lago Vichuquen. She says, “I am inspired by traces or clues that reflect people’s daily lives. Things that seem unimportant are precious to me.” Valentina also loves photographing the beach in Maitencillo, “I like its minimal scenario.” In her hometown of Santiago, Valentina recommends La Vega, a street market “full of color, noise, smells, dogs and the best characters.”

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Wouldn’t mind a walk here at night

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Abandoned amusement park
Very creepy but beautiful
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