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Empty headed
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factorygirl-photography:

(via dirty-beat)
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Valentin Leonida
Heads
Valentin Leonida created the series ‘Heads’ as an attempt to turn our inside world out. With titles such as ‘Melancholia’, ‘Concentration’ or ‘Serpent Mind’, he expresses different emotions in sharp and significant drawings.
The illustrator states: “Humans can make more than 20 distinct facial expressions but the most important thing is to see the expression from inside. I depicted here just 5 expressions. I put some elusive titles to let the viewer to imagine the state of each character.”More of his works can be found on his Facebook and Valentin Behance.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Valentin Leonida
Heads
Valentin Leonida created the series ‘Heads’ as an attempt to turn our inside world out. With titles such as ‘Melancholia’, ‘Concentration’ or ‘Serpent Mind’, he expresses different emotions in sharp and significant drawings.
The illustrator states: “Humans can make more than 20 distinct facial expressions but the most important thing is to see the expression from inside. I depicted here just 5 expressions. I put some elusive titles to let the viewer to imagine the state of each character.”More of his works can be found on his Facebook and Valentin Behance.

Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Valentin Leonida
Heads
Valentin Leonida created the series ‘Heads’ as an attempt to turn our inside world out. With titles such as ‘Melancholia’, ‘Concentration’ or ‘Serpent Mind’, he expresses different emotions in sharp and significant drawings.
The illustrator states: “Humans can make more than 20 distinct facial expressions but the most important thing is to see the expression from inside. I depicted here just 5 expressions. I put some elusive titles to let the viewer to imagine the state of each character.”More of his works can be found on his Facebook and Valentin Behance.

Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Valentin Leonida
Heads
Valentin Leonida created the series ‘Heads’ as an attempt to turn our inside world out. With titles such as ‘Melancholia’, ‘Concentration’ or ‘Serpent Mind’, he expresses different emotions in sharp and significant drawings.
The illustrator states: “Humans can make more than 20 distinct facial expressions but the most important thing is to see the expression from inside. I depicted here just 5 expressions. I put some elusive titles to let the viewer to imagine the state of each character.”More of his works can be found on his Facebook and Valentin Behance.

Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Valentin Leonida
Heads
Valentin Leonida created the series ‘Heads’ as an attempt to turn our inside world out. With titles such as ‘Melancholia’, ‘Concentration’ or ‘Serpent Mind’, he expresses different emotions in sharp and significant drawings.
The illustrator states: “Humans can make more than 20 distinct facial expressions but the most important thing is to see the expression from inside. I depicted here just 5 expressions. I put some elusive titles to let the viewer to imagine the state of each character.”More of his works can be found on his Facebook and Valentin Behance.

Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Valentin Leonida
Heads
Valentin Leonida created the series ‘Heads’ as an attempt to turn our inside world out. With titles such as ‘Melancholia’, ‘Concentration’ or ‘Serpent Mind’, he expresses different emotions in sharp and significant drawings.
The illustrator states: “Humans can make more than 20 distinct facial expressions but the most important thing is to see the expression from inside. I depicted here just 5 expressions. I put some elusive titles to let the viewer to imagine the state of each character.”More of his works can be found on his Facebook and Valentin Behance.

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originalgiantcontent:

"Brooklyn", 2014.  Available August 6 from Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
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visualgraphc:

Urban Folklor
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Blogarka Nadi
visualgraphc:

Urban Folklor
by
Blogarka Nadi
visualgraphc:

Urban Folklor
by
Blogarka Nadi
visualgraphc:

Urban Folklor
by
Blogarka Nadi