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reuse baby food jars to hold thumb tacks, nails, screws, etc.

reuse baby food jars to hold thumb tacks, nails, screws, etc.

Astro black and cosmo dark

Astro black and cosmo dark

Crafts paper on children's fingers (3)

Crafts paper on children's fingers (3)

VLAD GLYNIN jewellery - vladglynin.com - ВЛАД ГЛЫНИН ювелир

VLAD GLYNIN jewellery - vladglynin.com - ВЛАД ГЛЫНИН ювелир

tattoo cosas tan pequeñas pueden ser muy grande

tattoo cosas tan pequeñas pueden ser muy grande

Berlin artist Mo Ganji creates amazing single line tattoos #moganji #onelinedrawing #singlelinetattoo #tattoo

Berlin artist Mo Ganji creates amazing single line tattoos #moganji #onelinedrawing #singlelinetattoo #tattoo

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“Hiroshi Hirata is a Japanese manga artist best known in the United States for the samurai manga series Satsuma Gishiden. Hirata’s works belong to the subset of manga known as “gekiga” (“dramatic pictures”). He’s also known for his use of elaborate calligraphy for dialogue (he did the kanji for Akira), which has been preserved (though still translated) in the American editions of his work.“

“Hiroshi Hirata is a Japanese manga artist best known in the United States for the samurai manga series Satsuma Gishiden. Hirata’s works belong to the subset of manga known as “gekiga” (“dramatic pictures”). He’s also known for his use of elaborate calligraphy for dialogue (he did the kanji for Akira), which has been preserved (though still translated) in the American editions of his work.“

Paulina Stasikowska - Поиск в Google

Paulina Stasikowska - Поиск в Google