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I love this because of the contrast of light and dark. If you notice, there is a subtle picture of the night sky and the moon behind the keyhole in the shadows. It's almost like a ying and yang kind of thing. Plus, I like how big the keyhole is compared to the person.

Kinga Britschgi is a Hungarian digital artist based in the US. Her dreamscapes are populated with stunning imagery including a key hole cutout of a starry sky, and hair transformed into the branches of a summer tree. Images © Kinga Britschgi Via Behance

pixiewinksfairywhispers: A moon of delicate intricacies. ♥

"Dreamy": I like this picture because it has a cool twist on what we interpret a crescent moon to look like. I like all the different little lanterns and lights that make up the moon. It gives the moon an eerie feel to it, but also a calming feeling.

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This picture represents the element of art, space. You can really tell that the Ferris wheel is farther behind the swings at the fair or carnival. You can tell that because the swings are layered on top of the Ferris wheel.

Doris Salcedo. 1,550 wooden chairs piled high between two buildings in central Istanbul.

Doris Salcedo, Installation at International Istanbul Biennial, Salcedo's idea was to create a "topography of war"--not tied to a specific historical event, but to war in general. wooden chairs piled high between two buildings in central Istanbul.