Kitoye Erasmus

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Rosa de Jong is a freelance creative from Amsterdam. She has a design studio Micro Matter, and likes to work on the development of miniature worlds and landscapes with unbelievable details.

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Micro Matter by Rosa de Jong is an ongoing series of tiny, precious worlds encased in glass. The miniature handmade buildings appear as floating islands.

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Micro Matter by Rosa de Jong is an ongoing series of tiny, precious worlds encased in glass. The miniature handmade buildings appear as floating islands.

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Artist Rosa de Jong continues to explore the spacious confines of glass test tubes by erecting impossibly small buildings, trees, and other inhabitable structures inside of them. For her series titled

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Dutch artist Rosa de Jong constructs worlds inside slender glass test tubes—each complete with micro-sized buildings, teeny tiny trees, and other structures inhabitable by nothing larger than an ant.

Graffiti artist Greg Suits (aka Suitswon) completely nailed the placement of this skull mural in New York's Greenpoint neighborhood, the giant holes work perfectly as enormous eye sockets. Photos here provided courtesy Raphael Gonzalez.

A Crumbling Building in Greenpoint Now Features a Ghoulish Skull by Suitswon Colossal Graffiti artist Greg Suits (aka Suitswon) completely nailed the placement of this skull mural in New York’s Greenpoint neighborhood, the giant holes work perfectly a

Graffiti artist Greg Suits (aka Suitswon) completely nailed the placement of this skull mural in New York's Greenpoint neighborhood, the giant holes work perfectly as enormous eye sockets. Photos here provided courtesy Raphael Gonzalez.

New York graffiti artist Suitswon turned an gaping hole in the wall of a building in Greenpoint, Brooklyn into the eyes of a colossal, grinning, gold-toothed skull mural.

Truth

People change so you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you can appreciate them when they're right, you believe lies so that you will eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall