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Free Vector Children Silhouettes

Free Vector Children Silhouettes

SPORT IN ONE LINE The power of simplicity. Extract the most essential thing of an elements Credit: Differantly Studio Paris #oneline#oneliners#art#artistic#sketch#sketchbook#drawing#illustration#artinstallation#whataninspiration#inspiration#morning

SPORT IN ONE LINE The power of simplicity. Extract the most essential thing of an elements Credit: Differantly Studio Paris #oneline#oneliners#art#artistic#sketch#sketchbook#drawing#illustration#artinstallation#whataninspiration#inspiration#morning

Cool pic for my mum and Frank

Cool pic for my mum and Frank

Alexander Archipenko

Alexander Archipenko

Ballerina on point — Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist

Ballerina on point — Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist

HitKu — by Martin Debenham

HitKu — by Martin Debenham

Alexander Calder, Policeman, circa 1928

Alexander Calder, Policeman, circa 1928

Man cave decor for the boss man. Golf club sunburst DIY

Man cave decor for the boss man. Golf club sunburst DIY

Siluetas de golf. Athletic, atleta. Bolsa de golf. Tee, carro de Golf.

Siluetas de golf. Athletic, atleta. Bolsa de golf. Tee, carro de Golf.

The Open Championship. Let's start here with the portrait style that makes the golfer feel small in the picture's entirety. The fading sunset, or rising sun, gives the viewer a sense of peace. Golfers will always find a way to get that round in, be it as early or as late as possible. The sky and dark lighting make it feel like there are two parts to this picture. My favorite part is catching the golfer in his follow through and the blades of grass kicking up from hitting the ball.

The Open Championship. Let's start here with the portrait style that makes the golfer feel small in the picture's entirety. The fading sunset, or rising sun, gives the viewer a sense of peace. Golfers will always find a way to get that round in, be it as early or as late as possible. The sky and dark lighting make it feel like there are two parts to this picture. My favorite part is catching the golfer in his follow through and the blades of grass kicking up from hitting the ball.