wtfclub
wtfclub
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comeonputonyourwarpaint:

flloutby:

nostalgic4disaster:

hey patrick

it makes a plaid pattern. it’s in his soul.

oh my fucking god
comeonputonyourwarpaint:

flloutby:

nostalgic4disaster:

hey patrick

it makes a plaid pattern. it’s in his soul.

oh my fucking god
comeonputonyourwarpaint:

flloutby:

nostalgic4disaster:

hey patrick

it makes a plaid pattern. it’s in his soul.

oh my fucking god
comeonputonyourwarpaint:

flloutby:

nostalgic4disaster:

hey patrick

it makes a plaid pattern. it’s in his soul.

oh my fucking god
comeonputonyourwarpaint:

flloutby:

nostalgic4disaster:

hey patrick

it makes a plaid pattern. it’s in his soul.

oh my fucking god
comeonputonyourwarpaint:

flloutby:

nostalgic4disaster:

hey patrick

it makes a plaid pattern. it’s in his soul.

oh my fucking god
comeonputonyourwarpaint:

flloutby:

nostalgic4disaster:

hey patrick

it makes a plaid pattern. it’s in his soul.

oh my fucking god
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naovivosemmusica:

A cara típica do “Já vi no tumblr”
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cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
cross-connect:

Federico Hurtado
Artist and architect  Federico Hurtado (b. 1961, Buenos Aires)  lives and works in San Isidro, Argentina. Using old book covers as a canvas for his often wittily titled collages, he manually cuts and pastes images from late 1800s and early 1900s publications to create a wonderfully whimsical world of gentle hues and strange goings on. He also uses found objects to make assemblages of Joseph Cornell-like boxes and to create sculptures and “constructions”.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/federico2011/
http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/federico-hurtado/
http://the22blog.com/2012/01/09/federico-hurtado/
Selected by Andrew
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boriggos:

Boa tarde, São Paulo! #afternoon #SaoPaulo #saturday (em Avenida Paulista)
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