Dresses, stitched by children drawings

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There are many companies that produce toys by the children’s drawings, so that the kids have the opportunity not only to talk with their imaginary friends, but also to sleep with him.

One mother of two children, Jaimee Newberry came to a brilliant idea to sew a dress for her daughter on the basis of her own design. It became a hit among friends of the girls and their parents, so Jamie decided to do this on a larger scale.

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Realistic boards by Ivan Hu

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Singaporean artist Ivan Hu set a goal to maximize the realism of his drawings. As the canvas for paintings he uses a wooden plank. Pastel paints, and done so well that sometimes you can not immediately clear is it the real object, or painted.

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Drawings on packages for school lunch

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Graphic designer and illustrator Brian Dunn for the past two years, every day decorates paper bags for school lunch. Imagine how impatiently classmates meet the artist’s son in school.

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City tales

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Italian illustrator Giulia Pex gives life to her imagination with pen drawings on black and white photographs. Her world is full of dragons, princesses, and monsters. We love her world. It is very similar to the one in which all of us, from childhood, would like to live.

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Portraits on recycled matchbooks

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Artist and expert miniaturist Jason D’Aquino creates his teeny-tiny realistic drawings on found objects, such as ledgers, leaflets, vintage calendars and papers. But his series on 1950s and ’60s matchbooks are most impressive. Using a magnifying glass, the artist sketches detailed pop culture icons from days passed on recycled materials, often only a few inches in size!

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