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  1. Sol wrote:

    Intriguing. They seem to be made out of old postcards… adding something surreal, slightly uncanny, funny, too.. there are some strange stories that begin to flicker through your mind almost immediately looking at them.
    thanks for sharing.
    xxSol

    solforsythe.wordpress.com

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  3. Colleen wrote:

    If you hadn’t said one color, I don’t think I would have even noticed because these paintings are so wonderfully dimensional. Love the Western setting as well.

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  4. Elisa wrote:

    Love them!
    Xxx
    Elisa.
    My Fantabulous World

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  5. Love the softness of image and color..
    xoxo
    Yael Guetta

    http://www.ftwwl.com

    1.22.15
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  6. zalona wrote:

    Very amazing post and inspiring blog! Keep up the great work, I’m a fan! 🙂 XO

    http://www.officialzalona.com

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  7. Eva wrote:

    Hello ! I just wanna say that is a cool discovery but the name of the artist is Paco Pomet… Unless it is a pun…

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  8. Lauren wrote:

    Gorgeous, so beautiful even wit that one colour
    Lauren
    livinginaboxx

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  9. meg wrote:

    beautiful! thanks for the introduction to this work!

    http://www.waterlilyshop.com
    @waterlilyshop

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  10. Lobke wrote:

    Wow these paintings are so beautiful! They really inspired me. Just the way he adds one color into a black and white painting. To me it looks like magic. That one color really gets the attention of the entire painting. But you still see the rest of the painting. I wish I could paint something like that. It is very unique. I have never seen something like this before. But I will remember this for my whole life. There are so many details in there. When you watch it a second or a third time you see something you didn’t see by the first time.

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