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Saatchi Gallery
Vincent Laforet's series ‘Sin City‘ takes the viewer 8,799 feet above the brightly lit-up Las Vegas strip pic.twitter.com/T1ZJWIzdqH
Happy Birthday to Ernst Haas, who bridged the gap betw photojournalism & using photography as a medium for creativity pic.twitter.com/P3x9gPPnoH
Evgeny Kazantsev presents a #surreal look at what our surroundings might look like following extreme weather changes pic.twitter.com/ULpChKHqTW
Cristóbal Pérez García’s paints highly trafficked urban metropolis from the vantage point of the pedestrian pic.twitter.com/y7caoFRNJu
John Tenniel, English illustrator of Lewis Carroll’s 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', was #bornonthisday in 1820! pic.twitter.com/zoBPkSd5Bj
The Gallery is closed tomorrow, so the last chance to see Post Pop: East Meets West is this Sunday, Monday & Tuesday! pic.twitter.com/qNbWwCoQQG
Washington-based #artist Beth Cavener Stichter sculpts emotion-filled animals from clay pic.twitter.com/andvIxTEb7
The Drents Museum performs a CT scan on a 1,000-yr-old Buddha Statue revealing a mummified monk hidden inside pic.twitter.com/47CiYbxNEb
Check out this dinosaur origami by origami artist & chemistry teacher Adam Tram pic.twitter.com/dVA7C5w4D5
Photographer Laurent Chéhère sends French houses flying in his ongoing airborne architecture series pic.twitter.com/rZZ6azIbjM
Artist Victor Solomon handcrafts basketball backboards from stained glass & jewels in his series 'Literally Balling' pic.twitter.com/CXxgpyZ2g3
Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir was #bornonthisday in 1841. We love his painting 'La Grenouillere', 1869 pic.twitter.com/SGiLIa589f
Paolo Pettigiani photographs his hometown of Avigliana, Italy using an infrared filter on his camera pic.twitter.com/AdFHDrdmEi
Inspired by the season, this is 'Winter, Kragero', 1912, by Edvard Munch pic.twitter.com/QfvPjI4AgV
Matt Emmett beautifully captures abandoned spaces & places across Northern Europe in his series 'Forgotten Heritage‘ pic.twitter.com/1HojZOc74p
Ready for a big thaw? This is 'Winter Landscape (Thaw)', by Aleksey Savrasov, 1890 pic.twitter.com/l8E9xQThMg
UK artist Kendra Haste creates faithful reproductions of animals working with layers of chicken wire pic.twitter.com/2XO3H2UyLx
Joshua Nowicki photographed this strange phenomenon on the shores of St. Joseph, Michigan last week pic.twitter.com/aegOUifWaI
Happy Friday! This is René Magritte's 'A Friend of Order', 1964 pic.twitter.com/a3JKI1H5ky
Brooklyn-based Dustin Yellin creates 3,000 pound multi-dimensional collages between multiple layers of glass pic.twitter.com/PdxBQjtot2
Italian filmmaker & documentarist Sandro Bocci shoots aquatic wildlife under ultraviolet light pic.twitter.com/9eJaOfBv8A
Check out this surreal photomanipulation by Erik Johansson pic.twitter.com/WyVuU13aN0
“I long so much to make beautiful things." —Vincent van Gogh #ArtistQuotes pic.twitter.com/IYeJaoIM9v
Spotted: Victoria Beckham and her boys walking around our #PostPop exhibition.
#Photographer Justin Poulsen sent a literal interpretation of the thumb drive for his 2015 promotional mailer pic.twitter.com/rKrNtsSOh1
This is 'Winter Landscape with Skaters and a Bird Trap’ by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1565) pic.twitter.com/hgmopSbjPI
We love 'The Drum Bridge and Yuhi Hill at Meguro' by Hiroshige (1857) pic.twitter.com/SR4NgiaaZa
New York-based photographer Sophie Gamand captures comical portraits of hairless #dogs pic.twitter.com/tpzCg8wTtq
Jarred Decker captured this view of North Falls in Silver Falls, Oregon that looks uncannily like an eyeball pic.twitter.com/JZMSpB6Dwq
Photographer Pierre Carreau’s high-speed photos capture waves that appear frozen in time pic.twitter.com/QLQtaMLB2m
Is everyone ready for a night of love? This is Max Ernst's ‘A Night of Love’, 1927 pic.twitter.com/ibpQhghBeR
Happy #Valentines Day! We love Gustav Klimt's ‘The Kiss’, 1908 pic.twitter.com/gc9kiaJ9Vo
This is Rene Magritte's ‘The Song of Love’, 1948 pic.twitter.com/b8mvIi6YfP
Need inspiration for Valentine's Day? Check out Joan Miró's ‘Swallow, Love’, 1934 pic.twitter.com/H4xSu8GLzT
Artist Levalet injects humour into the streets of Paris with his site-specific #streetart pic.twitter.com/vvuJ7ZOfHh
German artist Max Beckmann was #bornonthisday in 1884. We love his ‘Self-portrait with Champagne Glass', 1919 pic.twitter.com/zfZrCrZsXl
Anish Kapoor installs a perpetual whirlpool of black water in a gallery floor at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale pic.twitter.com/zDn37KL5kj
Italian Futurist painter Carlo Carrà was #bornonthisday in 1881. This is his 'Portrait Of Marinetti'. pic.twitter.com/ed1Gjeie6P
Vital Arts commissioned artists to liven up the Royal London Children’s Hospital. This is Ward 7D by Morag Myerscough pic.twitter.com/5DPgC067Ev
Artist Duy Huynh creates poetic acrylic paintings inspired by ancient folklore, comic books, film, & music pic.twitter.com/mh7LDHQE8P
Photographer Vincent Laforet recently soared 7,500 ft in a helicopter above NYC to capture breathtaking aerial photos pic.twitter.com/qOn0yUouO9
We love this shot from the 2015 Ice Festival in China pic.twitter.com/bDLZOj1Mpl
Photographer Brad Wilson captures stunning up-close portraits of owls pic.twitter.com/0c0UJVyhtn
Street artist iHeart mocks our social-media-obsessed culture pic.twitter.com/03nF0qukQ9
This unbelievable Finnish #landscape was captured by self-taught photographer Mikko Lagerstedt pic.twitter.com/00yJLvafgN
France-based Boom-Art teamed up with UWL Surfboard to create limited-edition surfboards inspired by European artworks pic.twitter.com/an8yTpiwwM
Turkish graphic designer & electrical engineer Tolga Girgin experiments with #calligraphy that jumps off each page pic.twitter.com/dwjaLvzVAF
"I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers." - Claude Monet #ArtistQuotes pic.twitter.com/kpUGR8e1ZD
Fernand Léger was #bornonthisday in 1881. Here is his 'Les Fumeurs (The Smokers)', 1911-12 pic.twitter.com/FihVygZLiv
Check out Israeli ceramicist Ronit Baranga‘s tableware which incorporates realistic-looking mouths pic.twitter.com/8teivZGfd7