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Larger Than The LV Life

Louis Vuitton has enlisted artist Vincent Bousserez, known best for photographing miniatures in his quirky ‘Larger Than Life’ series, for their latest campaign.

When Pauline told her husband she wanted to be whisked off for the weekend, this is not what she had in mind.

When Pauline told her husband she wanted to be whisked off for the weekend, this is not what she had in mind.

Dr. John L. Tancock: Duchamp and China | Fabric Workshop and Museum | Modern Art China : Contemporary Chinese Art | Scoop.it

Ai Weiwei, Hanging Man, Clothes hanger, 39 x Courtesy of the artist.

RenauxView - Myrian Dion 2

With just a scalpel, French-Canadian artist Myriam Dion intricately cuts stained glass and lace-like designs into the front pages of international newspapers. It’s mind blowing to think how she is able to execute these stunning works of art freehand!

Unusual dresses

Ryan Yoon captures dresses made from iPads for the premier issue of Virgine Magazine. Styled by Hissa Igarashi.

Lauren Hutton

A conversation between iconic supermodel Lauren Hutton and friend Anjelica Huston about beauty, fashion and skipping sunscreen. Read the cover story.

Project 366 - 11/26/2012 - 331/366

Wedding Happy, Perspective, Miniature, Happy Marriage, Perspective Photography, Miniatures

Louis Vuitton and Vincent Bousserez.

Little People Invade Louis Vuitton : Recalling the original god of small things Slinkachu, Vincent Bousserez takes the tiny people off

Vincent Bousserez

"Larger Than Life" Series for Louis Vuitton by Vincent Bousserez

Oh, Oh, Oh- what a kicky pair of shoes.  Look rather uncomfortable, but you wouldn't notice with all the little tassels bouncing around.  From ASOS

Hippie Hippie Shake

The ASOS Hippie Shake Leather Sandals with T-Bar Pom Pom Detail aaaaaahhhhhhhh neeed to try sth like this my own

“Larger Than Life” Series for Louis Vuitton by Vincent Bousserez

"Larger Than Life" Series for Louis Vuitton by Vincent Bousserez

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Memories of tomorrow. Acrylic on canvas by Nina Nolte x 200 cm). From the series 'The best is yet to come'.

Un père photographie l’univers de son fils autiste article sur http://www.konbini.com/fr/culture/echolilia-series-autiste-timothy-archibald/

The photo series "Echolilia" began as a way for photographer Timothy Archibald to document and understand the rituals and other unusual behaviors of his fi

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