Stumbling Into Creativity

September 17, 2015


Recently I was walking around a friends house and I stumbled upon this painting. This was done by my friend five years ago, and keeps watch over the sitting room.
The reason why I'm talking about this of course is because of the incredible spectacles that the man in the painting is wearing. Again showing us that no matter how old something may be, there can always be an element of style within it. Depending on what you stumble upon of course...


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