Elisa Di Liberato

Elisa Di Liberato

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Elisa Di Liberato
Altre idee da Elisa
cores

cores

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Use of lines www.lab333.com www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863 http://www.lab333style.com https://instagram.com/lab_333 http://lablikes.tumblr.com www.pinterest.com/labstyle

I'm working on this design. I'm using silver grey thread instead of black

I'm working on this design. I'm using silver grey thread instead of black

Catherine Martin - deco collection rugs ... amazing manly and refined dressing room

Catherine Martin - deco collection rugs ... amazing manly and refined dressing room

Manggadih - Multipurpose PowerPoint Template

Manggadih - Multipurpose PowerPoint Template

He escogido este pin cómo referente de cara a las diferentes posibilidades de wireframes que podemos encontrarnos en las webs.

He escogido este pin cómo referente de cara a las diferentes posibilidades de wireframes que podemos encontrarnos en las webs.

Tapestry no. 7: The Unicorn in captivity (detail: flowers) | New York City, Metropolitan Museum, The Cloisters The Unicorn Tapestries on “the hunt of the unicorn” Series of 7 Flemish tapestries from around 1500 CE

Tapestry no. 7: The Unicorn in captivity (detail: flowers) | New York City, Metropolitan Museum, The Cloisters The Unicorn Tapestries on “the hunt of the unicorn” Series of 7 Flemish tapestries from around 1500 CE

MATERIAL DESIGN EXHIBITION

MATERIAL DESIGN EXHIBITION

Sequential Magazine Concept Design by Brandon Nickerson - The Design Blog

Sequential Magazine Concept Design by Brandon Nickerson - The Design Blog

Agrona was a Welsh and Anglo-Celtic Goddess of Slaughter and War often equated with the Morrigan. Though her name bears the root of the modern English word 'agronomy', the name for the scientific study of land cultivation, no evidence of her as a harvest/fertility Goddess can be found today.

Agrona was a Welsh and Anglo-Celtic Goddess of Slaughter and War often equated with the Morrigan. Though her name bears the root of the modern English word 'agronomy', the name for the scientific study of land cultivation, no evidence of her as a harvest/fertility Goddess can be found today.