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Alexey Menschikov is an artist and photographer from Russia. His street art style is simple and funny, incorporating elements like pipes, cracks in the sidewalk and also, a lot of drawing often inspired by cartoon and pop culture characters.

Retro telephones - not so long ago these were so normal although it does feel like forever!

Add style to any room in the house with a vintage phone from DST UK. Whether it's a American Diner phone you're looking for or a vintage rotary phone, we've got an incredible collection of styles and colours to suit everyone.

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Heroine, 2015.Photography, special fx makeup, and photo manipulation by Leyla MitchellThis work explores the paradox between fashion advertising as a dangerous proponent of unrealistic standards, and as a mode for ordinary people to transcend the banality of life through an imaginative art form. Avant garde makeup and fashion photography in Vogue, such as the work of Irving Penn, blurs the boundaries between art and advertisement, and becomes too bizarre to be believable, while still…

Heroine, 2015.Photography, special fx makeup, and photo manipulation by Leyla MitchellThis work explores the paradox between fashion advertising as a dangerous proponent of unrealistic standards, and as a mode for ordinary people to transcend the banality of life through an imaginative art form. Avant garde makeup and fashion photography in Vogue, such as the work of Irving Penn, blurs the boundaries between art and advertisement, and becomes too bizarre to be believable, while still…