#Fubiz Instagram Photos & Videos

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"I will fear no evil..."

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Almost blue .

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hunting clouds

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glo_omy morning 🌦

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NY

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DARK LANDS

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DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION # 224 . Day 143 of 365 . BLIND 👀 . To see you now To hear you now I can look outside myself I must examine my breath and look inside Because I feel blind, because I feel blind • • • • • • • #sveinwade #vaporwave #Photoshop #aesthetic #trippy #psychedelic #glitch #digital #abstract #adobe #edit #colorful #vividcolors #colours #surreal #instaart #visualart #designarf #hplusfave #fubiz #thetaxcollection #posterdesign #proartists #artfido #theyesuniverse #artselect #huffpostarts #graphicgang

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Wave Installation 🌊 by collective Mé⠀ Photo by @chrisconnolly#fubiz #installation #photography #art #inspiration ⠀⠀⠀ Mention @fubiz if you want to be featured on our Instagram

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Altered States No. 4

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Alone on the Beach 🌊 by @awgait#fubiz #photography #art #inspiration ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Mention @fubiz if you want to be featured on our Instagram

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Глядя в ночь, хочу сказать: не есть ночами надо - спать!! Но если гречку, то можно. (Народная мудрость )

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Morning in white concrete: Salters' Hall, Sir Basil Spence and John S Bonnington Partnership, London 1976 . The futuristically elegant columnar structure was designed for The Salters Company, an ancient livery company in the City of London. The post-blitz hall connects the seemingly polar opposites of brutalism and a 600-year-old history of ritual and tradition with unflinching aplomb and finesse. The building's exterior in white concrete and intricate, bush-hammered patterns references the building's historical links with the salt trade. . Salters' Hall was Spence's last work - he had beaten no less than modernist luminary Ludwig Mies van der Rohe to the job. But his deteriorating health meant the concept was completed by John S Bonnington Partnership. David Hicks, whose geometric patterns and lavish colour scheme were very much en vogue at the time ( think “The Shining” carpet ), was entrusted with the interior design. His most notable contributions include the honeycomb-patterned carpets and the “salt lobby” on the fifth floor. . In 2016 the Grade II-listed building was carefully refurbished and extended by De Metz Forbes Knight Architects. The London practice added a new pavilion entrance, replacing what was originally a garage. The update has been widely lauded as a success. . #heartbrut #saltershall #brutalistbeauties #concreteinlife #urbanconcrete

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mother nature in all its perfection...

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Talk to the Foot 🐇 by @hare_whisperer#fubiz #photography #art #inspiration ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Mention @fubiz if you want to be featured on our Instagram

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A wise man once said if you didn’t double tap that post you’re an asshole

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Angel Face 💛 @opheliamillaiss by @alessioalbi#fubiz #photography #art #inspiration ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Mention @fubiz if you want to be featured on our Instagram

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Além mar

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24. August 2019

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La regina della Notte

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Agur #fubiz

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gO 🔥

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