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It’s mid-october and that means all things spooky reign supreme.  Enter Jose Romussi, an artist from Chile who takes existing black and white photographs and colorfully embroiders over them to give them a deeper meaning.  On his site, he says he uses the thread to “merge different time spaces” and to give the photograph “a new interpretation of beauty“. Using images of skeletons, flowers, and explorations of connection and space, we love the flavor Romussi communicates.  Take a look below!

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