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Samuel Masters for Art-Sheep

When some people go for a walk they snack, others listen to music and others, like photographer Mysha Islam, apparently arrange and capture little art scenes with their camera. The artist first noticed and developed an interest in the different patterns and colors of the road, that she eventually decided to use as a canvas for her impromptu photo-shoots.

Using chalk to draw playful sketches, as well as, various ordinary objects, along with people or her cat, the photographer’s spontaneous works are colorful, creative and lots of fun. “All of my concepts are spontaneous and the photos are taken mostly on daily basis. I just poured my imagination with chalks and stuffs on the street of Bangladesh”, she explains.

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