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slashTHREE Art Pack 10 - World Exhibition II
On the first glance of things, one would not believe what slashTHREE has become: a haven for every artists aspiring to achieve something special. The variety of elements is astounding and almost unbelievable. Different people, different beliefs, different dreams, different hopes and different personalities. For slashTHREE's tenth art release, we'd like to underline the harmonious result of those elements. Not the melting pot, but a beautiful mosaic of art pieces ranging from various cultures, religions and nationalities. Ladies and gentlemen, gaze your eyes upon slashTHREE's "World Exhibition II"!
As part of the release of "World Exhibition II", slashTHREE would like to underline the impressive dedication and hard work of Zach Bush (alias zbush) as this release's featured artist. Zach uses his varied style to impress viewers by incorporating superior skill with a brilliant imagination. The results can be seen in each of the three submissions in "World Exhibition II", and, if you can't be bothered to look, the results is absolutely outstanding in both their flawless complexities and their imaginative themes that always seem to be as interesting as the masterpieces themselves.
As of this release, slashTHREE is nearing 5000 members which is a remarkable feat for an independent art group site with limited content! slashTHREE would like to thank all our members for sticking around and witnessing potential transform into pure and raw skill and we're more than excited to have our members along with us as things just get better and better! Stay tuned and stay active because slashTHREE has tons of excitement in store for the summer!
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