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Screen Shot 2013-06-30 at 2.45.13 PMAgnes Cecile / Silvia Pelissero can take credit for me losing hours of productivity to the suck hole that is her YouTube channel.

She’s got 20 mesmerizingly gorgeous-beautiful slow-mo vids of her f*cking fantastic watercolour painting.

No doubt Silvia is influencing a whole generation of painters to flow, splash, puddle and drip their way to beauty.


The Evidence:

Just try to not watch it.

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More Wonder:

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*so good*
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