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gasoline-station:

A Forest for a Moon Dazzler in Costa Rica
by Benjamin Garcia Saxe
Benjamin Garcia Saxe: “My mom and I never had a place we could call home… I never stopped dreaming of a place where she could find happiness… She has told me that that watching the moon reminds her of me… At night the cone-like surface of her new home opens to the moon and reminds her that it is me who is holding it in space as she goes calmly to sleep.” more here.   <3
gasoline-station:

A Forest for a Moon Dazzler in Costa Rica
by Benjamin Garcia Saxe
Benjamin Garcia Saxe: “My mom and I never had a place we could call home… I never stopped dreaming of a place where she could find happiness… She has told me that that watching the moon reminds her of me… At night the cone-like surface of her new home opens to the moon and reminds her that it is me who is holding it in space as she goes calmly to sleep.” more here.   <3
gasoline-station:

A Forest for a Moon Dazzler in Costa Rica
by Benjamin Garcia Saxe
Benjamin Garcia Saxe: “My mom and I never had a place we could call home… I never stopped dreaming of a place where she could find happiness… She has told me that that watching the moon reminds her of me… At night the cone-like surface of her new home opens to the moon and reminds her that it is me who is holding it in space as she goes calmly to sleep.” more here.   <3
gasoline-station:

A Forest for a Moon Dazzler in Costa Rica
by Benjamin Garcia Saxe
Benjamin Garcia Saxe: “My mom and I never had a place we could call home… I never stopped dreaming of a place where she could find happiness… She has told me that that watching the moon reminds her of me… At night the cone-like surface of her new home opens to the moon and reminds her that it is me who is holding it in space as she goes calmly to sleep.” more here.   <3
gasoline-station:

A Forest for a Moon Dazzler in Costa Rica
by Benjamin Garcia Saxe
Benjamin Garcia Saxe: “My mom and I never had a place we could call home… I never stopped dreaming of a place where she could find happiness… She has told me that that watching the moon reminds her of me… At night the cone-like surface of her new home opens to the moon and reminds her that it is me who is holding it in space as she goes calmly to sleep.” more here.   <3

gasoline-station:

A Forest for a Moon Dazzler in Costa Rica

by Benjamin Garcia Saxe

Benjamin Garcia Saxe: “My mom and I never had a place we could call home… I never stopped dreaming of a place where she could find happiness… She has told me that that watching the moon reminds her of me… At night the cone-like surface of her new home opens to the moon and reminds her that it is me who is holding it in space as she goes calmly to sleep.” more here.   <3

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cross-connect:

Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 
cross-connect:

Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 
cross-connect:

Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 
cross-connect:

Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 
cross-connect:

Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 
cross-connect:

Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 
cross-connect:

Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 

cross-connect:

Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions.