Love Notes

15 Artworks

When you can’t find the words. A collection of works inspired by that famous four letter word.

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Blue pencil by Giulia Palombino
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Untitled (that same feeling already / you won?t believe this) by Alyson Provax
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The Farewell by RF. Alvarez
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With hopes to win your soul by Xochi Solis
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Backbend to the Right (pink, blue and green) by Dana Bell
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Lost by Jessica Haye & Clark Hsiao
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Beachgoer by Jessica Sinks
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BODY LANGUAGE III (Neutral Stone) by Caroline Walls
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Sensual Repertoire by Angel Oloshove
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Amor by RF. Alvarez
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Kissing, Little Licking, and No Biting by Hyun Jung Ahn
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Love Is Strange by Liesl Pfeffer
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The Couple by Maria de la O Garrido
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Heart by Jessica Haye & Clark Hsiao
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Mara and Alex, Jamaica Plain by Nick Meyer

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