Arte

Transforma las piedras que encuentra en la playa en pequeñas obras de arte

Stefano Furlani, de 43 años, y su joven hijo David recolectan piedras en las playas de la costa del Adriático, cerca de su casa en Fano, Italia, y luego las unen para formar animales y celebridades

domingo 11 de junio de 2017 - 8:45 am

PEBBLE PORTRAITS

Pic By Stefano Furlani/Caters News  - (Pictured: Marilyn Monroe made from pebbles.)  -  Sandy beaches are overrated. Playing with pebbles at the beach ended in a father and son creating their first masterpiece together. Italian dad, Stefano Furlani, 43, was amazed at the potential for art when his son, David started piecing together stones to create picture perfect portraits. SEE CATERS COPY.

Pic By Stefano Furlani/Caters News - (Pictured: Seahorse made from pebbles.) -  Sandy beaches are overrated. Playing with pebbles at the beach ended in a father and son creating their first masterpiece together. Italian dad, Stefano Furlani, 43, was amazed at the potential for art when his son, David started piecing together stones to create picture perfect portraits. SEE CATERS COPY.

Pic By Stefano Furlani/Caters News - (Pictured: A whale made from pebbles.) -  Sandy beaches are overrated. Playing with pebbles at the beach ended in a father and son creating their first masterpiece together. Italian dad, Stefano Furlani, 43, was amazed at the potential for art when his son, David started piecing together stones to create picture perfect portraits. SEE CATERS COPY.

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Pic By Stefano Furlani/Caters News  - (Pictured: An owl made from pebbles.) -  Sandy beaches are overrated. Playing with pebbles at the beach ended in a father and son creating their first masterpiece together. Italian dad, Stefano Furlani, 43, was amazed at the potential for art when his son, David started piecing together stones to create picture perfect portraits. SEE CATERS COPY.

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