Paintings Of Germany’s Players celebrating its World Cup Victory by Kim Christensen (7 Pictures)

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Die Künstlerin Kim Christensen aka apfelgriebs aus Meerbusch drückt ihre immense Freude über den Titelgewinn unserer WM-Elf in Brasilien auf äußerst kreative Weise aus. Euphorisiert vom großartigen Triumph der deutschen Kicker verewigte die 24 jährige in einem atemberaubenden Tempo ihre und unsere Helden wie Mario Götze, Toni Kroos, Matz Hummels oder WM-Rekordtorschütze Miroslav Klose in großartigen Gemälden. Wir haben ihre WM-Artworks direkt hier unten für Euch, weitere sehenswerte Arbeiten der Künstlerin gibt es hier zu begutachten. Enjoy:

Excited about Germany’s World Cup win, Kim Christensen has come up with some fantastic paintings of the players who helped make this victory possible. Lovingly illustrated with beautiful colors, Christiansen captures the dynamism that helped Germany win the coveted trophy.

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