#11. Use spray paint to make easy wall art! -- 29 Cool Spray Paint Ideas That Will Save You A Ton Of Money

29 Easy Spray Paint Ideas That Will Save You A Ton Of Money

Loving this Two Step Wrapped Canvas on #zulily! #zulilyfinds

Two Step Wrapped Canvas zulilyfinds. Oh my goodness. Do you see the puppy in the picture? Bright colors AND a puppy?

Maps are an interesting motif of a journey,however I think they add too much business in a lot of pieces,and so detail has to be cut out of the subject,such as tone and shadowing in this piece shown. It represents a physical journey throughout a place, and provides a detailed canvas,however I do not think I would carry this idea forward to a final piece.

New maps illustrations by Ed Fairburn

Incredible New Portraits Carved from Old Military Maps - Stafford Lane by Ed Fairburn via My Modern Metropolis

Airplane Window paintings by Jim Darling. Aerial views of landscapes from airplane windows.

Airplane Window paintings by Jim Darling. Aerial views of landscapes from airplane windows. i want to use finger print if I use this idea because the shape fits perfectly with that of the aero plane window

Think I may have a go at making these but using maps of places that are important to us.

DIY Dapper Deco Wedding in Raleigh, North Carolina

Embroidered Perfection: The Art of Shaun Kardinal

Embroidered postcards of landscapes WHO? American Artist Shaun Cardinal WHY? Cross curricular link with stitch, interesting idea of doing a series of piece using a different geometric pattern each time.

Get a city you like or enjoy visiting Draw stuff which reminds you of the city Print photos of your favourite parts of the city Draw food of the city

art journal: moje chaotyczne miasto {art journal: my chaotic city}

art journal: moje chaotyczne miasto {art journal: my chaotic city} Create your own version using primary images about Croydon/London/city you have visited

"The Eiffel Tower" - from the Collective Snapshots series | Photographer: Pep Ventosa - http://www.pepventosa.com

Landmarks Layered into a Collective Memory

The Collective Snapshot by Spanish Photographer: Pep Ventosa. The Collective Snapshot is actually a series of photographs where images “blend together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we’ve been and the things we’ve seen.

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