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Grayscale paintings on cardboard!

Grayscale paintings on cardboard, I think this unique way of working by the difference in materials. It will give a boldness and unique contrast by the many tines valued against the cardboard.

Jason Ratliff cardboard + white paint.

Jason Ratliff- Ratliff used cardboard and white paint as opposed to more obvious medias and it really made his portraits stand out. perhaps i need to be more experimental with media choices.

18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions - My Modern Metropolis

18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions

Self Portrait of the Artist - Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions - My Modern Metropolis Sebastian Eriksson

Picture Distortion, like the other tape on fave pictures its simple to do but a good example of distortion

Can you read my face? Artists distort faces with magazine pictures to create bizarre expressions

French artists Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson stick images of facial features cut out from fashion magazines over the models to form new facial expressions; The distortion in the face gives this person a more vibrant and fun expression.

This glitch art is very visually striking as the human face is no longer recognisable. The use of colour thoughtfully used and can also be related to the vibrancy of Vivid as it embraces the technological form. I believe by distorting the face and allowing the true form to remain unchanged can create interesting compositions for each artist as their distinctive elements can speak for themselves.

This glitch art is very visually striking as the human face is no longer recognisable. The use of colour thoughtfully used and can also be related to the vibrancy of Vivid as it embraces the technological form.

painting by kieran brent

Painting by Kieran Brent Emphasis is used to highlight the person's face, because it is blurred against the regular pallor of the persons skin. This gives a visualization of what a migraine would look like.

2009 | UN Copenhagen Climate Change conference, has released an advertising campaign featuring spliced portraits collated by photographer John Clang. Print advertisements and a stop motion short film convey the message: “6.8 billion people. One Voice."

Hopenhagen Portraits Spliced

Max Gasparini - Google Search

Painting Human figure Other - Artist Max Gasparini (Bergamo Italy). A community of arts professionals, an international contemporary art prize for emerging and mid-career artists and an online shop to buy and sell artwork.