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girls by lora mathis, an incredible comment on what it means to be a woman. The things men critique and are disgusted with to the point that we put ourselves down for the same things

Sticky tape faces, Wes Naman. I like this because it relates to beauty distortion again and I find it really interesting.

Distorted sticky tape faces

Wes Naman is currently based in New Mexico and he has created this hilarious scotch tape series. Naman has stuck layers of tape all around peoples faces giving them rather odd and funny features.

An intriguing observational drawing by Gillian Lambert that could easily fit into the Taped, Tied and Bound A2 Art exam theme.

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Self-Deception Portraits. Artist and illustrator Gillian Lambert created this series of drawings called "Self-Deception". The artist graduated from Kenyon

Mark Powell has used old envelopes to 'doodle' on, showing the evolution of reusing things to get more use out of them. The illustrations don't show the stages of growth but we can still see that this is someone who has got the most out of life and have grown to this stage in life.

Mark Powell Drawing on antique envelopes, I like the symbolism of drawing older faces on old envelopes, echoing their age and experiences and journeys. Captivating and emotive!

Contour Drawing inspired by artist Nikos Gyftakis

This is a typical physical sign of a migraine. Hands on the face protecting the head from further injury.

Wes Naman. I like how the material used can alter someone's looks.

After "Scotch Tape Portraits", photographer Wes Naman has created this twisted new series entitled "Rubber Band Portraits".

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