Use flower heads of different shapes as stamps to make cool watercolour style abstract flower print shapes on cards, paper, or fabric.

use flower heads or leaves of different shapes as stamps to make cool watercolor style abstract flower print shapes on card , paper and fabric- great for all sorts of art and crafts

Use Burnt up Matchsticks and paste them on a cardboard to make a DIY boho. its very easy and economic also.

DIY Boho

DIY cardboard and burnt matches snowflake decor. Cut out cardboard snowflake shape

PHOTOGRAPHY AND PAINT PORTRAITS -   Philippine artist Janus Miralles makes very beautiful abstract portraits by mixing photography and paint as a way to create. Often in black and white, faces are erased with a certain darkness, as if they were burnt.

Photography And Paint Portraits

PHOTOGRAPHY AND PAINT PORTRAITS - Philippine artist Janus Miralles makes very beautiful abstract portraits by mixing photography and paint as a way to create. Often in black and white, faces are erased with a certain darkness, as if they were burnt.

Will I deny myself your Delicate fingers running through my fur. The sound of your kiss between my velvety ears will content me just fine. So sit with me my saviour in life for you saw the light in my dark. Teeth and claws and powerful jaws yes, my dear you are fooled. For I am the wolf and I wish for one thing, well in fact I don't not need to wish. Because inside my eyes you're as blue as the skies and you will not deny me my needs. So stare not at my jaws or your blood on my claws because…

FOX is an experiment photography and illustration (not Photoshop) series.Photo by Valeria Trasatti and illustration by Manuel Fazzini.

pEOPLE cAN oNLY tAKE sO mUCH cRITICISM bEFORE tHEY lOSE cONTROL cOMPLETELY. sCARS aRE lEFT aND tHE dEFINITE iMAGE oF THE pERSON yOU kNEW iS tORN tO sHREDS rIGHT bEFORE yOUR eYES aND yOU cAN dO nOTHING aBOUT iT

loving the really rough texture of this Artist: KwangHo Shin; Charcoal, Drawing untitled charcoal on canvas love KwangHo Shin

this picture is surreal because it is showing a teen loosing pieces from his face. This shows that he is either dying or falling apart. I choose this picture because it is the most satisfying and surreal one i could find. - Jorge Figueroa Block D.

18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions

Charcoal.

Smudginess of charcoal near-perfectly captures the fading, washed out mascara. Additionally, the simple addition of lines help give form to the face of a woman using positive/negative space.

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