The Frontal Lobe controlls emotions like the ones shown here in "Emotions of Color"

The Frontal Lobe controls emotions like the ones shown here in "Emotions of Color" - Feng Shui. Amazingly depressing range of color thoughts, fuck that, every color rocks!

Question: Fragments - you could take multiple photos, reassemble them and then draw/paint or use mixed media?

Brno Del Zou Take multiple photos, cut them into different sized fragments and reassemble them in odd places that still work.

Question: Fragments - you could take multiple photos, reassemble them and then draw/paint or use mixed media?

Brno Del Zou Take multiple photos, cut them into different sized fragments and reassemble them in odd places that still work.

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The multiple faces with different emotions all suggest mental disorders such as multiple personalities, bipolar of schizophrenia. This works well with my theme of humans, emotions and mental issues

Neon paintings by Yago Hortal... SO GOOD

Neon paintings by Yago Hortal. SO GOOD ^ I can imagine based on the texture and brush strokes that it was more "felt" than it was thought out as the artist created it.

"What is Schizophrenia? Definition, Types and Symptoms of Schizophrenia"

What is Schizophrenia? Definition, Types and Symptoms of Schizophrenia

Collage/ merging images to create chaos - War/ distruction

ucla los angeles times sept 4 by neo innov - Amazing Portrait Illustrations by Florian Nicolle

Fragments - you could take multiple photos, reassemble them and then draw/paint or use mixed media?

Arnhem's Fashion Talent

This is a montage from a Elle fashion magazine. I like the idea of taking fragments of photos and combining them to form a peculiar piece of art. I wish to use this to form a portrait myself.

Week 5 Eduardo Hemrietta Harris 2006 Aukland. Distorted Face- Coloured Pencil Really like the realistic look and use of work to create a blurred image, loose line work upon more detailed shading created a clean aesthetic

Deconstructed Portraits by Henrietta Harris

by artist henrietta harris Emphasis by contrast-we know what a normal face looks like. All is well until the face shifts to the right creating a focal point. The first thing you would say you noticed about this painting is that the face is off centered.


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