Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells. It all comes down to patterns... texture, colour and pattern inspiration #design

Memory can be aided through beauty because it stimulates and encourages memory. 'Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells' emphasises Patterns, texture, colour and can even evoke pattern inspiration.

Sonja Baumel, 2009 | Knitted gloves representing the bacteria covering human skin

What Katie Did: Fashion, Art and Science. Merging fashion with science, Baumel has decided to create a visual reminder of the bacteria that our bodies are covered in.

black-white-madness:  Madness:  “Bye” by Antonio Mora

LINE Antonio Mora The jagged, fractured lines that are over the image create a sense of disarray and lack of order. The photo clearly represents a break in a relationship (of some sort). Through the use of line, the image feels broken also.

Nature's Artwork - colourful rust surface pattern inspiration with cracked & peeling textures - weathered surfaces; artistic erosion

Nature's Artwork - colourful rust surface pattern inspiration with cracked & peeling textures - weathered surfaces; artistic erosion Looks like the growth of bacteria

Petrol by bgrubisic  (I once did a watercolor painting based on gasoline on water)

Christiane Wyler an artist, painter and designer she's painted on silk using mixed media like textured surfaces to combine colour. she says colour is life.

Judy Wise, a wonderful mixed media & encaustic artist, cut this stencil from a photo of her family.  Fantastic!

"Judy Wise, a wonderful mixed media & encaustic artist, cut this stencil from a photo of her family." Great way to use a layer to a stencil.

Veruschka, The first photo I saw from Richard Avedon. I fell in love with his work immediately.

Veruschka Von Lehndorff Photo Richard Avedon Veruschka, dress by Bill Blass, New York, January 1967 Photo Richard Avedon

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This is a photo by Henri Carier-Bresson I like this one becaue it has a leading line angle in and I like the way how he took this picture looking up spiral stairs with people popping their heads up,

desmemórias - lucas simões This is a perfect Inspiration for the GCSE question on Disguises

Experiments in Photography by Lucas Simões

UNPORTRAIT BY LUCAS CHIMELLO SIMÕES Brazilian artist Lucas Chimello Simões creates cut-outs by stacking layers of the same photo and then cutting shapes out to create a collage effect.

Maurizio Anzeri This is a perfect Inspiration for the GCSE question on Disguises

'maurizio anzeri: makeup art or embroidered portraits' - evelyne politanoff, 2012 [huffington post article + series of maurizio anzeri images]

An artist known as 'Lara Lisa' created this piece of art called 'Crazy Woman'.  This image is photographed, both of the girl and the image of the street which is replacing her face. This image relates to the 'openings' theme because the street is of an opening - it also links in with 'disguise' as her face is disguised by a street and the edit makes it seem as though she's holding the picture over her face to hide it. Photoshop has been used to create this whole image.

Crazy Woman - Lisa Lara Bella by Marko Köppe. S) Forms of diffrent objects that construct (replace) face features. Combination of black and white photo image and bright colors of collage objects

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