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I like how they stuck down the actual photo of the person they were drawing and made the eyes and lower faces look pixilated

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

a level art sketchbook page, beautiful in its simplicity: devoid of superfluous decoration, a dedicated and committed student learning a technique from an artist and then carefully applying this to original artwork

Ripped photos by Jacob a.k.a. Mailbomb

Ripped photos by Jacob a. Mailbomb Maybe an idea for the mental illnesses and feelings project : have the rip from cut marks and underneath write words like irk mean ones?

Faceless.

Covert Strategies: "Only to the extent that we pay attention to and think meaningfully and elaborately about new information will we be able to effectively remember, apply, and in other ways benefit from our learning experiences" (Pg.

Interior vs. Exterior- what lies beneath against what we see on top, could be interesting with how you view yourself and how others view you

Relationship between life and death. inside, outside: No information about this but it is two different photographs put together to create a half skull, half face image. That heavily relates to the theme of inside, outside and in between.

Self conflict. Expressing emotions through song lyrics This is a perfect Inspiration for the GCSE question on Disguises

Self conflict. Expressing emotions through song lyrics This is a perfect Inspiration for the GCSE question on Disguises. Add dripping wax etc like you did with your textured canvas.

Love this style of faceless art

Can't Get It Out Of My Head is an intriguingly playful series by French photographer Emmanuelle Brisson. The curious collection of unusually amusing p

"Invisible" Kyle Thompson is a photographer from Chicago, Illinois. Currently in Portland Photos are usually taken in abandoned houses and forests. Style - surreal conceptual photography

"Invisible" Kyle Thompson is a photographer from Chicago, Illinois. Currently in Portland Photos are usually taken in abandoned houses and forests.

Mirror art

woman-holding-mirror-on-grass-reflection. self-portrait of photographer Laura Williams, an artist from Cambridge, UK. The mirror illusion was achieved in post-production using Photoshop with the idea of being ‘invisible’ or ‘transparent’.

I can't give it up, for someone else's touch. I care too much.

Illusion: I like the idea of distorting the face to create more emotion. Her hands unsuccessfully covering her face offers more meaning than the photo would hold without them.

Drawing a frame of a moment. In this exercise go to either a person/place that is important to you and draw a fragment of it using paper, pens/markers, and so on. I would like to do this because I think it helps give you perspective, because you can hold it up and see what you've created vs. what is already there. If you do a person you can have them hold it up to their face. Otherwise, you can hold it yourself and then take a picture so you can remember the moment.

Drawing a frame of a moment. In this exercise go to either a person/place that is important to you and draw a fragment of it using paper, pens/markers, and so on. I would like to do this because I think it helps give you perspective, because you can hold it up and see what you've created vs. what is already there. If you do a person you can have them hold it up to their face. Otherwise, you can hold it yourself and then take a picture so you can remember the moment.

We all hide behind a mask

Sketchbook or journal idea: I am always thinking, writing and working with images. Fun to think of writing inside the female face, kind of like thinking inside the lines