A few photos I took when experimenting with chopping up portraits for the Folio society project. I found rhombus or diamond shapes the most interesting when I started to pull them apart. The image of the face was transferred onto light weight paper by frottage / screenwash transfer before I stuck it down…
18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions
Growing up can be a challenge, especially in the teenage years. Some people use writing or art as a creative outlet for all the emotions they keep inside.
Photo illustrator Javier Jaén on three years of weekly work for The New York Times Magazine
Barcelona-based creative Javier Jaén spends his days illustrating the world around him. Working hand in hand with _The New Yorker_, _The Washington Post_, _Time_, Harvard University, _National Geographic_, Greenpeace, Penguin Random House, Vueling Airlines and UNESCO, for the past three years, Javier has been building a steady reputation via weekly collaborations with _The New York Times Magazine_.
Infinite Gaze of Beauty
Compared with simple eyes, compound eyes possess a very large view angle, and can detect fast movement and, in some cases, the polarisation of light. www.elenakulikova.com
Illustrations by John Holcroft | Inspiration Grid
I love the vintage look of these illustrations by UK-based artist John Holcroft. “John studied Graphic Design at Sheffield, England. It was in the mid…
Finds in Ancient Egyptian rubbish dumps inspire "world's largest archaeological project"
Academics are appealing to the public to help translate a million-object collection of papyri salvaged from rubbish dumps in Oxyrhynchus more than a century ago.