By NIELLY FRANCOISE Steph, we really should go to like an art exhibit or galleria. I really love seeing art and I can tell you do too:)) @sjlogan

By NIELLY FRANCOISE Steph, we really should go to like an art exhibit or galleria. I really love seeing art and I can tell you do too:)) Ellie Br

portrait, modern art, block color, illustration, portrait

Deconstructed Portraits by Henrietta Harris

"Isn't it strange that we talk least about the things we think about most?" - Charles Lindbergh artwork by Henrietta Harris Illustration

Portraits On Maps

Portraits On Maps

funny-maps-portrait-painting-faces-texturess maybe im a fangirl but this reminds me of Gaea in the heroes of Olympus series

Director Portraits by Julian Rentzsch & Stellavie

Illustration inspiration

Retratos de diretores do cinema por Julian Rentzsch e Stellavie/Director Portraits by Julian Rentzsch & Stellavie

Double Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora  L’artiste espagnol Antonio Mora fait portraits de femmes et d’hommes en double exposition d’éléments naturels : des vagues, des paysages montagneux ou des animaux et plantes viennent se juxtaposer aux visages des modèles. Ses portraits sensuels et élégants sont à découvrir en images.

Double Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora

Surreal pieces of Art by Antonio Mora, a Spain-based artist who spent several years working as an art director in the industry. Mora — now a full-time artist — describes himself as someone who creates.

Portrait emotion overlays

I really like this photo as it is not just disguising the person themselve but it is also disguising emotion that the girl is feeling. It almost gives the impression of an explosion of feeling and emotion. It can also present the feeling of insanity.

Not Enough - projected words such as "Not good enough", "not smart enough", and "not pretty enough" onto her skin using a simple classroom projector.

Not Enough - projected words such as "Not good enough", "not smart enough", and "not pretty enough" onto her skin using a simple classroom projector.

Remnants by Greg Sand is a series that i find quite creepy but at the same time moving. He weaves together 3 images of a person from different points in there life to create a portrait of a person who has passed on. When you look at the images you can see flashes of youth in parts of the portrait but in others u see a tired frail person. I think this idea is extremely strange but i do like it.

Remnants by Greg Sand. He weaves together 3 images of a person from different points in their life. (Textiles/ intro to fashwk task/ weaving- could use dd photos)

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