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Maps are an interesting motif of a journey,however I think they add too much business in a lot of pieces,and so detail has to be cut out of the subject,such as tone and shadowing in this piece shown. It represents a physical journey throughout a place, and provides a detailed canvas,however I do not think I would carry this idea forward to a final piece.

New maps illustrations by Ed Fairburn

Incredible New Portraits Carved from Old Military Maps - Stafford Lane by Ed Fairburn via My Modern Metropolis

Tree, Line by Zander Olsen. These works involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint.

Global warming is the biggest threat to our world today. Species are endangered and habitats are destroyed because of the huge carbon output of human industries and activities each year.

Illustrations by Wenqing Yan

Illustrations by US based arist Wenqing Yan. Wenqing is a Practice of Art major at UC Berkeley with a focus on environmentalism and cyber activism. She specializes in digital art but also enjoy traditional watercolor, sculpting, and origami.

I like the aesthetic of cutting out an image and placing it in all different places. This could connect to my theme as it could represent how children how been misplaced and changed over generations.

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McCor's first attempt at transforming a traditionally well-recognised London landmark - Big Ben - happened earlier this year, using a paper watch strap to obscure the clock face

London artist has transformed the capital's sights using cut outs

Rich McCor, aged has turned the London Eye into a bicycle and Big Ben into a watch - all thanks to intricately designed, hand-crafted paper cut outs.

Auto Aerobics and other Digital Art by Chris Labrooy

Tales of Auto Elasticity & Auto Aerobics by Chris Labrooy

This is an art installation in UK, called "Sneaker Tectonic." Done by artist Chris Labrooy. Looks like a monumental-scale sculpture of enormous stacked sneakers, but is actually an incredibly convincing graphic.


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