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Portraits on maps by Ed Fairburn | Brain's Sparks #portrait #map #art

Map Portraits: Ed Fairburn uses intricate details of maps to outline various human features. He spends months crosshatching faces hidden within topographical features.

Telesterion - I love this artist! Chris Kenny is a British artist known for his three-dimensional ‘drawings’ and collage-constructions made from fragments of maps, strips of found text, or even twigs mounted on pins. It's worth your time to check out this link and view his other work. sjh http://www.englandgallery.com/artist_group.php?mainId=51

three-dimensional constructions made from map fragments Chris Kenny

tiny town

tiny town

LiekEric

LiekEric - White wood village This reminds me of how the elf homes are described.

Scraps of thread, fabric and paper are stitched and pulled into fairytale creatures looking for new owners and worlds to inhabit. They hide in the woods, behind masks, some have died along the way and are buried under spoon lockets. Finch works alone and makes everything himself by hand in a studio full of books, glass jars and naughty cats.

the magical land of Mister Finch, textile art

'Florin' by Mister Finch from his Anthropologie 'Familiars' exhibition

and this is 'Florin'.

Fairytale Paper Dress Paper Sculpture by MalenaValcarcel on Etsy

Livre de contes de fées robe Sculpture en par MalenaValcarcel I like the way bits grow/curl upwards from this like tendrils of plants.

Mister Finch

Textile creations using recycled materials by artist Mister Finch based in Leeds, England.

wire and chicken wire fairy this piece has an engraved stone for a heart, and is sized to be garden ornament.

wire and chicken wire fairy this piece has an engraved stone for a heart, and is sized to be garden ornament. Downsized would look very special as wind chime, or window or tree ornament. I want one of these for my Fairyhouse in the yard

Artesanato com jornal – 10 ideias espetaculares (via Bloglovin.com )

Paper castle A fairytale castle made of paper book page by Su Blackwell. From her new book 'The Fairy Tale Princess: Seven Classic Stories from The Enchanted Forest’.