This print, in my opinion, interprets the many faces of Bipolar Disorder.

Lady Macbeth clearly suffers from a few mental illnesses, one of them being bi polar disorder. This image shows the many faces of someone who is bi polar.

To be or not to be what exactly? http://www.chloethurlow.com/2014/12/look-10-years-younger/

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

Guy Denning - on the edge of reason (my interpretation not his title) Bristol based artist - he draws a face each day on his blog. They are very expressive depicting rage,anger,frustration etc etc

Guy Denning (English self taught contemporary artist/painter based in France. He is the founder of The Neomodern Group and part of the urban art scene in Bristol.

I love this piece because of the body structure and the profile its in. I also like the idea that the face looks incomplete, like it's not really finished yet. I look and this and think, this guy is not really there; he is incomplete.

ART: Abstract Paintings by Eduardo Mata Icaza Eduardo Mata Icaza mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines, and movement. Combined with either bleak or highly.

Identity

Beyond the Borderline Personality: Identity Disturbance in Borderline Personality Disorder: An Empirical Investigation – Part 4

"Maras Guy #1" (2009), by Noor+. "Mickaël has long been fascinated by Maras*; I decided to turn him into one of them ! My muse Bénédicte was my artistic director for this shooting! She chose a poem about love and death by Louise Labé and spent a few hours drawing carefully each word on his face! XVIth century poem meets Salvadorian toughest gang!". *Maras or marabuntas: gangs originating from Central American countries.

NOOR+ - Maras Guy - Mickaël has long been fascinated by Maras; I decided to turn him into one of them ! My muse Bénédicte chose a poem about love and death by Louise Labé and spent a few hours drawing carefully each word on his face

Shelter Sketch Book Henry Moore Drawings of people sleeping in the London underground during the first world wars. Coming together for warmth and comfort.

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