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Halima Akhtar from Woldingham School, Caterham, Surrey, UK. Beautiful collage like textile folio.

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Halima Akhtar from Woldingham School, Caterham, Surrey, UK. Beautiful collage like textile folio.maybe one day my sketchbook will look this nice

Fashion Sketchbooks, Artist Study with thanks to Ania Leike for Art School Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com Art School Portfolio, Fashion, Clothes, GCSE, A Level ,Design, Art, Figurative, Figure, People,

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Fashion Sketchbooks, Artist Study with thanks to Ania Leike for Art School Students, CAPI Create Art Portfolio Ideas

Rhode Island artist Tom Deininger creates large-scale collages from found objects scavenged from landfills, yard sales and donated by friends and acquaintances.

Rhode Island artist Tom Deininger creates large-scale collages from found objects scavenged from landfills, yard sales and donated by friends and acquaintances. (This is so I feel like I should pin it on my Sculpture board.

loisalbinsonknit:  Lois Albinson - ‘Neglect’ Sketchbook Pages

MAKE THINGS LINK Fashion Moodboard "Neglect" weathered surfaces theme - fashion design development process // Lois Albinson

mixed media camp

"Caramel" by Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson / Paper Paintings Collage collage of hand-painted papers on cradled panel

Jane Perkins Uses Hundreds of Found Objects To Recreate Iconic Paintings And Portraits

9 Stunning Portraits Made With Found Objects

"Jane Perkins is a UK artist that uses found objects and recycled materials to create something new. In an ongoing series entitled plastic classics, Perkins recreates famous artworks and portraits using found objects." Which recreation is your favorite?

mixed media/collage piece - and a great portrait!

25 great illustrations & drawings

The Art of Nick Gentry Stunning floppy disk artworks by Nick Gentry. Floppy Disks Art by Nick Gentry Floppy Disks Art by Nick Gentry Art with Floppy Disks

Artist Uses Hundreds of Found Objects To Recreate Iconic Paintings And Portraits

In her “Plastic Classics” series, British artist Jane Perkins uses almost anything she can find – buttons, plastic toys, LEGO pieces, etc. – to re-create recognizable iconic paintings


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