I liked the dark and disjointed feel of this page, how the creator has taken many images and fused them into one cohesive whole that still feels like separate images. I also like the mix of text and imagery.
reminds me of the work we did last year, layering paper and painting and then adding detail. Ian Murphy This piece of work is very detailed as illustrated through the painting. You can see the colour depth in the painting.
Tribeca Flatiron inspiration - Flat Iron urbanscapes Using long, linear brushstrokes and muted, contrasted tones, Italian oil painter Emilio Valerio D’ Ospina creates a tremendous sense of movement, depth and height in his urban images