Manny Robertson- Embroidered Metropolis. ((Each original print is composed of two portraits, one color and one black and white, that have been cut and sewn together by hand.))

Edit // sew two portraits together to create a mixed media piece // Manny Robertson- Embroidered Metropolis. ((Each original print is composed of two portraits, one color and one black and white, that have been cut and sewn together by hand.

cardboard!

Love these creative cardboard costumes! Such wonderful material, cheap. easy to work with, flexible ( fold and pull over hard edge until you get the shape you want). These costumes are by design students - cardboard catwalk.

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Love the colors - Amy Judd, seen on Hicks Gallery - sold oil painting- reincarnation

Andy Warhol: Mick Jagger. Idea for the kids to do create a portrait but break into sections and do a different medium in each section, it all creates one beautiful picture.

Idea for the kids to do create a portrait but break into sections and do a different medium in each section, it all creates one beautiful picture.

Jin Young Yu - Transparent Sculptures - Contemporary Artist

Korean artist Jinyoung Yu 유진영 transparent cat-posed figure with human face

Design Correction: Unusual Self Portraits Inspired by Food by Sébastien Michel.

For his project titled "Design Correction" French artist Sébastien Michel constructed a series of unusual masks using saran wrap and vario.

Tea Cups made out of recycled books

This takes the paper cup to a whole new level. Swedish artist Cecilia Levy makes tea cups and saucers out of old book pages (Source: Gamla böcker : Verkstaden Verstas) recycled upcycled

Dumped is a fun series of portraits by Meg Wachter that captures peoples expressions at the exact moment a food or liquid was dumped over their heads. I have seen the pictures before but not the video. Watching in motion is also fantastic because it shows how genuine their reactions are. You can watch the entire process: the wait for the dumping and their reactions to it, whether it is shock, disgust or delight, each resulting frame is amazing because they are

Dumped is a fun series of portraits by Meg Wachter that captures peoples expressions at the exact moment a food or liquid was dumped over their heads.

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