Veins

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"Leaf veins and texture" by Martyn Franklin -- a beautiful capture of the texture and detail. photography ‘Leaf veins and texture’ by Martyn Franklin Pattern Photography, Texture Photography, Abstract Photography, Photography Ideas, Levitation Photography, Experimental Photography, Close Up Photography, Exposure Photography, Winter Photography

‘Leaf veins and texture’ by Martyn Franklin

Buy 'Leaf veins and texture' by Martyn Franklin as a Art Print, Canvas Print, Framed Print, Greeting Card, iPhone Case, iPhone Wallet, Metal Print, Photographic Print, Case/Skin for Samsung Galaxy, Spiral Notebook, or Sticker

Emma Johnson, Matrix Emma Johnson's work deals with issues of deconstruction and transformation, the recycling of materials, and the ambiguity of communication - as well as the obsessive repetitive actions used in the making of the work. Road maps are r Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Print Patterns, Nature Pattern, Art Grunge, Stoff Design, A Level Art, Fabric Manipulation, Deconstruction

Emma Johnson, Matrix Emma Johnson's work deals with issues of deconstruction and transformation, the recycling of materials, and the ambiguity of communication - as well as the obsessive repetitive actions used in the making of the work. Road maps are reconstructed into artworks which stand as a tangible and symbolic presence of the information contained within, but are virtually unreadable.

Makiko Wakisaka, "life" - leaf vein, nylon thread, polyester thread, water soluble c. Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Fabric Textures, Inspiration Artistique, Textiles Techniques, Paperclay, Fabric Manipulation, Soft Sculpture, Art Festival

HAIRY. Makiko Wakisaka, "life" - leaf vein, nylon thread, polyester thread, water soluble cloth technique : machine stitch & hand stitch

dissolvable fabric- textile artist Anne Griffiths has used brain scans, particul. - Fibers - dissolvable fabric- textile artist Anne Griffiths has used brain scans, particularly focusing on th - A Level Textiles, Textiles Techniques, A Level Art, Anatomy Art, Human Condition, Fabric Manipulation, Textile Artists, Fabric Art, Blood Cells

dissolvable fabric- textile artist Anne Griffiths has used brain scans, particularly focusing on the disease dimentia as inspiration for her work. Here, she has used dissolvable to create a lace-like effect.

Ocular hyperemia: That's just eyespeak for dilated blood vessels within the gelatinous membrane called the conjunctiva on top of the white part of your eye. Snk Annie, Foto Macro, A Level Art Sketchbook, The Wicked The Divine, Blood Vessels, Human Body, Art Reference, Just In Case, Anatomy

Ocular hyperemia: That's just eyespeak for dilated blood vessels on the white part of your eye.

human skin -color of the fresh, the vein. -very special texture of the skin that might deteriorate as age goes, for examplt it might get loosen, or there will be wrinkles appearing--> fold of the clothes? Fotografia Macro, Texture Photography, Human Body Photography, Foto Art, Texture Art, Texture Design, Skin Art, Good Skin, Textures Patterns

Fashion is who you are, your own brand of style that makes you unique

Your skin is the largest organ in your body and generally the most under appreciated. Aside for cosmetic reasons, people don’t really take care of their skin. The health benefits to maintaining a healthy epidermis can help increase your overall health.

Harold Edgerton // Detail of veins on Human Eyeball // 1962 // Stroboscope photography // pioneer in using short duration electronic flash in photographing fast events photography Harold Edgerton, Event Photography, Dark Art, Human Body, Tumblr, Black And White, Abstract, Drawings, Image

Harold Edgerton | [Detail of Veins in Human Eyeball] | The Met

Inscription: Inscribed by artist in pencil, verso BR: "Return to // H. Edgerton // M.I.T. // Cambridge Mass"; inscribed in unknown hand in pencil, verso TLC: "10.737 [boxed]"; estate stamp with pencilled inscription, verso BR: "10

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