Stefan Sagmeister. I way the artist has brought together man and nature through fragments is amazing. I particularly like the themes behind this piece and the way he has brought together these to.

I like how the artists has brought together man and nature through fragments. I particularly like the themes behind this piece and the way he has brought together the realistic portraiture of the man with a whimsical pattern.

Tom Phillips <3 Beautiful rain which the rain drops are small letters. Using pages from books and pens which i like. I like the idea that you can make a story or statement with one text and highlighting words or phrases. Creative and unique and makes you look and read between the lines

See 7 Best Images of Book Page Art. Inspiring Book Page Art design images. Folded Pages Book Sculpture Art Book Folding Art Folded Book Art Altered Book Poetry Page Paint On Book Page

Kiwi fruit is one of the richest sources of vitamin C around. Vitamin C is fantastic for skin because it helps build collagen and mops up ageing toxins. #AntiAgeing Foods – Beauty Works London

Top 10 des aliments pour vivre plus longtemps

A good reason to eat kiwi: KIWI fruit helps your digestions with enzymes, it contains actinidain, a protein-dissolving enzyme that can help digest a meal much like the papain in papaya or bromelain in pineapple. (Photo from P.

After paper curl observation: different perspectives/space/value/still life

like for maybe O'Keeffe drawing. Find an object and have to re-position and draw different elements. (cool drawings of couples)

kelly allen photography: In-depth analysis - Dan Mountford

German photographer Florian Imgrund shoots these eerily beautiful double exposure photographs on film without the use of any computer post-processing tools, like Photoshop. What's also amazing is that he just got his first analog camera.

Spanner in the Workz: Art 2006-2008

Art Work made on my BA Fine Art degree between 2006 - 2008 Natalie Parsley. Bunch of Keys . Oil and gloss mono print on paper.

portraits on maps. by Ed Fairbanks

Portraits Illustrated on Various Maps by Ed Fairbanks

Ed Fairburn: Ink on a reproduced military map of the Western Front; a continuation of map-based portraiture.

A lot of the art I've seen has shown a person's knowledge or personality leaving them, crumbling or flying away. It is suggested, by the use of colour, that all the colour and happiness has left this man leavinng him blank and lifeless.

This is a good representation of Aphasia/memory loss. I can't imagine what it must feel like to lose the ability to express yourself verbally.

Pinterest
Search