This beautiful piece of art shows a link between Order and Disorder very clearly. Could be used to show Skeleton.

This beautiful piece of art shows a link between Order and Disorder very clearly. Could be used to show Skeleton.

Ripped and pasted into one collage.This series is about identity and diversity by John Clang

Ripped and pasted into one collage.This series is about identity and diversity by John Clang

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Embroidered Portraits by Maurizio Anzeri

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Screw/fold-up an image into an interesting 3D form and then draw/paint the new image to create an interesting composition

Screw/fold-up an image into an interesting 3D form and then draw/paint the new image to create an interesting composition

Who: Julie Cockburn  What: Manipulation of the human face. Masked portrait which cover the face and destroy the image.  Why: I like this image because Julie Cockburn uses the faces and spends time manipulating the image with the face and creating a delusional image. - Ooh no this is interesting

Who: Julie Cockburn What: Manipulation of the human face. Masked portrait which cover the face and destroy the image. Why: I like this image because Julie Cockburn uses the faces and spends time manipulating the image with the face and creating a delusional image. - Ooh no this is interesting

This image was created by Rankin, he has simply destroyed this picture by tearing it up and putting it back together again using black thread. It also looks like he has incorporated another material placed on the bottom right of the image. He layers his images by using different types of materials which brings a meaning to the image, shows rebalance and the woman's evil side.

Rankin: 'I just want everyone to look good'

This image was created by Rankin, he has simply destroyed this picture by tearing it up and putting it back together again using black thread. It also looks like he has incorporated another material placed on the bottom right of the image. He layers his images by using different types of materials which brings a meaning to the image, shows rebalance and the woman's evil side.

In a collaborative project called 'Destroy Rankin' musicians have 'Destroyed or reinterpreted portraits of themselves taken by Rankin. Rankin takes the original photograph but the final image is, ultimately, a self portrait. This image by Marianna Faithful has the same fractured feel as Picasso and Hockney.

In a collaborative project called 'Destroy Rankin' musicians have 'Destroyed or reinterpreted portraits of themselves taken by Rankin. Rankin takes the original photograph but the final image is, ultimately, a self portrait. This image by Marianna Faithful has the same fractured feel as Picasso and Hockney.


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