Plastic Bag Landscapes made with recycled plastics, lights & coloured backgrounds // Vilde Rolfsen #art

Plastic Bag Landscapes

Plastic Bag Landscapes made with recycled plastics, lights & coloured backgrounds // Vilde Rolfsen Vilde J. Rolfsen, this piece is really neat, it is made from plastic bags and has a very unique texture, looks like water.

desmemórias - lucas simões This is a perfect Inspiration for the GCSE question on Disguises

Experiments in Photography by Lucas Simões

UNPORTRAIT BY LUCAS CHIMELLO SIMÕES Brazilian artist Lucas Chimello Simões creates cut-outs by stacking layers of the same photo and then cutting shapes out to create a collage effect.

Changing the world begins with the very personal process of changing yourself.  The only place you can begin is where you are,  and the only time you can begin is always NOW  ~ Gary Zukav  (art;daniele.buetti)

asylum-art: “Stardust Hands by Daniele Buetti Swiss artist Daniele Buetti is the author of very beautiful photos showing hands that seem holding and letting go between each finger some stardust.

Could be a neat way for students to explore a topic or to draw a single object from multiple views or media

Could be a neat way for students to explore a topic or to draw a single object from multiple views or media - potential to use as a dice for drawing games

PLASTIC BAG LANDSCAPES - Vilde Rolfsen  Ongoing project, where I use light and colored background to make plastic bags look magical. Creating a landscape within the plastic bag.  Plastic bags are a huge contributor to the landfill waste, and are extremely harmful for our oceans and the creatures living there. Do not say yes to a plastic bag when shopping. These plastic bags were found in the street.

Vilde Rolfsen - Plastic Bag Landscapes: ongoing project, where I use light and colored background to make plastic bags look magical. Creating a landscape within the plastic bag.

With his Polaroid SX-70 (a used camera he picked up at a yard sale for 20 Dollars), William Miller churns out not photos, but amazingly abstract works of art. The camera, as it turns out, was broken. “It sometimes spills out two pictures at a time and the film often gets stuck in the gears, exposing and mangling them in unpredictable ways,” says William.

William Miller’s Ruined Polaroids

A Broken Polaroid Camera Spits Out Amazing Abstract Art - photographer William Miller William Miller’s Polaroid is broken in all the right places: It warps his film into something resembling abstract art.

Out of the Box Magazine: Amazing cut-out photographs by Lucas Simões

Cut-outs by Brazilian artist Lucas Chimello Simões. The cut-outs are made with many layers of the same photo. Some of them consist of up to 13 layers.

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