Norman Duenas. Symbolism: Monarch Butterfly/MK-Ultra programming, death culture, clockwork, fractured mind, fragmented personality, merging of nature and technology

Creative Illustrations by Norman Duenas

Applied art commercial art print illustration by Norman Duenas titled "A Butterfly Effect." I really love the artists combination of nature with the human figure/skull and the depiction of a clock. It gives a great sense of the passage of time.

I like the fact that this artist has used the proportions of the face in a very abstract way by moving the features. This shows together and apart because all the features are there but they are in a muddled order.

ARTFINDER: Monochrome by andy butler - Pencil and graphite drawing on canvas. A very striking and powerful image of a beautiful woman. She had wonderful big eyes so I emphasised them by adding mo.

This picture represent value. The shadows are great and really stand out but the subtle use of white really bring out this piece even more. The look on her face looks like she has secret she just can't hide anymore.

Messy masterpieces by Florian Nicolle

Florian Nicolle is a French graphic designer who has produced a collection of beautiful mixed media illustrations: a combination of dripped paint, newspaper overlays, line drawings and washes of tone.

this picture is surreal because it is showing a teen loosing pieces from his face. This shows that he is either dying or falling apart. I choose this picture because it is the most satisfying and surreal one i could find. - Jorge Figueroa Block D.

18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions

Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions - Sebastian Erikkson- Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces

This student has completed a transcript before applying the painting style to their pastiche. The painting style they are adopting makes use of dramatic colours, thick paint and visible mark making.

Hannah- This student has completed a transcript before applying the painting style to their pastiche. The painting style they are adopting makes use of dramatic colours, thick paint and visible mark making.

Rosanna Jones

19-Year-Old Artist Explores How Appearance Affects Identity

UK-based Rosanna Jones is a 19 year old fashion photography student who has created a series of paintings called ‘Skin’, and they explore the theme of body image and identity.

These sketchbook studies show beautiful attention to detail: preliminary paintings of eyes, lips and other facial features, as Sophie practises using different mediums and techniques.

High school Art student paints 3 generations of her family


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