Please Mind The Gap: Late Evening Train Cut Out Train tickets on canvas 2011 5”x 4” SOLD

Please Mind The Gap: Late Evening Train Cut Out Train tickets on canvas 2011 SOLD Bethany Milam

Know your town (like the back of your hand) by johnefrench, via Flickr

Know your town (like the back of your hand) by johnefrench, I like the simple black and white line drawing, and the quirky shape of the map makes it a strong but effective piece which has been ordinarily created

Please Mind The Gap: Day Trip to Salisbury Cut Out Train tickets on canvas 2011 5”x 4” SOLD

Please Mind The Gap: Day Trip to Salisbury Cut Out Train tickets on canvas 2011 including frame

Windows by Jim Darling | Windows by Jim Darling | The best part of any plane ride, executed beautifully in paint and wood. I love this idea. // loved by www.herrsuite.com

I could draw the shape of an eye and fill the inside with my views, favourite places, favourite people, favourite sounds etc.

AISHA's ART images from the web

anime, room, and art-bilde

Through drawing on train tickes I wanted to connect the offical documention with the regular people I see on my commute to college.

"Through drawing on train tickets I wanted to connect the official documentation with the regular people I see on my commute to college.

Again here shows the use of portraiture using the map as the canvas.

Ed Fairburn's Map Art Portraits

Gallery of portraits drawn onto maps by artist Ed Fairburn. From the chaotic lines of a map emerge haunting images of the human face.


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