A-level painting based on decaying fruit and veg @ HighcrestAcademy

A-level painting based on decaying fruit and veg @ HighcrestAcademy decay of produce over TIME.

Who know math could be so beautiful! Take a look at fractals naturally occurring in nature @Sarah Lemieux Nature

14 amazing fractals found in nature

Who knew math could be so beautiful! Take a look at fractals naturally occurring in nature Chintomby Chintomby Chintomby Lemieux Nature

Dublin, Ireland - Potato famine statues. When you see these in person you can really feel their suffering.

Dublin, Ireland - Statue collection commemorating "The Great Hunger" (they'd prefer not to call it a "famine," because technically there was plenty to eat, it just got sent to England). Harrowing and heartbreaking.

Unit 1 final outcome 2013, pineapple skin, acrylic on top of textured surface (pencil sharpenings, newspaper, masking tape etc)

Unit 1 final outcome pineapple skin, acrylic on top of textured surface (pencil sharpenings, newspaper, masking tape etc)

It explores the theme 'suspension': beautiful paintings of rotting fruit and vegetables hanging from string.

AS Art Exam: Paintings of Decaying Fruit 98%

this is a colour pencil study of a rotting apple. i spent about 5 hours on it, i recorded an apple for a week taking pictures of it everyday. i was inspired by Sam Taylor Wood who produces short films of rotting fruit/food.

this is a colour pencil study of a rotting apple. i spent about 5 hours on it, i recorded an apple for a week taking pictures of it everyday. i was inspired by Sam Taylor Wood who produces short films of rotting fruit/food.

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