Colored pencils organized in rainbow order

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Colored pencils organized in rainbow order. Each colored pencil is in a certain place to give it a rainbow affect. This is framing because all the pencils is being framed in the shelve. It's also balance as the pencils are in rows and the same size.

for www.fabricamagazine.com   http://issuu.com/fabric-a/docs/fabric-a_issue_5  Colourful Creative Mind Explosion!!

Actually love the idea of this explosion of colour to symbolise imagination/expression/creativity popping out of someone. Could work well for posters - black and white pic of Child?

Could use words related to image.  * photo of gymnast is personal to me

Could use words related to image. * photo of gymnast is personal to me (from: hidden identity photography.

i heart teaching art: 3W: Stephen J Shanabrook

Photography: lesson plan exploring the use of found imagery in photography includes starter, main and plenary activity with link to the work of Stephen J Shanabrook, Laura White, Off Camera and Rebecca Chew exploring the concept of photographic sculpture

Symmetry....and perspective

Symmetry....

Makoto Aida, Azemichi (a path between rice fields) Japanese mineral pigment, acrylic on Japanese paper, 73 x 52 cm. Collection of Toyota Municipal Museum of Art; courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery Feels Vauguely creepy - Japanese as opposed to American Gothic?

Photographer Rips and Reshapes Pictures Using Own “Gellage” Technique

Gellage is a series by Czech photographer Michal Macku named after an intricate technique he developed. The term "gellage"–essentially a portmanteau

Surreal and conceptual photos, by Kyle J. Thompson.

Surreal and conceptual photos I took

before he commit a murder he was all black only after that he found peace and then he was all in white! Surreal and conceptual photos, by Kyle J.

Self Portrait-Chuck Close (interestingly, this artist has "face blindness", a disorder in which he cannot recognize faces. He paints portraits in order to help him remember even his own face)

Self Portrait-Chuck Close (interestingly, this artist has "face blindness", a disorder in which he cannot recognize faces. He paints portraits in order to help him remember even his own face) Really like the shapes used to make the face

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