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Lucy Stackpool
Dutch artist Tjalf Sparnaay creates hyper-realistic paintings of food that look good enough to eat Tjalf Sparnaay, Hyper Realistic Paintings, Food Painting, Painting Trees, Painting Art, Dutch Artists, Good Enough To Eat, Still Life Art, Food Drawing

Lukisan Makanan Karya Tjalf Sparnaay Tampak Persis Aslinya!

Makanan menjadi salah satu obyek lukis yang mengagumkan. Lihat saja hasil karya Tjalf Sparnaay yang beraliran Megarealism ini. Aneka menu makanan tampak sangat mirip dengan aslinya. Komplit dengan tampilan yang segar dan menggugah!

Photo : Gregg Segal - 7 Days of Garbage. Made me think how much i would be surrounded by in 7 days. Will start recycling ASAP! A Level Photography, Art Photography, Photo Ciel, Art Environnemental, Trash Art, Plastic Art, Photocollage, Plastic Pollution, Environmental Art

7 Days of Garbage, le projet choc de Gregg Segal - Graine de Photographe - The Blog

Passionné par la photographie depuis qu’il a 11 ans, l’américain Gregg Segal consacre la plupart de ses projets à photographier des hommes et femmes dans diverses situations. 7 Days of Garbage (7 jours de poubelles) fait parti de ses projets chocs, qui vise à informer les américains sur leur mode de consommation en les confrontant à la réalité. En effet, il photographie ses voisins et amis entourés de leurs propres déchets récupérés dans leurs poubelles à la fin de la semaine. C’est…

Sir John Lawes Art Faculty: Edexcel GCSE Art Exam 2016 Past Present And Or Future - Appropriation Art - Art based on appropriation of other Artists imagery Appropriation Art, Photomontage, Banksy Artist, Gcse Art Sketchbook, Litho Print, Political Art, Political Issues, Mona Lisa, Past Present Future

Edexcel GCSE Art Exam 2016 Past Present And Or Future - Appropriation Art - Art based on appropriation of other Artists imagery

Marcel Duchamp Fountain 1917, Marcel Duchamp took a mass production factory made object a urinal, signed it with a fictitious Artists' name and claimed he had made it into a work of Art Diego Velazquez Pope Innocent X 1650 - Francis Bacon The Screaming Pope 1953 Webpage Edward Hooper Nighthawks 1942 Still from a Simpsons episode Homer vs the 18th Ammendment series 8 1997 Banksy Shopping Trolleys in Monet Painting 2006? Iconic Vietnam War Photo showing the shooting of a Vietcong prisoner…

Photos of People Lying in 7 Days Worth Of Their Trash. For his ongoing series Days of Garbage,’ California-based photographer Gregg Segal captured families lying amongst the rubbish that they have accumulated over seven days. People Lie, Weird People, Plastic Pollution, Air Pollution, Photographs Of People, Greggs, Environmental Issues, Photo Series, Art Series

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Kate Shaw - her method is to pour acrylic skins onto paper, then collages shapes together dependant on the natural formation of the patterns, to create landscapes, often mountains and lakes. Collages, Collage Art, Watercolor Painting Techniques, Painting & Drawing, Watercolor Art, Kate Shaw, Graphic Design Illustration, Illustration Art, Illustrations

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Dana The average American generates four pounds of garbage a day., produces four million tons of waste weekly. To illustrate the "trash problem" photographer Gregg Segal asked family, friends, and neighbors. People Lie, People Poses, Seven Days, Photographs Of People, Photography Awards, People Photography, Color Photography, Photography Photos, Gcse Art

Mesmerizing Photos of People Lying in a Week’s Worth of Their Trash

The United States has a trash problem. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average American produces more than 4 pounds of garba ...

UK artist Debbie Smyth who uses hundreds of needles and delicate lengths of thread to create wall-sized installations. Via her website: Debbie Smyth is textile artist most identifiable by her statement thread drawings Contemporary Embroidery, Contemporary Artwork, Contemporary Artists, Art Fil, Art Postal, Colossal Art, Textiles, Thread Art, Pin Art

Pin and Thread Illustrations by Debbie Smyth

Colossal | Art, design, and visual culture

American artist, born James Neil Hollingsworth was raised in Marietta, Georgia. Shockingly, with the exception of a few life drawing classes in the Painting Plastic, Food Painting, Georgia, Hyperrealism Paintings, Photorealism, Still Life Artists, Hyper Realistic Paintings, Watercolor Paintings For Beginners, Object Drawing

James Neil Hollingsworth

James Neil Hollingsworth It’s been said that most people will have three major careers in their life. I’m now into my fourth. Follow...