Pinocchio - Toothbrush Print | Caryl Burtner - Art For My Sake

Pinocchio - Toothbrush Print Different coloured toothbrushes.

Face your pockets - everyone scans their face and what they have in their pockets as a n introductory lesson for getting to know one another.

The smARTteacher Resource: Face Your Pockets Self-portrait. after students take this image, tear out center portion and allow students to draw the missing center

irving penn still life cigarette - Google Search

irving penn still life cigarette. I like that this images sends out a message to its audience. For example, I think that it could represent the fact that all our processed food can be just as deadly as a cigarette

take a series of non make-uped face feature, and dolled up face features - each one could become a product on your IDENTITY shelf.

Specimen Box Picture Collages Created with Photo Fragments

Please Mind The Gap: On The Underground Cut Out Train tickets on canvas 2011 5”x 4” £90 including frame

Please Mind The Gap: On The Underground Cut Out Train tickets on canvas 2011 including frame

This highly accomplished and creative photography sketchbook layout is part of a project that explores the transient nature of human existence. Different films, cameras, approaches and formats are used, as well as sculptural elements (negatives and other items are inside plastic bags attached to the page). With items arranged on slight angles, the work takes on an off-kilter, landed-where-it-fell appearance, however, this is deceiving: the page is skilfully and purposefully composed

Photography Sketchbook Ideas – 16 Inspirational Examples

Installation - documentation as evidence: Taryn Simon // Contraband

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Taryn Simon. Conceptual artist Taryn Simon’s photographs and accompanied writing are the result of…

Daniel Spoerri, Prose Poems, 1959-60, Tate Gallery, London

Prose Poems Poèmes en prose Mixed media on wood unconfirmed: 690 x 542 x 361 mm relief

Daniel Spoerri, “tableaux-pièges”, 1960

Daniel Spoerri (born "Tableau Plege", mixed media in plexiglass box.