Quirky Interpretations of Everyday Objects by Vanessa McKeown

Quirky Interpretations of Everyday Objects by Vanessa McKeown

"Inspired by Irving Penn's cigarette series but with added femininity, these discarded cigarette butts of friends and strangers are not just still lifes but portrait studies."

Joanna Ference - Lipstick Stains Identity is in the details. Inspired by Irving Penn‘s cigarette series, photographer Joanna Ference collects cigarette butts from female friends and strangers,.

This portrait shows how a little can be a lot by using cheap materials to create a great piece of art. The artist uses paint and smudges it so that it's spreads and stretches across the work without it being to bold to make the piece easy on the eye and simple!

"The girl with the final demand" - Guy Denning, conte and chalk on corrugated packing cardboard

RUBY SILVIOUS : Salvaged : Tea cups on discarded tea bags www.rubysilvious.com

Ruby Silvious Teacups on tea bags gouache, watercolour, markers

Still Life Photographer - London, New York, Paris, Rome - Dennis Pedersen - gallery archive

Online photography classes // Still Life Photographer - London, New York, Paris, Rome - Dennis Pedersen - gallery archive

Janice Wu creates meticulous drawings of everyday found objects

Janice Wu creates meticulous drawings of everyday found objects - blanket made of 'everyday scenes'?

Portland – based photographer Jim Golden started a series of still life photographs featuring colossal collections of everyday objects. The series is a massive visual delight making each viewer notice the minute details of every object in the photographs.

Still Life Photography by Jim Golden

Portland – based photographer Jim Golden Like the order within the chaos. Differences within the same sort of object and the colour segmentation.

Burnt Offerings: New directions for Angelina Fibres

Great place to use Dicro Fibers from USArt QuestnBurnt Offerings: October 2012 Looks like Rose petals

El Barrio Bodega by artist Nicoletta de la Brown I just really liked the incorporation of something beautiful and floral and natural to a simple plastic bag, almost up-cycling or recycling it to turn it into something appealing again, and to help the environment that it is now inseparable from.

Embroidered Bodega Bags

El Barrio Bodega is a series of embroidered plastic bags by Brooklyn born, Baltimore based artist, Nicoletta Darita de la Brown. Nicoletta finds the bags on the streets and reclaims them with her embellishments.

"Caracalla" by Valery Koshlyakov

Cardboard doesn’t seem like the most auspicious of art materials, but three far-flung artists—-Artemis Herber of Germany, Steve Keene of the United St.

Iceland Poppy/Papaver nudicaule (F), New York, 2006 Irving Penn

Irving Penn - Iceland Poppy/Papaver nudicaule (F), New York, 2006 I chose this piece as I like the dark and muted colours within the flowers. I also like that the flowers are wilted as it provides great depth to the image.

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