Naomi Cameron
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A bard looks out on the world  /  she watches and participates  /  without judgement  observes, collates,  / spins and winds  the thread of her eyes into a cloth, /   a tapestry that comes spilling from her mouth    .  .  poem by Bard Judith, image by Max Gasparini.

A bard looks out on the world / she watches and participates / without judgement observes, collates, / spins and winds the thread of her eyes into a cloth, / a tapestry that comes spilling from her mouth . poem by Bard Judith, image by Max Gasparini.

In the series of work entitled “Beibeees”, Portoscuso, Italy based artist Alberto Seveso blended the portrait with smoke-like photographs of ink in water. To recreate this kind of look, try shooting smoke or ink against a pure white background and then use the cloudy formations as a layer mask on a portrait.

Stunning Ink Portraits Fragmented in Water - Alberto Seveso. This piece is beautiful. The way the colours blend with the image makes this piece stand out from anything that I have ever seen. I really like the texture the water/ink gives to the portrait.