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artist defectivebarbie, Jackalope Art Fair 2017, Pasadena, CA

artist defectivebarbie, Jackalope Art Fair 2017, Pasadena, CA

.This piece is very different, but still inspirational in the fact that having something missing of the woman but then through her face showing how she really feels, like a fear inside her head. This has given me an idea to use my text and word this way, where the missing part of the person is the words come out to say how that person is really feeling. #hiddenthoughts:

This piece is very different, but still inspirational in the fact that having something missing of the woman but then through her face showing how she really feels, like a fear inside her head. This has given me an idea to use my text and word this way,

ripped photos //

Ripped photos by Jacob a. Mailbomb Maybe an idea for the mental illnesses and feelings project : have the rip from cut marks and underneath write words like irk mean ones?

Wonderful paint-journal of the piece! Karen Appleton: The Drummer

Wonderful paint-journal of the piece! Karen Appleton: The Drummer. Love the idea of how the artist planned out the color.

“Impermanence” is a series of portraits by Korean photographer and microbiologist Seung-Hwan Oh who drowns his films camera before using them, into a cultivation of fungus mushrooms. The bacterias devour the film for an abstract and destroyed result. A beautiful way to mistreat a film and to rebel against the perfect and idealized pictures we see everywhere nowadays.

red-lipstick: Seung-Hwan Oh aka Tonio Oh (b. Seoul, Korea) - Untitled from Impermanence series, 2013 Photography via Empty Kingdom

via tumblr | #mixed_media #collage Reminds me of Melinda Gibson's photo collages and Rene Magritte's surreal paintings.

Crazy Woman - Lisa Lara Bella by Marko Köppe. S) Forms of diffrent objects that construct (replace) face features. Combination of black and white photo image and bright colors of collage objects

The artist Marilyn Kalish has created a portrait using charcoal. she has smudged the charcoal to fade some of the thick lines which creates depth in the work making it look three dimensional. as you can see the artist has focused on the darker areas of the skin and highlighting the lighter areas a bit by fading the charcoal.

Marilyn Kalish, 'Portrait Drawing' Expressive and strong use of linear elements to define the portrait make this interesting.