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Pierre-Jean Maurel - The Black City I (New York) William Congdon 1949

Pierre-Jean Maurel - The Black City I (New York) William Congdon 1949

I created this paper plate black cat for kids because as far as Halloween characters go, I think the black cat is commonly overlooked. Free pattern!

Paper Plate Black Cat

I created this paper plate black cat for kids because as far as Halloween characters go, I think the black cat is commonly overlooked. Free pattern!

This is a zine about black holes and feelings | @MissBethKatie

Into The Black Hole art zine

Stained Glass dosen't have to go in windows. Using modern glasses that radiate their colour and vibrancy, I make beautiful glass panels to hang on the wall. Mounted on stainless steel frames they...

Stained Glass dosen& have to go in windows. Using modern glasses that radiate their colour and vibrancy, I make beautiful glass panels to hang on the wall. Mounted on stainless steel frames they.

Striping tape nail art tutorial

Nail Art Tutorial - Base Is England - Camelot With Delush - Ocean Sapphire over The Top. Tape Is Applied Then England - Camelot Is Used Again Over The Tape.

Déclinaisons des rayures sous plusieurs formes | Tycho Awake | Scott Hansen, Graphic Designer and Musician

Album artwork of the week: Tycho 'Awake'

Letter S print - Alphabet, Calligraphy, Typography, Monogram, Flowers - Black and White ink art print

Letter S print - Alphabet, Calligraphy, Typography, Monogram, Flowers - Black and White ink art print

lettering inside busy surrounding (floral) could be for a florist shop and/or a gardening shop

David Carson. I really like the connections of letters in a very structured way. The black and white really makes it stand out, along with the little "white" lies and THE "BLACK" SWAN ISSUE. The tone drawing is really impeccable.

Little White Lies, 33 - The Black Swan Issue. Cover illustration by Paul Willoughby. Cover typography by David Carson. Got the text to work with the image

Paper Cuttings, Monoprints and Collagraphy: Exciting A Level Portraiture

Paper Cuttings, Monoprints and Collagraphy: Exciting A Level Portraiture

One of the great triumphs of this A Level Art project is the fluid exploration of ideas; the confident dance between mediums. Here, with muted colour applied to her own hands, face and shoulders, Lucy becomes the human canvas.

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