I originally did this tutorial for 100LayerCake.com, and it remains one of my favorite projects. Here I’ll share the original post, plus some extra photos and details about how I make paper roses. These unique flowers can be bound into bouquets, or worked into creative centerpieces and decorations. I use [...]
shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest StumbleUponWhat an interesting concept? Sacred geometry, two things that one would believe cannot be connected to each other but actually are. In fact, most of us think of geometry as a dry and dull subject, which has come into existence only to make our lives tougher. But the fact is that geometry has many mystic and even nature related connotations that one cannot ignore. While one may not be wrong in quoting excellent examples of cubism art works…
Earthworks of Richard Long | For Richard Long the art of working with nature is almost always about the journey. He describes some of his works as walks themselves, and other works as sculptures made along his way. In many cases he appropriates natural materials to create new configurations, designs and patterns from them. In others he further splits these geometries in a return to more naturalistic forms.
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This piece of art work by Saul Bass is called Anatomy of a murder which has been produced as a film poster. Saul Bass: Born: May 8th 1920 the bronx new york city Died april 25th 1996 los angeles california united states. Education: james monroe high school, brooklyn college, art students league of new york.
How To Make Story Stones with Uni-ball Posca Pens
How To Make Story Stones! This is a fun way to tell and make up stories with children. Paint objects and characters onto stones and use them to tell a favourite story - like the beloved Very Hungry Caterpillar! Or a classic fairy tale like The Three Little Pigs. Story Stones can help [you and] your child be creative and learn the art of story telling. Using paint pens like Posca Pens makes things a lot easier (and less messy!) than regular paint. Use varnish to prolong their life. Once you…
We dipped cardboard rolls in paint, and the results were really gorgeous!