Cut & paste by Damien Blottière. This image has be created in photoshop and I like the way the artist has got two images of the same person but fragmented them so they moderately fit together. I would like to use photoshop within this project to portray my theme.
The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation- This painting is at the Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City. Why do you think Lichtenstein painted a still life like it was a comic? What does this say about what he thinks about art?
I really like the style of the illustration because it is high detail without making it overly 3D looking. The shadows and detail help the illustration pop off the page. We could do something like this for each item on our t-shirt.
This woman's work is a ridiculously intricate and beautiful piece of Paper sculpture. Projects in this Pin board, 'Slice a lá QVC' do not all use shapes I have, but they illustrate what you can make or do with a bunch of individual cuts and some artisans inspiration. check my Pin board 'Slice Design Cards for a definitive list of 50 with a rough average of 100 shapes.
21 MindBlowing Surreal Paintings and Creative Illustrations by Tim OBrien
I really like the typographic type of the text. The way the word show what it means visually is great. This looks like it was made in Illustrator. I like the way they added a bit of a 3D effect to it as well.
Debbie Smyth is a British textile designer who transforms two dimensional sketches into 3-D works, utilizing thread as an original method for drawing. The material guides her, as Smyth works beyond what we may perceive the medium can achieve.