awesome art by  Liesl Pfeffer - Make some with the kids using magazines

collage from magazine clippings - graphic design elements & simplicity ***mountain collage with pictures taken, perhaps a travel series

All the buildings in New York by James Gulliver Hancock

James Gulliver Hancock is an Australian born New York based illustrator who is attempting to draw all of the buildings in New York Like artwork found in sketchbooks.

Stephen Wiltshire pen and ink drawings. Amazingly drawn from memory.

Complex skylines drawn from memory

#cityscapes

A few skylines - would love to see an int'l version of this. paris, london, barcelona, roma etc :). Ive been meaning to get a decal I'm my room with these skylines

Liesl Pfeffer combines her photographs to create abstract nature-inspired collages. One could label her work as “mixed media”, though she’s given herself the title of “photo-media artist”.

geometric shape landscape using magazine collage: image by Liesl Pfeffer via discover paper yr (good for a relief teacher)

Stuart Davis

New York Mural by Stuart Davis from Norton Museum of Art. Davis, was an early American modernist painter. He was well known for his jazz-influenced, proto pop art paintings of the and as well as his ashcan pictures in the early years of the century

Line drawings for GSL Law and Consulting Offices by Abigail Daker, via Behance

Abi Daker specializes in creating unique, hand-rendered geographic visualizations for her clients. Abi's attention to detail and strong drawing te.

Empire State of Pen by Patrick Vale

Empire State of Pen by Patrick Vale

Drawing of East Village, London. by Abigail Daker

Portfolio of illustrated maps and cityscape drawings by illustrator Abi Daker. Illustrated maps, panoramic city skylines and architectural illustration.

Georges Braque, Trees at LEstaque, 1908  Important Event: Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque invent cubism, which permits painting to mirror splintered modern world views.

Cubist art donated to the Met - in pictures

Georges Braque, Trees at LEstaque, 1908 Important Event: Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque invent cubism, which permits painting to mirror splintered modern world views.

Georges Braque, Trees at LEstaque, 1908  Important Event: Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque invent cubism, which permits painting to mirror splintered modern world views.

Cubist art donated to the Met - in pictures

Georges Braque, Trees at LEstaque, 1908 Important Event: Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque invent cubism, which permits painting to mirror splintered modern world views.

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