The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor

The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor Some inspiration for Chromecast :-)

"Be Noisy" ad campaign for Harajuku clothing store Laforet, directed by Rikako Nagashima

WHO: Ad campaign for Harajuku clothing store Laforet, directed by Rikako Nagashima WHAT: "Be Noisy". Photography and pen WHY: I love how the face is unrecognizable

Andras Visky. Triple personalities all could be showing different things but with the same 3 faces I like how they have designed this with the triple faces

This shot communicates a lot of emotion through a melancholy colour scheme and a high key lighting technique showing a model with a somber facial expression. The use of a long exposure and a flash creates the illusion of multiple faces.

justanothermasterpiece:    mdma by exo~ on Flickr.

insert little bits of ads into an image/text Collage from exo. (whats the inspiration behind what this artist puts over the face?

This picture is a disorder. What is usually such a lovely thing when people kiss, there is something very disturbing about it. Their faces are stuck together which makes you feel uncomfortable.

This picture is a disorder. What is usually such a lovely thing when people kiss, there is something very disturbing about it. Their faces are stuck together which makes you feel uncomfortable. Or that when people kiss, they don't wNt it to ever end

Use this idea for folding up the face. Photograph in a white frame? To signify simplicity.

Geometric facial landscapes by Aldo Tolino

Origami inspired by Aldo Tolino Task: Workshop Using simple folding techniques, produce a creased portrait image (colour or black and white). -Draw on top of creased paper to fold -Use paper to create my illustration to then fold and scan in

An intriguing observational drawing by Gillian Lambert that could easily fit into the Taped, Tied and Bound A2 Art exam theme.

GCSE / IGCSE / A Level Art Exam Ideas 2013

Self-Deception Portraits. Artist and illustrator Gillian Lambert created this series of drawings called "Self-Deception". The artist graduated from Kenyon

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