Maurizio Anzeri- i love the use of photography and the distortion created by the stitch. I also like the colour scheme of thread.

Maurizio Anzeri- photography and the distortion created by the stitch, colour scheme of thread.

Line Art by Paolo Ceric (source: http://weandthecolor.com/stunning-line-art-by-paolo-ceric/29627), see also: http://patakk.tumblr.com/

Stunning Line Art by Paolo Ceric

Drawings Made of a Single Line The Croatian graphic artist Paolo Ceric created the images of a single spiral line. The effect works similarly to a printing process. The line spacing is larger in bright areas, while the lines are closer in dark areas.

Identity by Sash-kash.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Her face looks so much like my Rose's face! NolaWest****** Identity by Sash-kash

Essential question The authors struggle for identity The author through the story had each sister changing a lot from mate being a quite girl to  becoming a rebel. or Trujillo acting godly to us as the reader finding out his true colors. Everyone through the story constantly changed their identity for the good or the bad change was bound to come.

Saul Steinberg dans Égoïste

Saul Steinberg Fingerprint Man, 1951 I love the idea of recreating this with children, cutting a simple stencil out to create the clothing contrast. A great way to explore fingerprints whilst creating stunning art!

This beautiful piece of art shows a link between Order and Disorder very clearly. Could be used to show Skeleton.

2015 Topic #11: Hidden Objects {Challenge}

Lorena Cosba contrasting image of old and young

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Embroidered Portraits by Maurizio Anzeri

Photographer: Richard Burbridge //styling: Robbie Spencer // artwork: Maurizio Anzeri, for Dazed and Confused, June 2011 // full credits: here

Portrait Artist Ed Fairburn Uses Maps as His Canvas | Hi-Fructose Magazine. Fairburn’s work is an imaginative incorporation of the human form and topography. He’s used maps of places from all over the world. The winding layouts of streets and rivers are enhanced to form wrinkles, veins, and other features of his subjects’ faces.

Portrait Artist Ed Fairburn Uses Maps as His Canvas

Striking Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

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