Inhale (yellow) 2002 Michael Craig Martin. I'll put these bright colours on my windows and doorways pictures which i have layered like this picture has been layered with different objects.

Inhale (yellow) 2002 Michael Craig Martin. I'll put these bright colours on my windows and doorways pictures which i have layered like this picture has been layered with different objects.

Michael Craig-Martin | Sunglasses,from Intimate Relations | The White House Gallery  http://www.printed-editions.com/artwork/michael-craig-martin--sunglassesfrom-intimate-relations-29666

Michael Craig-Martin | Sunglasses,from Intimate Relations | The White House Gallery http://www.printed-editions.com/artwork/michael-craig-martin--sunglassesfrom-intimate-relations-29666

Michael Craig-Martin, Untitled (orange 2) on ArtStack #michael-craig-martin #art

Michael Craig-Martin, Untitled (orange 2) on ArtStack #michael-craig-martin #art


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In this image you can see that the artist has enlarged the objects and putting less on the page i could try this on my designs for my diner poster

In this image you can see that the artist has enlarged the objects and putting less on the page i could try this on my designs for my diner poster

Fan, Michael Craig-Martin https://uk.pinterest.com/clayton4570/pop-artist-michael-craig-martin/

Fan, Michael Craig-Martin https://uk.pinterest.com/clayton4570/pop-artist-michael-craig-martin/

i like the simplicity of Michael Craig martins work the fine lines make the drawings really strong and easy to make out

i like the simplicity of Michael Craig martins work the fine lines make the drawings really strong and easy to make out

Untitled  by Michael Craig-Martin       Date painted: 1998  Acrylic on canvas, 198.5 x 152.5 cm  Collection: Government Art Collection  In this bold painting ordinary objects are depicted against a coloured background, neither touching nor overlapping one another. These discrete images appear unrelated to each other conceptually as well as compositionally.

Untitled by Michael Craig-Martin Date painted: 1998 Acrylic on canvas, 198.5 x 152.5 cm Collection: Government Art Collection In this bold painting ordinary objects are depicted against a coloured background, neither touching nor overlapping one another. These discrete images appear unrelated to each other conceptually as well as compositionally.

This artwork is called "Full Life" by Michael Craig-Martain, was created in 1985 and is made with oil paint on aluminium and steel. It is now in a Tate gallery, however, not on display. Personally I like this artwork because I like to look at it and find things I didn't notice that where there before. Here is some more information on Michael Craig-Martain http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/michael-craig-martin-955

This artwork is called "Full Life" by Michael Craig-Martain, was created in 1985 and is made with oil paint on aluminium and steel. It is now in a Tate gallery, however, not on display. Personally I like this artwork because I like to look at it and find things I didn't notice that where there before. Here is some more information on Michael Craig-Martain http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/michael-craig-martin-955

Michael Craig-Martin, Contemporary Art, Sculpture, Fine Art, Pop Art, Installation, Line, Colour,scale

Michael Craig-Martin, Contemporary Art, Sculpture, Fine Art, Pop Art, Installation, Line, Colour,scale

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