Kirsty Whitlock embroiders unusual surfaces making the mundane exceptional and challenging the consumer culture by transforming trash into t...

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This is a painting by Irving Penn and it is of decaying/wilting Flowers and the materials used were acrylic paints. i like this because of the small details in the flowers and hot it looks real.

Iceland Poppy/Papaver nudicaule, Irving Penn 2006 Continuation of his original series on poppies, 1969 (Commissioned by Vogue for their Christmas edition) “I can claim no special knowledge of.

Rusty Peeling Paint Texture by Kathryn Wells's Porfolio, via Flickr

dailyartjournal: Rusty Peeling Paint Texture by Kathryn Wells’s Porfolio on…

Despite this setting being broken down and abandoned, its been reconstructed in photo to form a new art form.

Despite this setting being broken down and abandoned, its been reconstructed in photo to form a new art form.

Bermuda doorway in homeless area

worn pastels, building interior, doorway, beautiful decay, patina>Love this look

Ghost house near Broad Street in Garfield. #streetart #patchwork

All the different walls and fireplaces left by the torn down row house.seen quite a few of these in Pittsburgh

Matthew Harris Echo Each approximately 96 x 67 cm Dyed, cut and hand stitched cloth

'Echo No. I' by British artist Matthew Harris. Dyed, cut & hand stitched cloth, 96 x 67 cm.

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