Watercolor on tea bags ~ Tea bags were torn open glued to watercolor paper. Paper had been stamped beforehand with text, then designs were sketched painted over the tea bags along with the dragonfly stamp. . . . . ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/ . . . . #art #journal
Personally, I really like this piece of work mainly because of the inspirational feeling to the ceramic. The color of it is really effective as it causes the audience to look at the actual sculpture rather than the colors
Such a smart idea (feed old book pages through a printer to make unique silhouette art). Not gonna lie, I'd probably scan in the old book pages first, and use the scan for the final print. I love my old books, I don't want to cut them up.
See More Beautiful Images of the Pieces in the Met’s Alexander McQueen Exhibit
<b>And then I remembered that he was gone, and silently wept for fashion.</b> The Metropolitan Museum in New York just concluded a show about the man's amazing vision. See the <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/donnad/12-exotic-pieces-of-alexander-mcqueens-work">first batch here.</a>