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Hana Jirickova in “Tell me what you want as fast as it comes to you” by Collier Schorr for i-D Magazine, Pre-Fall 2015.4

Hana Jirickova in “Tell me what you want as fast as it comes to you” by Collier Schorr for i-D Magazine, Pre-Fall 2015.4

Fashion Textiles sketchbook.. i just think it looks like a vintage sketchbook because of the old autumn like colours, various textures, illustrations and typography.. a lush mash of everything!

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Fashion Textiles sketchbook.. i just think it looks like a vintage sketchbook because of the old autumn like colours, various textures, illustrations and typography.. a lush mash of everything!

I like this sketchbook due to the dark colours in the background and the technique used to do this. The background is completely filled using paint in layers. The dark browns and reds make a background for the writtten work - these colours are roughly joined with cool colours which make a detailed water and boat scene. I like the way the writing becomes part of he painting. . The overall effect is breathtaking.

War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)

I like this sketchbook due to the dark colours in the background and the technique used to do this. The background is completely filled using paint in layers. The dark browns and reds make a background for the writtten work - these colours are roughly joined with cool colours which make a detailed water and boat scene. I like the way the writing becomes part of he painting. . The overall effect is breathtaking.

Fabulous Artworks by Spanish Artist Gabriel Moreno's Illustrations website: www.gabrielmoreno.com

Fabulous Artworks by Spanish Artist Gabriel Moreno's Illustrations website: www.gabrielmoreno.com

Gabriel Moreno y su increíble creación plástica

Gabriel Moreno y su increíble creación plástica

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream