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This is really interesting and could be applied to many situations to make meaning - could represent what is going on in her mind, what she is looking at, where she wants to be... so many meanings...

This is really interesting and could be applied to many situations to make meaning - could represent what is going on in her mind, what she is looking at, where she wants to be... so many meanings...

expressive self portrait. What do I want to tell others about myself? How do you show the "inner me?"

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expressive self portrait. What do I want to tell others about myself? How do you show the "inner me?"

Surreal Saturday – Floral and Abstract Portraits by Carne Griffiths

Surreal Saturday - Floral and Abstract Portraits by Carne Griffiths

"Emma Watson, Study for Painting 5" by Mark Demsteader. As part of a series he did with her for a charity event. Oil on board.

"Emma Watson, Study for Painting 5" by Mark Demsteader. As part of a series he did with her for a charity event. Oil on board.

samspratt:  I initially made this quick experimental sketch last year to try to capture a hangover but right now it feels pretty applicable to the scolding-lava-hot summer presently roasting New York.

samspratt: I initially made this quick experimental sketch last year to try to capture a hangover but right now it feels pretty applicable to the scolding-lava-hot summer presently roasting New York.

New in the Shop: Aneta Ivanova's Beautiful Double Exposure Portraits - My Modern Metropolis

New in the Shop: Aneta Ivanova's Beautiful Double Exposure Portraits

Valentin van der Meulen, a French artist, has made in 2012 and 2013 two beautiful series of portraits called “Unseen” et “Untitled”. The artist turns his black and white portraits into abstract artworks in which he destroys the identity and the faces’ features of each person thanks to charcoal and black stone.

Unseen And Untitled Portraits Series

Valentin van der Meulen, a French artist, has made in 2012 and 2013 two beautiful series of portraits called “Unseen” et “Untitled”. The artist turns his black and white portraits into abstract artworks in which he destroys the identity and the faces’ features of each person thanks to charcoal and black stone.

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