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Sketchbook ideas: mixed media (textured wallpaper cuttings) integrated within drawings.

Shells, Fish & Sea: An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook

This exquisite, finely-detailed A* IGCSE Art sketchbook was completed by Hania Cho in 2002, exploring a Coastal Environment theme.

Global warming is the biggest threat to our world today. Species are endangered and habitats are destroyed because of the huge carbon output of human industries and activities each year.

Sotaku - Anime, Manga, Cosplay, Gaming, Movies,TV Shows, Comics, News, Gifs, Fanart and more!

Black black heart Illustrations by US based arist Wenqing Yan. Wenqing is a Practice of Art major at UC Berkeley with a focus on environmentalism and Anime & Manga

Zander Olsen Tree, Line ‘This is an ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint.’

Zander Olsen

Channelling the great walker-scupltor "Richard Long":http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/richard-long, Welsh-born artist and photographer Zander Olsen is slowly wrapping the UK's woodland in white material. _Tree, Line_, Olsen says, not shy of a pun, is "an ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest" – one that explores the relationship between "tree, not-tree and the line of horizon." A frustratingly focussed website suggests Olsen has all of his time wrapped up (sorry)…

artist study: A Level Art

How to be successful and enjoy your A Level Art exam

Emily Fielding gained 100% for A Level Art, while studying at Kennet School, England. Emily shares tips and advice for students who are sitting the A2 Art exam.

Multimedia artist Reynald Drouhin’s revises crystal clear landscapes in his series ‘Landscape Monolith’, by turning sections of the land upside-down.

Multimedia artist Reynald Drouhin’s revises crystal clear landscapes in his series ‘Landscape Monolith’, by turning sections of the land upside-... - a grouped images picture

Multimedia artist Reynald Drouhin’s revises crystal clear landscapes in his series ‘Landscape Monolith’, by turning sections of the land upside-down. By placing odd shapes directly in the center of the horizon he creates a window into a distinct, new plac - created on 2013-09-24 22:12:53

Horizontal Rows of Film Reconstruct Landmarks

Post Ratio Goods

Landmarks are what makes a city recognizable, thus have become one of the most photographed structures out there. Seen in just about every person's travel

Gravity Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads

The Amazing Gravity Defying Land Art of Cornelia Konrads (With Video!) - Cube Breaker

Cornelia Konrads’ gravity defying art makes it seem as if she has some magical button that allows her to stop time. Her land art makes objects appear to be in the middle of a free fall, or perhaps in the midst of being swept up by some devastating storm. She’s been practicing her unique style …

Amazing art journals/sketchbooks

alisaburke

Since Lucy arrived I have managed to make my life as an artist a priority- its been a challenge but oh so necessary (read more about it here). And while I have not once struggled with lack of inspiration or ideas (this was one of my early fears) it has been interesting to see how the inspiration and ideas have evolved in just a short amount of time. I still have my "go to" stuff that I love to draw, paint and create but now I have a whole new world to explore though art. Lately much of the…

DECAYING FINE ART BY VALERIE HEGARTY

About - Beautiful/Decay

Paint slipping off the canvas, woodpeckers poking holes through landscapes, and watermelon paintings rotting right off the stretchers are all images that can be found in the beautifully decaying paintings and sculptures of Valerie Hegarty. See more deconstructed, mutilated, and decomposing artw

Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

Check out this arresting series of images by photographer Christian Ruhm. The German artist created these wibbly wobbly pieces with multiple exposures (no post-processing work here) — a simple photographic technique that gives rise to a striking take on some of the world's most iconic architectural landmarks.

Richard G. Auxilio

Richard G. Auxilio