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O artista Patrick Bremer recorta tiras de papel de livros, revistas e jornais para criar ilustrações sensacionais com colagem.
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An interview with Brighton artist Patrick Bremer

O artista Patrick Bremer recorta tiras de papel de livros, revistas e jornais para criar ilustrações sensacionais com colagem.

An interview with Brighton artist Patrick Bremer

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Repetition w/Variation Series of 12 small drawings of an obj. Doesn't req thumbnails. Investigate the obj from diff sides, angles & distances. Make a grid w/12 squares. Consider diff options for establishing a grid. No more than 5% of the piece should be white. Save the white for the brightest highlights. Push your darkest-darks so your obj & lights pop out. Vary line weight. Don't flatten your piece by enclosing the obj in a heavy outline. Consider the balance of the piece as a whole.

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The use of different materials creates a bolder effect. The use of colours and shades adds texture to the image intriguing the viewer. The photographer has created a balance of different materials giving the image unity.

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High school art exam project by Tarika Sabherwal, based on the topic: 'A bunch of keys'. An excellent example showing the journey from realism to abstraction - awarded Top in the World! (100%)
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Ideas for Abstraction: International GCSE Art exam 100%

High school art exam project by Tarika Sabherwal, based on the topic: 'A bunch of keys'. An excellent example showing the journey from realism to abstraction - awarded Top in the World! (100%)

Ideas for Abstraction: International GCSE Art exam 100%

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