Sketchbooks are a place to gather, research, investigate and explore ideas. Inspired by John Coplans, the sketchbook page above contains a series of beautiful photographs investigating human skin, texture and form. These include different viewpoints, exploration of shadows and lighting conditions. If you are worrying that your sketchbook is not stunning or exciting enough, remember that it is the quality of your work that matters. Seek first to make quality art.

Photography Sketchbook Ideas – 16 Inspirational Examples

Many high school Photography students are unsure how to present flat, printed photographic images in a creative and visually appealing way. This article provide

art blog - Cristina Troufa - empty kingdom

Cristina Troufa - empty kingdom I want to look at a combination of graffiti art and more fine art styles. The use of negative space could be a way to do this.

Dan Beckemeyer's felted anatomy                                                                                                                                                      More

Dan Beckemeyer's Felted Anatomy

Amazing illustration of the skeletal system with muscle mass that is hand-felted onto handmade abaca paper and stitched-in cardiovascular system. Piece is called "Systems" by Dan Breckermeyer My inner geek. It swoons.

Dementia Darning - Art created with stitches by a very talented woman who cared for her mother.    Mum With White T-Shirt and Balck Cardigan Hand

Dementia Darning - Art created with stitches by a very talented woman who cared for her mother. Mum With White T-Shirt and Balck Cardigan Hand

acid-corrosion cast of arteries    ---    Gunther von Hagens    ---    http://www.bodyworlds.com/en/gunther_von_hagens/life_in_science.html

Blood inside the body? When you see it? alecshao: “ Gunther von Hagens, acid-corrosion cast of the arteries of the adult human hand and forearm ”

I like the way the reflections of all the objects makes it look so realistics. The use of tone to create the glass/shiny effect on the lipsticks and nail polishes

Audrey Flack - "Chanel" - 1974 - My absolute favourite of Flack's works


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