Bridget Riley. Around 1960 she began to develop her signature Op Art style consisting of black and white geometric patterns that explore the dynamism of sight and produce a disorienting effect on the eye. Her works were said to induce sensations in viewers as varied as seasick and sky diving.
inspiration for collaborative piece. could be drawings of eyes or mouths. frame could be drawn around the edge with black marker. pieces can be glued together as a collage or pinned separately to a wall.
A destination beyond one's view of life, that's what this picture is saying to me. The editing to create to what might seem as an illusion, shows a whole different perspective to how we see people as of now. The manipulation of the city within her eye was done really well which makes the photo even more realistic than possible!
One of my favorite makeup routines for cosplay or circle lenses () Will be posting more eye makeup routines so follow me! ヽ()/ The Routine 1. Eye Primer 2. Contact lenses. (G&G Shinny Green from @pinkyparadisedotcom ) 3. Tightlined eyelash line with black. 4. Eyeliner. I believe that different eyeliner styles suit different eye shapes so play around with eyeliner and experiment to find what you like! 5. Lined lower lashline with white. 6. Matte nude eyeshadow on eyelid. (I chose light…
Footprint Snowmen - a bit more complex but very effective! Paint feet white and stamp onto blue card. Cut around the print and wait to dry. Stick onto white card and add arms (pipe cleaners or just paint on), black top hat and eyes, nose, buttons etc. Job done!