This page illustrates a range of great GCSE Art sketchbook ideas… such as the mixed media (textured wallpaper cuttings) that have been used in the fish drawings. The second sketchbook page depicts drawings of small flax items that the students made using traditional Maori weaving methods. This allowed the integration of a hands-on sculptural task, which gave extra variety to the course.
Entice (110096) - Harlequin Wallpapers - A beautiful overlapped tree design with a bead effect showing in silver/grey beads, white and beige on shimmering cream - other colour ways available. Please request a sample for true colour match. Non-woven product but please paste the paper.
Surma and Mursi tribes of East Africa's Omo Valley. Inspired by the wild trees, exotic flowers and lush vegetation of the area bordering Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan, these tribal people have created looks that put the most outlandish creations of Western catwalk couturiers to shame.
Glass panel, designed for the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art, Turin, 1902 - this was posted in a Flickr photostream showing various works by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. I love the simple, elegant style of this piece - just beautiful.
From the website at the link: Iris Van Herpen is a Dutch born fashion designer. She shows her collections at Amsterdam International Fashion Week. Now, she just won the prestigious Dutch Fashion Award. Her sculptural creations, are phenomenal handicraft works that enchant. The twists of textiles create stellar geometries that remind sparkling body roaming in the sky. I think the
I just found out I was secretly voted “Most Likely to be Bohemian” in college… Seriously. I love Bohemian inspired design and expressing my inner gypsy, plus it fits right in with my ongoing global wanderlust. Boho style is a great way to show off your eclectic (random?) travel souvenirs and create an international feel …
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The blue oasis we call home: Earth is photographed with a high-definition 121megapixel camera - creating the sharpest image of our planet yet Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2142884/Earth-Stunning-picture-Russian-weather-satellite-shows-definitive-image-planet.html#ixzz1uei5jjGT