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Taiwanese illustrator and instructor Chuan-Bin Chung teaches his students about the most minuscule inner intricacies of the human body using an elementary material: chalk. During his demonstrative lectures, he creates meticulously accurate chalkboard drawings of anatomical forms, from the muscles of the face to full skeletal structures. The scrupulous sketches are both informative and aesthetically …

Taiwanese illustrator and instructor Chuan-Bin Chung teaches his students about the most minuscule inner intricacies of the human body using an elementary material: chalk. During his demonstrative lectures, he creates meticulously accurate chalkboard drawings of anatomical forms, from the muscles of the face to full skeletal structures. The scrupulous sketches are both informative and aesthetically …

Here's a gift for your Friday, all thanks to the internet—this film made for Douglas Cockerell & Son marbled papers, a company founded on marbling paper for bookbinding. The backstory of Cockerell Marbling is actually quite fascinating: Started by Douglas Cockerell, the hand marbling company was founded "to restore ancient

Here's a gift for your Friday, all thanks to the internet—this film made for Douglas Cockerell & Son marbled papers, a company founded on marbling paper for bookbinding. The backstory of Cockerell Marbling is actually quite fascinating: Started by Douglas Cockerell, the hand marbling company was founded "to restore ancient

Erik Ravelo, Los Intocables(The Untouchables), 2013 "The first image refers to pedophilia in the Vatican. Second child sexual abuse in tourism in Thailand, and the third refers to the war in Syria. The fourth image refers to the trafficking of organs on the black market, where most of the victims are children from poor countries; fifth refers to weapons free in the U.S.. And finally, the sixth image refers to obesity, blaming the big fast food companies." #art #controversial

Erik Ravelo, Los Intocables(The Untouchables), 2013 "The first image refers to pedophilia in the Vatican. Second child sexual abuse in tourism in Thailand, and the third refers to the war in Syria. The fourth image refers to the trafficking of organs on the black market, where most of the victims are children from poor countries; fifth refers to weapons free in the U.S.. And finally, the sixth image refers to obesity, blaming the big fast food companies." #art #controversial

Artist Lui Ferreyra draws colorful portraits of hands and faces, works that use discrete shapes of color as highlights and shadows. These geometric fragments are blended by the viewer's eye rather than the artist's hand, producing color fields that Ferreyra intends to call attention to the connectio

Artist Lui Ferreyra draws colorful portraits of hands and faces, works that use discrete shapes of color as highlights and shadows. These geometric fragments are blended by the viewer's eye rather than the artist's hand, producing color fields that Ferreyra intends to call attention to the connectio

Artist Lui Ferreyra draws colorful portraits of hands and faces, works that use discrete shapes of color as highlights and shadows. These geometric fragments are blended by the viewer's eye rather than the artist's hand, producing color fields that Ferreyra intends to call attention to the connectio

Artist Lui Ferreyra draws colorful portraits of hands and faces, works that use discrete shapes of color as highlights and shadows. These geometric fragments are blended by the viewer's eye rather than the artist's hand, producing color fields that Ferreyra intends to call attention to the connectio

Jaco Putker produces some unsettling collages which combine digital manipulation with traditional photopolymer, also known as solar plates. The resulting prints, in Putker’s words are “illustrations to fables which don’t exist, but hopefully take shape in the beholders’ minds.”

Jaco Putker produces some unsettling collages which combine digital manipulation with traditional photopolymer, also known as solar plates. The resulting prints, in Putker’s words are “illustrations to fables which don’t exist, but hopefully take shape in the beholders’ minds.”

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