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Wow. I've seen a lot of art, but this is definitely the first painting (illustration would probably be more accurate) I have ever seen that was done with a date stamp.

Wow. I've seen a lot of art, but this is definitely the first painting (illustration would probably be more accurate) I have ever seen that was done with a date stamp.

Erika Iris Simmons usa bobinas de fita cassete, vídeo, etc recicladas para recriar famosas fotografias de artistas. Seu site é: www.iri5.com/

Erika Iris Simmons usa bobinas de fita cassete, vídeo, etc recicladas para recriar famosas fotografias de artistas. Seu site é: www.iri5.com/

British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster are a creative team known for their experimental art including these mind-boggling light and shadow sculptures. The duo forms abstract works from, which upon first glance, look like nothing other than straightforward piles of trash. The excitement for the viewer comes when a single light illuminates the pile and creates an entirely new piece of art—usually portraits of themselves—formed with the combination of light and shadow projected onto the…

British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster are a creative team known for their experimental art including these mind-boggling light and shadow sculptures. The duo forms abstract works from, which upon first glance, look like nothing other than straightforward piles of trash. The excitement for the viewer comes when a single light illuminates the pile and creates an entirely new piece of art—usually portraits of themselves—formed with the combination of light and shadow projected onto the…

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Glasnost Pop!

Crayon art DIY 1) Print off a black and white portrait. 2) Tape it to cardboard. 3) Use an x-acto knife to cut out all of the negative or positive space. 4) Move the pieces you keep to canvas, and trace. 5) Tape over whatever you don't want colored. 6) Melt your crayons. 7) Peel off the tape (Could skip 1-4, and draw the image directly on the canvas.) by proteamundi

Crayon art DIY 1) Print off a black and white portrait. 2) Tape it to cardboard. 3) Use an x-acto knife to cut out all of the negative or positive space. 4) Move the pieces you keep to canvas, and trace. 5) Tape over whatever you don't want colored. 6) Melt your crayons. 7) Peel off the tape (Could skip 1-4, and draw the image directly on the canvas.) by proteamundi

FUN FUN FUN......WHAT ELSE  could be done  with those old tapes from?  VHS TOO'   IVE SEEN RIBBON, WHAT ELSE/ my little elves?

FUN FUN FUN......WHAT ELSE could be done with those old tapes from? VHS TOO' IVE SEEN RIBBON, WHAT ELSE/ my little elves?

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