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Leaf Blocks is a print I recently designed for use on stationery, but I felt it deserved a place on the wall too :). The idea for this piece was to mix some of my leaf drawings with bold blocks of colour. Colours used in this piece include hot pink, grey, tomato red, orange and black on an off-white background. All my images start life as something hand created, either painted, printed or drawn. My images are then digitally arranged and coloured.  The paper size is A4, measuring…

Leaf Blocks is a print I recently designed for use on stationery, but I felt it deserved a place on the wall too :). The idea for this piece was to mix some of my leaf drawings with bold blocks of colour. Colours used in this piece include hot pink, grey, tomato red, orange and black on an off-white background. All my images start life as something hand created, either painted, printed or drawn. My images are then digitally arranged and coloured. The paper size is A4, measuring…

"From Here to There celebrates these ephemeral documents—usually forgotten or tossed after having served their purpose—and gives them their due as everyday artifacts. The more than 140 maps featured in this book, including, among many others, maps of an imaginary country for ants, of a traffic island in Australia, of a childhood fort, and of the Anne Frank House in Amseterdam, are as varied and touching as the stories they tell."

"From Here to There celebrates these ephemeral documents—usually forgotten or tossed after having served their purpose—and gives them their due as everyday artifacts. The more than 140 maps featured in this book, including, among many others, maps of an imaginary country for ants, of a traffic island in Australia, of a childhood fort, and of the Anne Frank House in Amseterdam, are as varied and touching as the stories they tell."

Michelle Caplan – Mixed Media Collage Artist Collage, Suitable for a project called Fragments for GCSE

Michelle Caplan – Mixed Media Collage Artist Collage, Suitable for a project called Fragments for GCSE

This could inspire a silky white to black dress or top for a costume. I chose this picture because it has a type of industrial tinge to it. Koen Lybaert; Oil, 2013, Painting "abstract N° 643"

This could inspire a silky white to black dress or top for a costume. I chose this picture because it has a type of industrial tinge to it. Koen Lybaert; Oil, 2013, Painting "abstract N° 643"

"Jean Giraud - The French illustrator was famous and widely known for his work on the comics Blueberry and Silver Surfer, as well as his work with Heavy Metal, but we came across some stunning black and white illustrations this morning that we thought were beautiful in their simplicity."

"Jean Giraud - The French illustrator was famous and widely known for his work on the comics Blueberry and Silver Surfer, as well as his work with Heavy Metal, but we came across some stunning black and white illustrations this morning that we thought were beautiful in their simplicity."

Here is a vintage clip art image of a White Faced Black Spanish rooster and hen. The illustration is from a dictionary in my collection that was published in 1906. Click on image to enlarge.

Here is a vintage clip art image of a White Faced Black Spanish rooster and hen. The illustration is from a dictionary in my collection that was published in 1906. Click on image to enlarge.

lowcountrydigitallibrary:    Sherman in South Carolina  Weekend history! Tomorrow March 4th will mark 152 years since the black-and-white sketch was printed in Harpers Weekly in 1865 the same year the American Civil War ended. Harpers Weekly printed this image soon after the event. The caption reads Shermans march through South Carolinaadvance from McPhersonville February 1 1865. Sketched by William Waud. About a month after this was published Confederate general Robert E. Lee surrendered to…

lowcountrydigitallibrary: Sherman in South Carolina Weekend history! Tomorrow March 4th will mark 152 years since the black-and-white sketch was printed in Harpers Weekly in 1865 the same year the American Civil War ended. Harpers Weekly printed this image soon after the event. The caption reads Shermans march through South Carolinaadvance from McPhersonville February 1 1865. Sketched by William Waud. About a month after this was published Confederate general Robert E. Lee surrendered to…

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