“Any ideas for the new park sculpture?”
“How about a giant, metallic octopus attacking a rook?”
that’s cool as fuck though
WHEN I WATCH PEOPLE ART IT JUST CONFUSES ME SO MUCH I??? YOUR HAND MOVES???? LINES APPEAR???? LINES LOOK GOOD??? LINES MAKE SENSE?? MAKE FACE AND BODY OF PERSON??? ART LOOK GOOD?? HAND QUICKLY MOVES AND ART GOOD?? GOOD ART?? HOW??? HOW DO HAND???? WHAT
When he looked up to see a sign reading, “London Underground.”
For senior project I proposed to complete eight pages of my kids book, start to finish. It was a lot of fun and I learned a lot by working with both my professors on this.
I’ll be continuing this project on my own time, for sure. So expect more of this.
I’ve reblogged this a million times and I’m okay with that..
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La pintura hiperrealista de Lee Price.
she is my favorite painter and these are my favorite paintings
i legitimately dont understand how these are paintings and that makes me happy
i made a chart too
I can confirm that this is 100% factually correct and accurate.
An art student in the UK did this piece for her final. A wedding dress completely made out of divorce papers.
Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer
YOU’RE TELLING ME NONE OF THESE ARE REAL ANIMALS!?!?!?
And here I was thinking this asshole collected sea animals in cereal bowls.
he does more animals now!? ugh. he’s so perfect
Working with thousands of colorful wax sticks, Faur stands the crayons up and arranges the tips into pixelated patterns that form stunning portraits.
THIS PHOTOSET OMG
WAS RUINING A PERFECTLY GOOD COPY OF ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND WITH WATER DAMAGE REALLY WORTH GETTING 8,000 NOTES?!?!?
TREAT THAT BOOK WITH RESPECT, GODDAMNIT. IT DOESN’T NEED TO GO FOR A NICE SWIM, IT NEEDS TO BE FUCKING READ.
GO TO THE TIME OUT CORNER AND THINK ABOUT YOUR CHOICES
It’s a book. A book still in publication in many other formats.
Those formats can be read and enjoyed.
The book isn’t the story. This isn’t “disrespecting” the book.
This particular book was used for another, very valid, form of art.
And it looks amazing.
Coming from someone who LOVES reading, I think we need to stop putting books on a pedestal like this.
Saying this as someone who normally winces when people do those things like cutting books open for those page scupltures, I think this is a fine usage of said book. Seriously, if it’s art, it’s art, no need to shame someone for it. (Even for cutting open books. It may feel weird but there’s no shame in it.)
There’s also several ways ya can treat a book fer water damage, too. An’ this model’s amazin’ an’ the photographer was brilliant. Alice in Wonderland is my favorite story o’ all time, but I think one book getting damaged in the water to honor said book in this artistic display, is worth it.