The Real Life Models a series by Flora Borsi.
Nowadays almost every photographer use graphics software to complete the picture, like many painters used ‘original version’ in the past. Some artists use pure imagination to paint their artworks, others may prefer to create art by using a real life model as reference for the anatomy. What if these abstract models were real people?
New abstract work from one of my favourite artists Matt W. Moore. Plenty more to see on his portfolio.
The Human Printer is a design collaboration amongst University of Derby students who can reproduce the CMYK halftone printing effect - by hand!
Unlike any other printer the human printer creates unique, individual images each time it prints. Following the same process as a digital printer, the human printer generates the printed product by hand. Throughout the printing process the human printer assumes the role of the machine and is therefore controlled and restricted by the process of using CMYK halftones created on the computer.
Paintings by Lara Cobden.
Based on a central theme of recollection and a sense of place my paintings are informed by observation, memory and dream: an imagined, coverted past that is unreal, a magical realism. Recognizable but not specifically representational, my paintings pull between the chimerical and the familiar—reinterpreting the ordinary and exploring the boundaries between memories and fact, reality and imagination. These paintings are a subjective and individual response to the natural world around me, seeing the fantastical and magical in nature.
(via Faith is Torment)
Living on a long dirt road for over 20 years, Scott Wade developed a method for creating detailed and shaded pieces of art in the dust of dirty car windows. Brilliant!