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And since color has such a massive impact on your viewers, it’s important to know your theory. Warm colors give off a fiery message, while cool colors have a calming affect. Analogous color schemes, often found in nature, are pleasing to the eye, while complementary color schemes have a more energetic feel. GraphicDesignMONSTER. Art masterpieces drawn on an office whiteboard by Bill Taylor.
I’m still working on the title. Regardless, she’s the coolest, most creative and talented woman I know. You knew i was going to make one. They are all over pinterest....
(i still am not signed up for pinterest because i don't have time for one more thing but browsing is fun!) So we made one. i took a box of 64 crayons and took out the blacks and browns.i used another small box and doubled up on the good colors i liked and hot glued them to the top of our canvas. DIY Idea: Rainbow Melted Crayon Art & Man Made DIY. Artist and designer Jessica Kerbawy creates these amazing rainbow wall art pieces by gluing a spectrum of crayons on foam core, and then strategically melting them with a heat gun.
The paper wrappers are left atop, with the remains of the colored wax dripping down. Though it may look like something you've seen before, I find these to be pretty clever and unique, and an update on the playing with melted wax and rainbow techniques. Jessica's prices are actually incredibly reasonable, between $25 and $75 depending on the size. But, it's also something you could try yourself, especially now that it's back-to-school season, and large boxes of crayons will be on sale. How to Make Beautiful Beads From Recycled Newspaper - A Storybook Life. I love finding ways to turn everyday common items, which would otherwise go into the garbage, into beautiful items that everyone can enjoy!
So… when I came across a gal who was making beautiful beads from recycled newspaper, I had to share the idea with you! When I saw Helen’s beautiful beads, I asked her if she would mind sharing how she made them. After hearing from her, I realized that the methods used for these beads, were the exact same methods that I have used for several different projects including; costumes, handcrafted paper, and sculpted home decor items. I think what I love about her beads though… is the natural earthy look that they have.
Handcrafted Soapmakers Guild. The beautifully weird world of scientists' tattoos is revealed. Carl Zimmer's newest book — "Science Ink: Tattoos of the Science Obsessed" — is a little different from his previous texts, which have included explorations into some pretty heavy scientific topics, from "Microcosm: E coli and the New Science of Life," to "Evolution, the Triumph of an Idea" and more.
Aside from authoring books, the prolific writer heads up the award-winning science blog on Discover Magazine's website called The Loom. That his most recent book is a gorgeous images-and-essays collection of the tattoos of scientists is a bit of a (pleasant) surprise. iPad Art.