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The Art of Alex Gross

The Art of Alex Gross

Glenn Barr - Art / Shop / Prints and More | www.glbarr.com Lorenzo Duran - Designaside.com - StumbleUpon L’artista spagnolo Lorenzo Duran si avvale delle foglie come tela per le sue incisioni. Dopo il lavaggio e l’essiccazione, rimuove con precisione chirurgica ed estrema cura i segmenti in eccesso, usando una tecnica simile a quella del tradizionale paper cutting. Quest’ultimo passo è ovviamente il più difficile vista la fragilità del materiale scelto, il risultatò di questo processo è una serie di affascinanti disegni geometrici incredibilmente belli e dilicati. Grazie a Francesca per il suggerimento. via: illusion.scene360.com 500 DESSINS 30+ Hardly Found Actually Funny Illustrations and Few Tutorials Wanted to do something fun today. Had to do a lot of collection in order to find the best illustration that can actually are funny. Trust me there were not many who could actually meet the criteria of being funny. Anyhow, after so much effort I had to give out something so, to keep the post worthy other than couple of laughs I thought of combining it with some useful illustration tutorials. So, if the illustration don’t give you a good laugh then try to avail the opportunity to learn and create one real funny illustration of your owns. You don’t know how creative you can be, it is just a matter of thinking and doing. You Might Find it Interesting: Bonus – Interesting Illustration Tutorials If you are inspired what you have seen then probably you would like to learn how to master in such skill. Create a Cute Panda Bear Face Icon Creating Bart Simpson Vector Character in Illustrator How to Illustrate a LeBron James Cartoon Character Create a Gang of Vector Ninjas in Illustrator

Martin Harris art.com Steve Smith - StumbleUpon I don’t know what’s the deal with these hyperrealist artists, once again, great work, but absolutely no information…so I’ll just tell you to look at Steve Smith’s pretty paintings, who apparently dreams of sunny days, holidays and sunglasses. Can’t say I blame him!

Gary Baseman TUTORIAL: Coffee Stirrer DIY Wall Art - makeanddogirl.com Last week, I posted a preview of the simple, inexpensive wall art my mom and I created. Now I’m excited to show you how you can make a one-of-a-kind coffee stirrer masterpieces too! I’m big on projects that anyone can do. And this is one of those projects. If you can smear paint on wood and use scissors, you can make this easy art. Here’s all you need to get started: 1. Additional Supplies: 5. Okay, first things first. So, once you’ve got your palette, it’s time to paint your frames and your coffee stirrers! My mom and I did our painting as the sun was setting, which is always a questionable decision. I was going for the reclaimed driftwood sort of look. Once your coffee stirrers are painted, it’s time to trim them to fit into the frame(s) you’ve chosen. I found the quickest way to do this is to measure one stick to be the length you need it and then use it as the guide for trimming all the others. After I finished the set of three, I realized I didn’t like the red splashes of color.

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