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Photo Illustration 3 I chose this because the illustrated water flowing on the real hand is a cool mix between real and fake. I think we could use the simplicity of this design for inspiration.

Detail from Seurat's La Parade de Cirque (1889), showing the contrasting dots of paint used in pointillism.

Detail from Seurat's La Parade de Cirque (1889), showing the contrasting dots of paint used in pointillism.


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Pictures of people wearing the perfect clothes to hide against the background.    In a series very similar to “Waves” by Wilma Hurskainen, photographer Bence Bakonyi combines perfect placement and just the right colors of clothing to capture his subjects blending into their background…

Pictures of people wearing the perfect clothes to hide against the background

Pictures of people wearing the perfect clothes to hide against the background. In a series very similar to “Waves” by Wilma Hurskainen, photographer Bence Bakonyi combines perfect placement and just the right colors of clothing to capture his subjects blending into their background…

Adriaen van Utrecht, 1644, Pronk Still Life  Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Adriaen van Utrecht, 1644, Pronk Still Life Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

The Artist's Letter Rack  William Michael Harnett  (1848–1892)  Date: 1879 Medium: Oil on canvas  
I'm a sucker for trompe l'oeil.

The Artist's Letter Rack William Michael Harnett (1848–1892) Date: 1879 Medium: Oil on canvas I'm a sucker for trompe l'oeil.

Pablo Picasso, "Still Life with Compote and Glass" (1914-15)

Pablo Picasso, "Still Life with Compote and Glass" (1914-15)

Avigdor Arikha. Antropos (Momento Mori for Samuel Beckett). 1999

Avigdor Arikha. Antropos (Momento Mori for Samuel Beckett). 1999

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warpaintpeggy: “ INCREDIBLE DRESSES IN ART (113/∞) Juliet Inness by Irving Ramsey Wiles, 1903 ”

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"When I placed the very last brushstroke on my painting "Marilyn" after a two-year involvement...no one applauded. I stepped down from the scaffold.  It was 3am. Snow covered every inch of earth and sand. The snow-silence was white and loud.  It comforted me. It seemed to envelope me.  It became my friend.  When artists are alone at those times, we receive other rewards. -Audrey Flack, from "Art & Soul, Notes on Creating"

"When I placed the very last brushstroke on my painting "Marilyn" after a two-year involvement...no one applauded. I stepped down from the scaffold. It was 3am. Snow covered every inch of earth and sand. The snow-silence was white and loud. It comforted me. It seemed to envelope me. It became my friend. When artists are alone at those times, we receive other rewards. -Audrey Flack, from "Art & Soul, Notes on Creating"