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Adriana Petit collage after shoot 1 and 2

Plastic Bag Landscapes made with recycled plastics, lights & coloured backgrounds // Vilde Rolfsen #art

Plastic Bag Landscapes

I am not sure what kind of material did this artist used but it looks like he or she used some kind of cellophane which creates interesting look on a painting/picture.

Foiled again // Andreas Schimanski

Saul Leiter: Resurrected: Observatory: Design Observer

The Photographers Gallery Saul Leiter's pioneering colour photography 22 Jan - 3 Apr 2016 Image: Snow, 1960 © Saul Leiter Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Texture : Plastic bag landscapes, by / selon Vilde J. Rolfsen   www.lab333.com  https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863  http://www.labs333style.com  www.lablikes.tumblr.com  www.pinterest.com/labstyle

Plastic bag landscapes, Vilde J. Rolfsen (this isn't happiness.)

Eerie | Creepy | Surreal | Uncanny | Strange | Macabre | 不気味 | Mystérieux | Strano | Photography |

by Oliver Rath creepy, bubble wrap

Lisa Kellner's delicate fabric structures resemble jellyfish or coral as much as something cancerous or viral.

Lisa Kellner's Jellyfish Like Silk Installations - Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design

Matthew Tischler 2012 "Screen Series" photography  / Top: "Untitled #9"  Middle: "Untitled #4" Bottom: "Untitled #6"

"Screen Series" by Matthew Tischler hazy portraits through fabric give a sense of a person without revealing the full details

Susan Derges: THE RIVER TAW, 1998. Camara-less photography: "Susan Derges uses the landscape at night as her darkroom, submerging large sheets of photographic paper in rivers and using the moon and flashlight to create the exposure."

COLOURED GLASS Susan Derges: THE RIVER TAW, Camara-less photography: "Susan Derges uses the landscape at night as her darkroom, submerging large sheets of photographic paper in rivers and using the moon and flashlight to create the exposure.

Fesson Ludovic

In Back to Nature, artist Fesson Ludovic produces incredible sculptures that have the appearance of simplicity, but are actually quite complex.


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