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Road trip photo ideas
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The top black square could be an aperture with black charcoal behind it and the bottom square could either be a part of the picture taken from the light and brought into shadow or actually a second picture of the same place from the same vantage point but not in shadow and made the same size as the square removed above and place hovering over the shadow below on a very very thin clear plastic support or underneath the picture and the bottom is ALSO an aperture letting you see into the shadow. (This might be a strong piece too: a large picture shrouded in darkness and the same picture taken in light and the aperture on the top dark picture is placed somewhere that allows you to look into it and move around to see things otherwise hidden in the shadows. So this on a very large painting.)
This would make an awesome color theory assignment.
Holiday card illustration by David Dean
square on square.
Square equals square
Moving by Ryo Takemasa, via Flickr
I just love Mary Blair's illustrations! It feels like she illustrated my childhood. Wish I still had my old "Little Golden Books."
Collage - A Poem from fnktrm on flickr
鄉間小路10月號 by Ra Ra S' Va, via Flickr
Bear in the Woods - illustration by Frida Clemens. (I created an illustration board finally just to add this. It's not 'art' and not 'design' but a perfect mix.)
Annette Kellerman's Feats Of Diving Swimming Illustration Chart 1920s Roaring Twenties Woman. $27.89, via Etsy.