Ronit Bigal est un artiste israélien qui travaille la photo et l’infographie. Sa technique utilise les aspérités du corps humain pour y intégrer des textes en utilisant les techniques du bas-relief. L’objectif explore le corps humain pour y découvrir des espaces cachés et érotiques. Un véritable voyage mêlant photo et typographie avec de surcroît, l’utilisation de textes bibliques venant sublimer les parties du corps humain…
When calling the black Indian ink calligraphies by Israeli artist Ronit Bigal minimal art, it’s actually meant literally. Her work is composed of tiny Hebrew letters and it takes thousands of them to cover the skin
The Fuwenjun has famous artist to design a conceptual photography which is presenting the new ideas and concept. It fulfills the lack of artwork, and conceptual arts are a movement that presents the conceptualized inside the photo frame.
REPLAY by Pinpin co - Installation - mixed media, 2012 @ guardian garden, Tokyo / Her drawings are done with a fine 0.38 gel ink pen. The work is temporary; only remaining through her photographies. Her photographic choices say nearly as much as those made in her illustrations, dictating for viewers how they witness her decorated subjects. Especially stunning are her images with stark, black backgrounds: they pop her characters forward, emphasizing their drawn nature.
Inspiration: Hypnotic Body Calligraphy by Ronit Bigal
This shows PATTERN because it shows repetition of the the words throughout the hand and it creates a pattern that's predictable because they all go in a line around the hand. and this shows balance throughout.