More to explore:
Diamond Tooth Taxidermy // Beth Beverly
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.
Jumbo size Japanese matchbox label - circa 1920 Next tattoo?
Tree Bark www.arcreactions....
Masaji Yoshida: Ground No 3 1959 Japanese Woodblock Print
Andy Goldsworthy Yes, I arrange these just because--but never like this.
'Bell child' (1950) by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988). Ceramic. via Mondoblogo
Shizuo Fujimoro, Night Train, 1914 woodblock print
Paul Klee, Tower in Orange and Green, 1922 - watercolour, ink, and graphite on paper, bordered with ink
Paul Klee, Rough Cut Head, 1935. In this pin Paul Klee used a lot of straight, diagonal, dark and light lines. Cian Atkinson Art 6/03