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A new take on our favorite 'drip' technique. Scribble some #Gelato over the top of the canvas, mist it, and let it drip! Using multiple colors and layers gives it this amazing multi- dimensional look. By Swarup Murphy.

I am thinking that these pretty and simple can centerpieces would be amazing bridal shower centerpieces! :) But they could be used for so many different events (baby showers, family get togethers, BBQs, holidays, etc or just because you like them!

OLUNDA Picture IKEA Motif created by Phil Sheffield.</t><t>The subject is cut and folded out from the background, giving the picture an added depth.

Easy abstract painting that anyone can do! Just blob the paint on the canvas in random spots and blend! (would be interesting how students could make different pictures w/ the same colors and same blob positions)

Book art (If anyone knows the artist, please let me know.) #art #painting #creative #book

These large-scale elaborate papercut pieces are by Brazilian artist Analu Prestes

Christian Faur’s crayon art looks more like a rasturbated photograph than a portrait made of colored crayons. After scanning a photo, Faur breaks the picture down into color blocks. Then he closely aligns thousands of colored crayons to recreate the image. Truly amazing!

this would be a good example of how something can be abstract, but discernible. by . olya leontieva