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conte on Kozo tissue  Tony Ameneir

conte on Kozo tissue Tony Ameneir

Many seem to think splatters are thoughtlessly tossed onto a design to make it a painted or inked style, but that's way too much of an oversimplification. The great amount of time spent on pieces like this are, ironically, largely focused on creating the effect that the designer spent no time at all. Making something come across as naturally occurring requires a lot of artificial effort. This "organic synthesis" requires a lot of intelligent design.

Grafisk glæde

Ink and water don't mix.but when they do it looks pretty cool! The font is Linotype Didot Bold and the designer is Craig Ward. /// love this the water ruining the ink just amplifies the quote i want it!

Mid century art Modern art Retro print geometric art Prints

Mid century art Modern art Retro print geometric art Prints Scandinavian print Minimalist Eames abstract Wall decor wall art Abstract art

Staining or dying textiles with natural products such as coffee and tea is an inexpensive, non-toxic method for altering cloth. It's an easy way to create a vintage look, or to disguise those badly stained kitchen towels—not to mention, the process smells a whole lot better than using commercial dyes!

How To Dye Textiles With Coffee & Tea

Staining or dying textiles with natural products such as coffee and tea is an inexpensive, non-toxic method for altering cloth. It's an easy way to create a vintage look, or to disguise those badly stained kitchen towels—not to mention, the process smells

Maps illustrations by Ed Fairburn -- stunning

Ed Fairburn’s all new map-works are simply fantastic.

victoriousvocabulary:  VULPINE [adjective] 1. of or resembling a fox. 2. cunning or crafty. Etymology: from Latin vulp(ēs), “fox”.[Jessica Roux]

Archival giclee print of Foxes, illustrated by Jessica Roux.Printed at x or at x to order on premium, thick matte paper by a museum quality printer.

6x6 Insect Print - Damselfly

6x6 Insect Print - Damselfly

Large Red Damselfly (Pyrrhosoma nymphula) This is a limited edition print from an original series sold at an exhibition recently.

pick a leaf. To keep it from drying out, fill a small bag with water and tie it to its stem. place the leaf on a felt-covered board, and put a negative directly on the leaf. place glass over the leaf, clip the glass and board together, and put the assemblage in the sun. check the image periodically to see how it’s “baking.” The process can last days or weeks.

Binh Danh: Chlorophyll Printed Photographs - The English Group

Terry Winters ‘Field Note (2)’, 1992Display caption  Although Winters works from biological illustrations, he prefers not to reveal his specific sources. He wants his prints, like his paintings, to conjure a range of associations, deliberately creating images 'where meanings are open-ended'. Like his paintings, his prints combine allusive natural and organic forms into complex abstract imagery. Field Notes (2) and (4) suggest a range of natural forms from cellular or crystalline structures…

Terry Winters ‘Field Note caption Although Winters works from…

The organic artist : make your own paint, paper, pens, pigments, prints, and more from nature / Nick Neddo. The natural landscape is not just a source for artistic inspiration--it's a source for art supplies too. Whether he's teaching you how to gnaw your own twig brushes or manufacture ink from black walnuts, primitive arts instructor Nick Neddo has the knowledge you need to start crafting your own art materials.

The Organic Artist. Make your own paint, paper, pigments, prints and more from Nature. By Nick Neddo.

In my neck of the woods, it’s almost rhubarb season! So I thought I would repost Sumi von Dassow’s article on how to make a baker for rhubarb crisp, from the Pottery Making Illustrated archives. In this post, Sumi demonstrates how she makes her lovely square baking dishes (that are great for any type of... Read More »

How to Make a Square Baking Dish and Fill it with Rhubarb Crisp

Try using DIY carved and bisqued cylinders to roll textures onto slabs and add variety to your forms.

Paint Brushes I made from creatures of the landscape. Bristles: goat fur, deer fur, skunk fur, coyote fur, cat whiskers (found, not cut or plucked!). The ferrules are all made from turkey feathers and the handles are a variety of twigs from hardwood trees. Want to learn? From my new book. Get your signed copy of The Organic Artist directly from me: http://www.nickneddo.com/shop/the-organic-artist-book photo© Susan Teare

The Organic Artist book

Paint Brushes I made from creatures of the landscape. Bristles: goat fur, deer fur, skunk fur, coyote fur, cat whiskers (found, not cut or plucked!). The ferrules are all made from turkey feathers and the handles are a variety of twigs from hardwood trees. Want to learn? From my new book. Get your signed copy of The Organic Artist directly from me: http://www.nickneddo.com/shop/the-organic-artist-book photo© Susan Teare

As Above So Below (2016) by Danny Duncombe @dannyduncombe_studio is a series of unique architectural sculptures that explore the relationship between form and function and the properties of space. The series takes its name from the link between exterior appearance and interior experience - the notion that we are not always aware of what is expressed and what is hidden in ourselves and in others. Many of the pieces in the series contain stories words and phrases etched into the internal clay…

'As Above, So Below' Ceramic sculpture series by artist Danny Duncombe. Nº 150200716 Mid-fired, unglazed Moroccan Sand stoneware.

Organic Linen Drawstring Produce Bag Screen Printed by madderroot

Organic Linen Drawstring Produce Bag- Screen Printed with Fern Design- Reuseable Bag

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