French artist Bernard Pras works almost entirely within the realm of assemblage and anamorposis, a visual illusion where a distorted projection—often made from paint or a collection or objects—must be viewed from a specific vantage point to reconstitute the intended image.
Every single day since November 2010, without fail, Bristol-based artist Guy Denning (previously) posts a daily sketch to his Drawing a Day blog (occasionally mirrored on his Facebook page). It’s well worth following.
If you love movies as much as I do, then you will have noticed that some movie posters are whole works of art. There are so many different ways in which you can design a poster, and so many different emotions you can express in such a small space.
The Riverside Hospital, built first as a smallpox hospital but later expanded to other quarantinable diseases, moved to the North Brother Island in 1885. Today the island is abandoned and off-limits to the public.
You may remember Carol Golemboski's terrific work from her 2007 Project Competition win by CENTER in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Carol is a photographer who uses antiquated objects as metaphors in carefully staged scenes. Her creative process is defined by printing techniques involving complex darkroom manipulations.