Isometric, or orthographic, projection creates ambiguity. This happens because when foreshortening is removed, the image appears flat. This removes from the illusion of depth and the image gains some ambiguity.
Black and white marbling looks exciting because you can clearly see the different tones in the ink, even though it is just one colour
Untitled 2013. revised by karborn. #black #white #photography
Metaphor is a Ritual, manifest number 2 | J.D. Doria | 2013
TONE. The particular quality of brightness, deepness, or a hue of a shade or colour.
Abstract monochrome pattern; black & white print // Paul-Henri Schaedelin
Black | Noir | Preto | Ebony | Sable | Onyx | Charcoal | Obsidian | Jet | Color | Texture | Pattern | Styling |
xaoss: The Petri Dish Project (12a), by J.D Doria, 2014