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WTJ idea: Maybe you could color the page before you glue in the newspaper pieces for something really colorful

WTJ idea: Maybe you could color the page before you glue in the newspaper pieces for something really colorful

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Portraits created with layers of collaged magazines and books on paper by Patrick Bremer.

Portraits created with layers of collaged magazines and books on paper by Patrick Bremer.

you are not in the news by Sergio Albiac

you are not in the news by Sergio Albiac

Skizze

Skizze

Clara Lieu - The Seventh Eye

Clara Lieu - The Seventh Eye

Italian artist Agnes-Cecile (aka Silvia Pelissero) creates visually striking black-and-white portraits by dripping paint on blank canvases. ~ Visually Striking Black-And-White Portraits Created From Dripped Paint

Italian artist Agnes-Cecile (aka Silvia Pelissero) creates visually striking black-and-white portraits by dripping paint on blank canvases. ~ Visually Striking Black-And-White Portraits Created From Dripped Paint

Visually Striking Black-And-White Portraits Created From Dripped Paint - DesignTAXI.com

Visually Striking Black-And-White Portraits Created From Dripped Paint - DesignTAXI.com

Kimmy Cantrall -links to a blog where grade 4 students did ceramic masks and used oil pasted and black paint for the embellishments.

Kimmy Cantrall -links to a blog where grade 4 students did ceramic masks and used oil pasted and black paint for the embellishments.

Bamileke Beaded Elephant Mask, Cameroon These masks, with beads carefully embroidered onto cloth, take the form of an important royal icon, the elephant, with its long trunk and large ears. The patterns on the front and back panels suggest another royal icon, the leopard. The display of wearing these richly embellished masks and other regalia at court ceremonies was the best evidence of the wealth of a Bamileke kingdom.

Bamileke Beaded Elephant Mask, Cameroon These masks, with beads carefully embroidered onto cloth, take the form of an important royal icon, the elephant, with its long trunk and large ears. The patterns on the front and back panels suggest another royal icon, the leopard. The display of wearing these richly embellished masks and other regalia at court ceremonies was the best evidence of the wealth of a Bamileke kingdom.