Mátyás Jankó
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пропорции человеческого тела: 11 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

пропорции человеческого тела: 11 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

Say what? Fuckin cardboard!

Say what? Fuckin cardboard!

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Artist Kiel Johnson and Crowd Sourced Cardboard Dancing Robots | Hi-Fructose Magazine

Artist Kiel Johnson and Crowd Sourced Cardboard Dancing Robots | Hi-Fructose Magazine

recycled art by Michael Bartalos

recycled art by Michael Bartalos

6 Amazing Things About TAB Classrooms - The Art of Ed

6 Amazing Things About TAB Classrooms - The Art of Ed

*Paper Sculpture - "Ayla" by Fabián Di Luciano (Recycled Cardboard)

*Paper Sculpture - "Ayla" by Fabián Di Luciano (Recycled Cardboard)

French painter and collage artist Anastassia Elias creates tiny scenes with paper inside cardboard toilet paper tubes. Anastassia uses paper the same color as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate pictures of people, which gives the illusion that the scene taking place inside the walls are actually part of the roll itself. The models, which sell for £90 each, come alive when light is shined through the roll from one end. The details and depth of each piece is impressive.

French painter and collage artist Anastassia Elias creates tiny scenes with paper inside cardboard toilet paper tubes. Anastassia uses paper the same color as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate pictures of people, which gives the illusion that the scene taking place inside the walls are actually part of the roll itself. The models, which sell for £90 each, come alive when light is shined through the roll from one end. The details and depth of each piece is impressive.

Ordinary Behavior: Cardboard Electronics Containing Absurd Miniature Dioramas. See more from the series on Colossal: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/06/ordinary-behavior-cardboard-electronics-containing-absurd-miniature-dioramas/

Ordinary Behavior: Cardboard Electronics Containing Absurd Miniature Dioramas. See more from the series on Colossal: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/06/ordinary-behavior-cardboard-electronics-containing-absurd-miniature-dioramas/

LESSON 2: Objective- working in small groups, students will create a cardboard relief that illustrates an EoA, while working in a series (about 4-9 pieces). Later, combine each series set to create 1 large display of the elements of art. Maybe exclude the EoA: Color.

LESSON 2: Objective- working in small groups, students will create a cardboard relief that illustrates an EoA, while working in a series (about 4-9 pieces). Later, combine each series set to create 1 large display of the elements of art. Maybe exclude the EoA: Color.