inspiration outside the lines

 June 8, 2012 –                                     Friday Faves: Canvas, Paper, Scissors

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I distinctly remember our section on collage in my Drawing 101 class.  It was kind of painful for me.  I wanted to create interesting beautiful work, but had a hard time getting past memories of third grade art class and Elmer’s glue.  So it isn’t any wonder that some of my favorite work is of the cut and paste variety.. These artists have found the secret to what I was longing to do!Read more… 43 more words

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Meghan Vogel helps fellow runner Arden McMath to the finish line. (Screen grab courtesy of Yahoo! Sports Blogs)

On Saturday, West Liberty-Salem (Ohio) High junior Meghan Vogel won a state title. Incredibly, that might not even be what she or anyone else remembers most about her day at the Ohio Division III track and field state meet, because she later committed one of the most selfless acts of the year on the track: She stopped running the 3,200-meter final to help along a foe who had collapsed just 20 feet from the finish line. More here…

 

About

Grace Hamilton, UK artist and illustrator

Born and bred in Hertfordshire in the UK, I spend my days drawing pretty girls with sad faces and beautiful clothes. As an avid fairytale lover and vintage fashion enthusiast I aim to create a sense that each girl is captured in the middle of her own love story.

Please feel free to visit my etsy shop for prints!

http://www.etsy.com/shop/skiesdreamblue

Illustrator Masato Shigemori combines the traditional art of his home country of Japan, with modern pop culture and fashion to create a truly unique and distinctive style.

 

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Advertising imagery has become such an integral part of our cultural landscape that products are often instantly recognizable simply by their logos.  Like his Pop Art predecessors before him, Jacksonville, FL artist Mark George takes inspiration from the inescapable world of advertising, putting his own spin on the Mad Menera.Of course, there are obvious parallels between George’s work and that of Pop Art icon, …
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May 11, 2012

Emotional Pop: Mark George

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3 Comments to “inspiration outside the lines”

  1. He is soo cute!!!! I wish my little brother Was on tv cause then I could maybe be $$$$$$$$$$

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