Aoltered book art. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/
This heartbreaking print "Overheard on the Titanic" was made by blacking out words in a newspaper article with a Sharpie marker. Beautiful.
Harry Potter Mirror of Erised by KateBloomfield
Blackout Eyelet Midi Dress Fall Inspo by Ivory Lane
Tom Phillips ~ [no title: p. 33], From A Humument Vol. II, 1970 (relief print on paper)
Poetry through subtraction. Great activity to use newspapers/magazines for recycling. What a neat idea...may have to try this year in our poetry unit.
Found Poetry? Recycle pages from old books for students to "find" poems or create a "found" passage of deeper meaning, humor, etc.
black is authoritive, powerful, evokes strong emotions, and too much black can feel overwhelming. black represents power, sophistication, elegance, formality, mystery and the unknown.
Wow. First, brilliant. Second, this would make a phenomenal exercise for a composition class of any sort, to demonstrate either reading between the lines, completely revising something, or the ability to shorten a piece to the bare bones
Tom Phillips ‘[no title: p. 238]’, 1970 © Tom Phillips