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portrait d'une femme / rebecca cairns

Titel: Shadow People Maker: Rebecca Cairns Jaar: 2009-2010 Dit brengt naar voren hoe ik me soms voel van binnen, dat ik mezelf niet kan laten zien en gevangen zit. Dit plaatje inspireert mij dan ook omdat je zonder gezichtsuitdrukking toch de expressie kan zien/voelen, door de handen die je ziet en de lakens als benauwing voelt. Ook door de contrast tussen zwart en wit. (Dit moet me dan weer meteen denken aan de film: Mirrors)

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from Hative

30 Cool Shadow Art Examples

German artist Moto Waganari crafts intricate human sculptures using filigree wires, but there are hidden surprises in his works of wired art. The artist uses light to tease out the ‘alter egos’ of his sculptures, which splay out on the wall as dramatic, two-dimensional shadows.

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from TheMetaPicture.com

Amazing Shadow Art

Detail, colour, and cohesive images emerge from a collection of seemingly erratic items - making elegant sense of what can be a jumble of user data and generated content.

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from 9GAG

Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster - I do like work with a bit of lighting & shadows!

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Un traitement des ombres saisissant (surtout l'image des carrés de couleurs qui forment des visages !)

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Too Cool! #StarWars #Shadow #Art http://photo-sharpen.com

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from A Skeptical Designer

JUST AN ILLUSION # 229

What appear to be plain, minimalist surfaces (perfectly trendy on their own), used for projection, come to life - images, text, and logos appear from the ether within the projected environment on every surface, weaving light art inside that projected environment, influencing and transforming it.

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from BuzzFeed

21 Amazing Examples Of Shadow Art

working with shadow could be very challenging and would only work at certain times of the day unless I added artificial light. I love the unexpected effect though

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from My Modern Met

Incredible Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli

The shadow art of Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli is the result of carefully calculated projections of light. Using mathematics to produce each visually compelling and mind-boggling piece of work.

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ah..... I did a project like this at uni! its amazing what shadows achieve!

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