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Simple Shapes No3, open edition giclee print

Simple Shapes No3 is the third in a new series of prints based around shape, form, repetition and colour. Colours used in this piece include tomato red, steel grey, off-white and black on a warm grey background. All my images start life as something hand created, either painted, printed or drawn. My images are then digitally arranged and coloured. The paper size is A3, with a small white border around the edge of the image. The paper measures approximately 11.5 x 16.5 inches. The…

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from INKSPIRATION

WEAR YOUR INK: in a continuous line.Wire #tattoo design, art and culture

Untitled K, a Metal on Steel by Andrew K Green from United Kingdom. It portrays: Architecture, relevant to: black, sculpture, architectonic, diamond, form, network Conceptual Architectural Sculpture / Black Piano Wire .

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from Yatzer

Matt Shlian: The Unconventional Artist and Paper Engineer Talks to

Art Nouveau designs consisted of natural lines and curved lines. This type of style was totally different from the Victorian Period.

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from Etsy

Simple Shapes No4, open edition giclee print

Chloe Hughes-Elements of Design-Shape. All objects have shape or form. Shapes and forms are both geometric. These triangles are one example of shapes used in design. This creates a nice piece of art just by using one shape in this art piece.

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from Etsy

geometrische print, abstrakte Kunst, geometrischer, abstrakte Poster, skandinavische print, minimalistischen Kunst Aquarell abstrakt, Mitte Jahrhundert modern

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from NurtureStore

Up! transforms your construction play from blocks to rockets

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from Etsy

Curves, open edition giclee print in blue

Curves is a new geometric print which plays with shape, pattern, colour and form. Inspiration came from a variety of sources including cut paper

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from Fubiz Media

Urban Photography by Lark Foord

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from Artful Home

Wenge Jive by Kerry Vesper (Wood Wall Sculpture

Wenge Jive by Kerry Vesper. This wood sculpture ripples across the wall with a flourish. The artist hand cuts layers of Baltic birch and *wenge wood*, then meticulously stacks and glues them together before carving and sanding them into the final form. The piece has a protective clear tung oil/urethane finish and has keyhole brackets for mounting. Can be hung in any orientation. Requires no maintenance.

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