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Fingerprint thin line illustration

Fingerprint illustration design in black over white. Flat design with thin lines. Colors are editable. Great for your next detective project!

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Printable Fingerprint

Arrange your fingerprints (by dipping your fingers in ink) on white paper. You can then enlarge with a copier and put them up on the walls. You can al...

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Dactylography: The Scientific Study of Fingerprints

Fingerprints are an excellent means of identifying people because each individual's fingerprints are unique and remain unchanged during their lifetime.

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Trippy Drippy Skull Photo paper poster - 8×10

This Trippy Drippy Skull illustration only looks good on prints as it's complex color grades make it difficult to be seen on garments the way I currently print. This poster has a partly glossy, partly matte finish and it'll add a touch of sophistication to any room. • 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick • Slightly glossy • Fingerprint resistant Epson Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper is between a gloss and matte finish, providing you with highly saturated look and maximum ink coverage. Because of its saturation and resistance to fingerprints, luster paper is a popular choice for giclée quality photographic prints. 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick Paper weight: 7.67 oz/y² (260 g/m²) Slightly glossy Fingerprint resistant

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Fingerprint Vector Art & Graphics | freevector.com

Download thousands of user submitted free vectors for personal and commerical use from vector artists all over the world.

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Identity

Well its back to school time, and in preperation for class I began looking up the topic of identity. This is one of the areas that my senior students must complete. I came accross this site and not only did it provide good ideas on identity projects, it provided many other ideas for art class, it is well worth a look. http://www.pbs.org/art21/education/studentartprojects/index.html#. Have any of you run a scheme of work on identity, if so please share. http://www.vam.ac.uk/school_stdnts/schools/projects/image_identity/image_identity_0607/index.html This site also has some excellent photographs of students art work. I found a great piece for an identity project too. I like the thumb prints/typography projects on this site. http://www.danieleatock.com/project/holley-portraits/ see the picture above.

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Robert Winston's Utterly Amazing Science – in pictures

To celebrate winning Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize for a third time, Robert Winston shares some of the most exciting experiments and facts from his book Utterly Amazing Science

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Joe Testa-Secca Fingerprint Face Abstract

Captivating lithograph of Fingerprint scan with facial elements by artist Joe Testa-Secca (American, b. 1945), C. 1990. #155/175. Signed lower right. Presented in metal frame and mat. Shipped without glass. Image size: 33.75"H x 25"W. Joe Testa-Secca art has been an important artistic force in the art world for decades. His works are well-represented in private and corporate collections, primarily in the Central Florida area but throughout America as well. Testa-Secca has been painting in a variety of modes for more than 60 years. As a child, he enjoyed drawing and painting so having parents that supported him in this pastime gave him lots of room to nurture as a budding artist. He became serious about making art a career during his service in the Navy when he was given the job of medical illustrator at the San Diego Naval Hospital. Upon his discharge from the Navy in 1954, he went on to get both his bachelors and masters degrees in art from the University of Georgia. When he returned to Tampa, he set up a studio at his home and proceeded to paint some work on speculation and accept some commissions. His popularity soared. It wasn’t long before he was invited to join the art faculties at both the University of Tampa and the University of South Florida. He chose the University of Tampa for its smaller class sizes and historic atmosphere. Over his 30-year tenure at the University, he rose to chairman of the art department and finally chairman of the division of fine art. After his retirement from University of Tampa in 1995, his title changed to professor emeritus. He continues to paint professionally to this day, “enjoying every minute of it.” Over the years, dozens of his collector fans have grabbed almost everything that came out of his studio. A handful of his retained work is now being made available for sale.

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"Reading Between the Lines - a message within a thumprint in fabric art"

Reading Between the Lines - a message within a thumprint in fabric art

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