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2009 | Sebastiaan Bremer

Sebastiaan Bremer paints and draws on prints and uses different techniques on the printing processes. (Reflections in the Park, 2009 - acrylic and inks on gelatin silver print on fiber paper)

Sebastiaan Bremer

Sebastiaan Bremer (Dutch, b. Amsterdam, The Netherlands) - Haarlem’s Starry Night, 2010 Acrylics, Ink on Gelatin Silver Print

2008 | Sebastiaan Bremer

2008 | Sebastiaan Bremer

Sebastiaan Bremer, Cocytus, 2007, Mark Moore Fine Art

Sebastiaan Bremer, Cocytus, 2007, Mark Moore Fine Art

2008 | Sebastiaan Bremer

2008 | Sebastiaan Bremer

Sebastian Bremer. Eye #08 (detail), 2012  Unique hand-painted gelatin silver enlargement print with mixed media, 43 7/8 x 40 1/16 inches.

Eye (detail), 2012 Unique hand-painted gelatin silver enlargement print with mixed media, 43 x 40 inches.

^Esther Stocker - very graphical style when framing a space. 3D forms are used to create illusions of 2d manifestations - they highlight architectural and object features:

^Esther Stocker - very graphical style when framing a space. forms are used to create illusions of manifestations - they highlight architectural and object features:

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Ryuji Nakamura. |

Ryuji Nakamura

Set design for Opera “Le Grand Macabre” at New National Theatre, Tokyo. By Ryuji Nakamura. could be attatched to chorus -Ashley

Harry Gruyaert

Harry Gruyaert

La Divina Commedia by Matteo Berton

These illustrations were created by Matteo Berton for a children’s adaptation of Dante’s Divine Comedy. Matteo’s work is full of personality and his use of shape, texture and well balanced colour palettes ensures he produces .

William Blake, Dante in the Empyrean, Drinking at the River of Light 1824-7

William Blake, Dante in the Empyrean, Drinking at the River of Light

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We are the masks that we choose to wear. And without them... nothing.

These very well dressed, mysterious men are the work of French artist Carole Brémaud This would be interesting to try and recreate as a photography collection

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