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Great Portraits Made From Love Letters E-mail
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Great Portraits Made From Love Letters

U.K. based artist Jamie Poole creates large scale portraits using strips of paper cut from poems and pieced together with painstaking precision. For his latest project Jamie used love letters and poems that his fiancé wrote to him over the last 2 years to create this incredible life-like self portrait. Jamie says of his work, "As text is layered the words, lines and phrases are repeated and embedded into the work creating a unifying physicality.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 March 2013 )
Amazing Portraits With Chewing Gum E-mail
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Anna Sophia Matveeva, from Makiivka, Ukraine makes sticky representations of superstars from an exceptionally atypical material – utilized mulling over gum. Each one of her craftsmanships numbers over 1,000 bits of mulled over gum.

22-year-old Anna Sophia Mateeva states she concocted the thought of making abstraction with mulling over gum by mishap. She was voyaging with a companion in an car and they were both biting on the rubbery treat when she acknowledged the versatile texture of the gum made it a perfect abstraction medium. She recognized a couple marks of hued air pocket gum and chose to give it a go, just it wasn’t as straightforward as she supposed. As a substitute for biting on each bit of gum, Anna attempted letting them in water then afterword modelling them with her hands, however she observed the material got folded and might not adhere to the canvas. The creator later studied its a compound in our salivation that makes the gum quite an amazing material to work with, so she began biting without end at her procurements, until she acknowledged it was improbable for her to bite every bit of the gum she required, without anyone else present. Besides this is where it gets disgusting…

Amazing Portraits With Chewing Gum

Ms. Mateeva required over 1,000 bits of mulled over gum just for the picture of Apple author Steve Jobs, so she asked her spouse, her relatives and some of her associates to bail her out. Regardless of the possibility that the gave bits of gum were hard, they held the required salivation chemical, so they simply require some time in the microwave before being stayed onto the canvas. Every of her mulling over gum works of art holds the DNA and spit of regardless a couple of dozen individuals, and Anna formed and put every last piece with her exposed hands. In any case, the creator told The View she is not in any way nauseated by the procedure, as she sees herself needing to adapt to the same issues as a dental practitioner or a surgeon.

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