Posts tagged white
On a cold November day a very brave girl danced atop the cliffs.
Model: Denise Karlsson
Styling & MUA: Mariam Zakarian & Denise Karlsson
Photography & editing: Mariam Zakarian
Awesome assistant: Andreas Lenner
Location: Tullinge, Sweden
Just a little drawing for fun, exploring colorful makeup options.
Color pencils on paper, A4
Finished in 2009
One of the first assignments we got when I started my B.A in Digital Design in 2009 was to create a monochromatic dinner. My group decided to take on the colors white, red, black and green and we each cooked food that had the same color -mine was red. Luckily, the presentation was more important than the taste for one of the prizes, so my photos and design won a jar of candy for my group. Fuck yeah, candy!
Some new prints were added to the Web Shop from the Chicago collection, including one that has not been posted on this site yet!
These are exclusive, limited edition prints, signed and numbered. First come, first serve!
RECORDED BY: RALF REDDING & RASMUS MISÁ HODAP HANSEN AT UNGDOMMENS HUS FREDERICIA
MIXED BY: JEFFRO LACKSCHEIDE
MASTERED BY: TREVOR SADLER
ARTWORK AND OTHER PROMOS BY: MARIAM ZAKARIAN
MODEL: JANNIKE OLOFSSON
A small piece about domestic abuse.
Pencils on paper
No photo references
Finished in 2010
Finished in 2009. Took around 6 hours.
Photo references were used.
Pencils on paper.
I enjoy playing with symbols and iconic imagery, so I had a little fun with Marx and Ché.
Photo references were used, naturally.
Pencils on paper.
Color pencils on sketch paper.
No references used.
Finished in 2007
I’ve always been fascinated by The White Rabbit from “Alice in Wonderland” as I share the feeling that there are never enough hours in a day.
This is a mixture of digital and traditional media. The main image is a watercolor painting with color pencil detailing, which didn’t get scanned too well, so I started to play around with it in Adobe PS CS4 to see what would happen.
The frame is an edited version of a photo/brush stock
This was a gift for a couple of my good friends.
Pencils on thin sketch paper.
Took me approx. 2 days to finish.
My final high-school project for art class.
Finished in April, 2006
Acrylics on board.
It measures 2,55m x 1,30m (roughly 8’4” x 4’3”….and I’m 161cm tall, you do the math) and took me 2 months of hard work to finish.
This is a painting about change and choices and creating and self-expression. You can let misfortunes drain the life out of you or you can use them to feed pretty things, filtering bad blood through pure white flowers.