Working primarily with calligraphy ink and liquids like tea, brandy and whisky, Carne Griffiths draws both human and floral forms in the most unique and abstract way. “Alcohol has a curious effect on ink, taking the colour deep into the paper very quickly – it behaves very differently to water and gives permanence to some inks” explains Carne.
Howling Wolf Hand Painted on Turkey Feather, Framed, via Etsy.
Expo ARMAN au Centre Pompidou
ARMAN "Long Term Parking", 1982, Dimensions: 1950 cm, Description : Accumulation of 60 automobiles in concrete. 19,5 m. Parc de sculpture Le Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, France
Ink, Tea & Alcohol
bonheur visuel condensé à 90%
Un implant de stiletto ça vous tente ?
Makes my feet hurt just looking at it - kinda like how they feel when I wear really high heels. Hmmm...
Worming Portraits 2012/2013 by Markus Müller, via Behance