The common European sparrow has been around since the stone-age and has lived alongside humans for many years, this modest little bird used to be a common site in the United Kingdom although over recent years numbers have been dropping. So we decided to show our appreciation to this Great British bird by making a quirky range of eye opening pop art inspired wall decals that really add a unique twist to your room. We took inspiration from our ever popular Best of British wall sticker collection using a similar vintage halftone style as a starting point to bring this collection to life.
Working with real imagery of the common European sparrow we started by applying the print effect leaving us with a black and white halftone of the birds shadows and highlights. It was now time to start colouring this taking our inspiration from vivid clashing colours in a Warhol esque style. After looking at all the chosen colour options there were two winners so we decided to make this collection available in both.
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The Binary Box wall stickers will instantly transform any room by adding colour and style. Simple to apply in minutes, all of our kits include full instructions and are easily removable. We have wall decals for kid’s rooms, bathroom, nursery and modern wall graphics for all tastes. All of our wall art can be produced in a variety of colours to suit your decor.
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A mixed media art journal page inspired by the Pop Art of Romero Britto. This was a challenge at the FB group Studio A B See – find it here https://www.facebook.com/groups/studioabsee/
Info about Romero Britto here – https://artbios.net/19-en.html
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I’ve been borderline OBSESSED with the CW show iZombie and after binge-watching the second season in 2 days I decided to do an iZombie makeup look! I’ve seen so many iZombie makeups based on the tv show (there are so many great ones!), so I decided to go for the comic book version. This is the look that happens when she gets a flash of the life of the person who’s brain she eats (eeww! but super cool, right?!) as well as the cover of Issue 1.
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In today’s tutorial I’m finally doing a pop art makeup look. I’ve wanted to do one for so many years, but I just never got around to doing it. SoI’m so happy I finally got a chance to do one. I really wish I had a fun blue or yellow wig, but oh well.. You might be interested in these videos:
Winged Eyeliner Tutorial
How To Apply False Eyelashes
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Lime Crime Liquid Eyeliner – Lunar Sea
Huda Beauty Lashes – Scarlett #8
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This is a variation of the “Autumn Leaves” bracelet. It’s slightly different than the original design since it has one extra outer border. It’s a hook only design and for those of you who have already made the first one, it won’t be too hard to make this one as well. You can use any colors you like, but I’m going to show you how to make it with red, blue, yellow, black and white ones, since I wanted it to have a “Pop Art” look. You will need approximately 156 rubber bands: 20 red, 18 blue, 20 yellow, 56 black and 56 white ones. In this video I’m using opaque ones and for the white part of the bracelet, glow in the dark ones. I hope you like it and thank you for watching!
All the products I used in this video are from the www.rainbowloom.com webstore.