The third project was to create a trompe l'oeil using photographic imagery.  We were also given words to work with; mine was 'superimposing.'  Old shears and scissors were my inspiration, because I was interested in their metallic sheen and interesting shape.  By layering images of scissors on top of each other, I created a floral-esque print. The background is a curvy hand-drawn pattern that works to soften the spiky feeling of the scissors. For the colors, I chose the word 'stark' to describe the black and white tonalities in the scissors. 
Below are two variations on the background.
Scissors Print
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Scissors Print

The third project for my Print II class challenged us to create a trompe l'oeil pattern derived from photographic imagery, while working within t Read More
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