Friday, January 23, 2015

"Peculiar"

 Cover of March 1949 issue of  Fantastic Adventures by Alexander Kohn. (Via WikimediaCommons)
I am a bit late again, but here we go...


The Challenge for this week is:

"Peculiar"


Use the photo. Or express the word "Peculiar" some way in your collage. Or use both, a photo and a word. Word don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).




Saturday, January 17, 2015

"Marsala"

Hello and good New Year to everyone! I am a little bit late, but better late than never? So let's start a new year with the color challenge!



"Hardy, robust, satisfying, fulfilling. At the same time there's a certain glamour that's attached to this color," offered Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute.


Create a collage with "Marsala" color. You can use other colors too, but there must be something "Marsala" in the collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.




Friday, December 19, 2014

"Winter"

Fiskaregr√§nd, Stockholm by Axel Axelson (1854-1892)(Via WikimediaCommons)


The Challenge for this week is:

"Winter/Holiday/Christmas/New Year"

I think we could have a sort of Christmas break...well, not really.  I mean let's have this same topic/s  for 4 weeks. You can post as many entries (actually, you can always do that) you like.  And when the next challenge is due (16th of January) I will be back home in California.

Happy Holidays and New Year!
Use the photo. Or express the topic  "Winter", "Holiday", "Christmas" or/and "New Year" some way in your collage. Or use both, a photo and a word. Word don't have to show up in your collage.

Post your creation to your blog or other website and  leave a direct link to your work using our LINK FEATURE at the end of this post.

(Click the image larger and save it to your computer, print it or use digitally. The image is public domain, so you can freely use it also with your other creations).