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processpracticeresearch:

Cartography portraits - Ed Fairburn

Ed Fairburn explains, ‘I paint, draw and construct using a flexible range of tangible media across a wide range of surfaces and contexts, allowing my practice to exist across various disciplines.’ 

This quote by the artist really links in with this brief as I am required to combine two processes to complete my final design, so looking at Fairburn’s work really has given me inspiration from a technical perspective not just visually.

 http://blog.patternbank.com/cartography-portraits-ed-fairburn/

(via fuckyeahcartography)

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bag-of-dirt:

Chinese civilians watch an aerial battle between Japanese bombers and Chinese fighter planes in Hankou. The Japanese had set out to bomb the city on Japanese Emperor Hirohito’s 37th birthday. Hankou, Hubei, Republic of China. 29 April 1938. Image taken by Robert Capa.

bag-of-dirt:

Chinese civilians watch an aerial battle between Japanese bombers and Chinese fighter planes in Hankou. The Japanese had set out to bomb the city on Japanese Emperor Hirohito’s 37th birthday. Hankou, Hubei, Republic of China. 29 April 1938. Image taken by Robert Capa.