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Some recent experiments and stuff. Patterned a dress, but then sewed the pieces together randomly and draped it multiple ways.


Diseased lungs from Reports of Medical Cases by Richard Bright

Illustrations by: Frederick Richard Say

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ART: Margriet Smulders’ Narcotic Floral Tableaux

Margriet Smulders photography evokes that feeling of the great Dutch painters of the seventeenth century with theatrical scenes of flowers and fruit. Lush and strangely erotic with the use of huge mirrors, glass vases, rich draperies, fruit and cut blooms Smulders arranges her subject beautifully.

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Normal school: write an essay explaining why this college is a good fit for you.
Art school: draw a picture of a bicycle in your own blood on a paper the size of a car but fold it until it is the size of a quarter when you mail it to us. Do another piece also. It can only be submitted using this obscure website nobody has heard of. Lastly, write three essays that are no more than 200 words and no less than 400 words about the top right hand corner of your drawing.



Martina Carpelan - Rise and Sigh, 2007

Rise and Sigh is a collection of revealing bed linen that plays with incidents often taking place in hotels. Different sleeping positions give different imprints on the sleepers’ body as the messages have been embroidered as a raised reverse image so they will appear properly when embossing your skin.


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