Good evening everyone, Paula here with my usual Wednesday tour through the galleries!I spent this afternoon buying school’s stuff…The school year will begin Monday, January 28th here in the Southern Hemisphere.
So without further ado here are my picks for today, enjoy!!!!
I’m following her struggle for a long time… enough to know that she is a brave fighter!So first of all, we would like to thank her for your decision to share her story with us.Second I would like to say that her page is so perfect..everything about it just works, and there is so much to see!
I Love to know new artists and she made me to check Google to know Andrei Gorokhov’s art!Igotta say she is great at arranging those pieces of hexagons.The monochromatic tones prevented the page from getting too charged even with so many elements on it.
This one really caught my eye, and I had to come in for a closer look!I Love how Ulla-May placed the frames, it seems to be more than one photo. The neutral color palette with the pop of red is absolutely fabulous.This layout is perfect!
She really made a nice job on the challenge with this page!Love how the artwork inspired her to make a clean and simple layout.Cell phone was invented to make communications easier but now it seems that it’s our body’s extension…always glued to our hands!
This one just jumps right out of the gallery at me…This is such a cool simple non pic layout!So clever way to pass along a message…Love that we don’t know where the the leaping legs will land in…
Love the black and white Lady Di’s fragile eyes photo and all the grunge and inked background with splatters. So great that she made her own handwriting to give more authenticity.Love the grunge feel and the way that she used the red color to illustrate a sad tragedy…So clever!