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Fragmented Architecture by Mui-Ling Teh
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medium: intaglio print

completed in 2002, age 16

A thick piece of paper was first damped, then rolled between layers of newsprint paper to absorb access moisture, and then rolled through a press with the inked plate.

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Comments

  • andreasphoto
    andreasphotoalmost 7 years ago

    great drawing

  • Marion Chapman
    Marion Chapmanalmost 7 years ago

    This is marvellous. How did you segment the areas so effectively?

  • I had a photo of the building which I drew a grid over. So basically each square in the print is from the grid I drew over the photo.

    – Mui-Ling Teh

  • artlein
    artleinalmost 7 years ago

    A wonderful effect and very pleasing to the eye!

  • Matt83artist
    Matt83artistalmost 7 years ago

    Very unique! Great work!

  • RosaCobos
    RosaCobosover 6 years ago

    t is a very good scketching..
    And the idea of fragmenting buildings is really lively.
    One can give or invent an story for each of the squares..
    Each of them has a Soul inhabitant..
    A memory of the building ..
    a different voice..
    and a different touch..
    As the different keys of a musical instrument.
    Rosa

  • Thanks. Your comment reminds of what a lot of people said when I drew this: “Is it looking through a window?”

    – Mui-Ling Teh

  • David Lampkins
    David Lampkinsover 6 years ago

    My, how talented you are!
    Wonderful sketches in your porfolio…

  • Cate Townsend
    Cate Townsendover 6 years ago

    Beautiful and intricate work

  • Jason D. Laderoute
    Jason D. Lader...over 6 years ago

    Very Well Done, You are well Disciplined artistically, don’t ever let this talent grow weary, you are well gifted Mui-Ling Teh

  • Thank you prisoner. It was wearing away after I started university because I was also so busy and so stressed out, but now I’m trying to catch up, and being apart of this community is really motivating me.

    – Mui-Ling Teh

  • Jason D. Laderoute
    Jason D. Lader...over 6 years ago

    Lots of encouraging and Gifted People here at Red bubble, I am glad to meet you.

  • Robert O'Neill
    Robert O'Neillover 6 years ago

    Great work once again. i like the fragmented touch—as if looking out of a window. Very impressive and creative.

  • Wow Rob, thanks for all the comments, favs, and adding me to your watchlist! A lot of people thought this image was one looking out the window, but if you look closely, you’d see that if you put the sqaures together, it would become an image; whereas if looking out the window it would take away parts of the building. I’m, glad you like this and thanks for insights.

    – Mui-Ling Teh

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