“Rodriguez is known for two kinds of portrait styles that he calls, “Topographical Portraiture” and “Type Faces”. Topographical Portraits, are made by stylizing a portrait with topographical lines and shapes in a similar manner to those found through images on geographic maps. Type Faces, incorporate typography and portraiture. Rodriguez developed these techniques in order to explore his interest in social, historic, and cultural hybridity.” See more of his work below.
Jessica Wohl, Goldface, 2011. embroidery with gold thread on found photograph, 8 x 10 inches. Like this idea of sewing not a photograph has possibilities for students development and use of photography.
perfect for warm cool colour lesson - I wonder, would it work to pull a fork or hair pick carefully through wet paint to create the windows in the skyscrapers? Could be great fun to make wavy lines in a wavy building!