Waldemar Jasiewicz

Waldemar Jasiewicz

Poland / Architect
Waldemar Jasiewicz
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As can be found throughout the book, Hamlet is obsessed with death. He has constantly been contemplating suicide so when he holds the skull in his hand all his questions are answered. The skull to Hamlet represents how we become nothing after death and we all become equal in death as we are just rotting corpses and jumbles of bones.

As an artist - especially a portrait artist - you have to become very familiar with the human skull. It is the foundation of the face. If you are ever going to accurately capture someone& likeness, you need to understand what lies beneath their skin.

Tom French  - Skull Illusion Artwork by Tom French  <3 <3

Skull Illusion Artwork by Tom French. Born in Tom French grew up in Newcastle Upon Tyne, North East England. Tom began his studies at the Newcastle School of Art and Design and went on to graduate from the Sheffield… Continue Reading →


with a double meaning. Optical illusions in art Oleg Shuplyak illusions .Push and chose ."Pictures with double meaning" - so the author himself describes his unusual work, where one image is guessed more hidden.