Video: The magic of watercolors: the whole world between black and white
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Incredibly beautiful in its graceful simplicity of illustrations Elisha Elidanto initiate the audience into a magical world, where small children fearlessly look into the eyes of huge wild animals. Neat watercolor silhouettes reveal a delicate and subtle connection between the beast of prey and natural curiosity.
Indonesian artist Elishia Elidanto (Elicia Elidanto) from Jakarta creates her illustrations exclusively in black and white, but she manages to use shades of gray so gracefully and skillfully that the finished work is perceived as a whole world, complete and holistic, despite the lack of color.
Ukrainian photographer Anton Surkov also uses a grayscale for its series of photosfull of passion, emotion and movement. Each photo captures an incredibly emotional moment of a kind of dance of feelings and bodies against the background of scattering chalk dust.
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