Jane Perkins is a British artist who creates incredible reproductions of paintings from a variety of subjects. In the course there is everything: plugs, buttons, combs, beads, sewing accessories, pieces and fragments of various objects and even rubbish (sometimes she have to look for it in the center of processing of household waste). Compounding this diversity, the girl receives accurate images of the most famous paintings and photographs. One “picture” takes about 20 hours of work. The cost of these works is not cheap either. For example, a portrait of Elizabeth II can be purchased for 1,000 pounds.
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