Who didn’t play in the dirt as a child? I know I did, a little too much. But Sarah Rosado, an illustrator and photographer from New York, was inspired by the activity. She decided to make a series of images from dirt that creates the illusion of a 3D object while also allowing the viewer to determine what they really are. She calls the series Dirty Little Secrets because of that. People see all art differently, and Sarah has embraced that with her work.
Dirty Little Secrets has been featured in several publications such as Complex Magazine, Garden Design, Bored Panda, and Design Taxi.
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Breath-taking creations. Is it made with weeds?
They are lovely. The artist actually makes it all with dirt and maybe a few other elements.
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Wow! this is really amazing! The gift if art indeed!
It truly is. 🙂
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