Izabela Cookson

 
black and white image with distorted typography, distortion of the word SON. Along with the typography are lat, organic shapes, in black.
8 black and white images, some are really busy, some have a smooth texture, some are rough and textured
Font that looks like insects (like ladybugs) if they were in the shape of letters. Circular font that has been mirrored and where they intersect, they are filled in.
Images of a female presenting person in empty space reaching out towards an orange, textured orb, waiting to touch the orb.
Female presenting person in a bathtub with their body curled up and holding an orange, textured orb.
Charcoal still life of pearls, box, bottle of cooking oil, small circular box tied with a bow,  and albums stacked against the box.
Sketches of boxes and cylinders in various perspectives.
3/4 view self portrait in front of a computer done in oil pastel.
Oil pastel still life of a pitcher, apple, and 2 candles.
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Izabela Cookson

Composition Twelve, black and white photography collage of designed items that are personal to me, then manipulated, distorted, and composed in Photoshop.

Compilation of Compositions One, Three, Nine, Eleven, Nineteen, Twenty-One, Twenty-Six, and Twenty-Seven, black and white photography collage of designed items then manipulated, distorted, and composed in Photoshop.

Adalia Font, original display font created in Photoshop

Compilation of Images 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 of the image series "NOT YOUR FANTASY NOT FOR YOUR VIEWING". Photos manipulated and edited in Photoshop and typography created in Illustrator. A response to the word touch, imagery created revolving the word touch.

Image 2 from the image series ""NOT YOUR FANTASY NOT FOR YOUR VIEWING" Photo manipulated and edited in Photoshop and typography created in Illustrator. A response to the word touch, image created revolving the word touch.

Charcoal still life with objects representing femininity, charcoal on bristol paper.

Sketches and practice of various boxes and cylinders in multiple points of view to learn and reinforce skills such as angle sighting, comparative measurement, etc.

Self portrait done in pastel on toned paper. 3/4 view of my face in front of the computer, where the blue light reflects on my face, allowing me to saturate and use blues and purples and multiple colors to my advantage.

Oil pastel still life of green glass pitcher, apple, and two candles.