I utilize an inherent feature of the peanut and make good on its resemblance to something else. For this design I’m using the ‘T’ shape on the back-side of every peanut as the front two teeth on the bottom row. In the photo, the first two are an opened peanut unaltered, the third is a peanut with the lines inscribed and the fourth represents a finished piece.
“If you’re a tech enthusiast, educator, tinkerer, hobbyist, engineer, science club member, author, artist, student, entrepreneur, crafter, or maker of any kind—join us! In partnership with Make: Magazine, creators of the Maker Faire, we’re putting on a Mini Maker Faire in all Barnes & Noble stores nationwide from November 6 through 8. We’ll learn from each other, hear from experts, and work on projects together.” Read more here: Barnes & Noble hosts Mini Maker Faire
Ismael Cavazos has been invited by the Sunset Valley B&N to speak about his art, how he makes it, and the techniques you can use to heighten your creativity whether you are in a boardroom, lab, or classroom. He will be presenting at noon on Sunday the 8th of November. Get directions to the store.
Since March 16, 2002, the date of purchase of ismaelcavazos.com, the site has seen many iterations and today marks another reincarnation! Look forward to updates on the latest art created by me as well as updates on pareidolia sightings that make the news. A sincere thank you to all for your patronage over the years.