Tea Landscapes

Asian landscape made with tea by Andrew Gorkovenko 5

Last week, I featured Carne Griffith’s mixed-media portraits that include the use of tea and alcohol. And today I’m displaying Andrew Gorkovenko’s latest work made with tea powder—e.g. he used Green tea for the “Great Wall of China” (third image in post), and Black tea for “Ceylon” (second to last photo). Each illustration is associated with the country of origin of that tea type.

Asian landscape made with tea by Andrew Gorkovenko 6 Asian landscape made with tea by Andrew Gorkovenko Asian landscape made with tea by Andrew Gorkovenko 2 Asian landscape made with tea by Andrew Gorkovenko 8 Asian landscape made with tea by Andrew Gorkovenko 3 Asian landscape made with tea by Andrew Gorkovenko 4 Triptea by Andrew Gorkovenko
Photos © Andrew Gorkovenko

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