Above and below is the work of Sarah Gerats. The above picture reminded me a lot of Hans Belmer’s work. http://www.sarahgerats.be/
(more greytones!)
This is a rubbing of a bear omen carving from the Wu Liang Shrine that we studied in my Chinese art history class. I really like the graphic and comic quality of it. It was made in 151 AD in Shandong province (wish I had remembered that for the midterm. oops.)

Gary Duehr takes cellphone pictures of photos in newspapers and magazines (of current events) and then prints them on very large pieces of textured watercolor paper. He is currently having a show at SPACES gallery. http://www.spacesgallery.org/