Because using photoshop for retouch skin is so mainstream. "Treebeard" by Cal Redback...

Because using photoshop for retouch skin is so mainstream. "Treebeard" by Cal Redback...

Taking double exposure to the next level, because using photoshop for retouch skin is so mainstream. "Treebeard" by Cal Redback.

i realy like this maniupulative image. It shows a teransformation the technique could be used in many different places and contexts.

i realy like the Idea of this maniupulative image. the technique could be used in many different places and contexts. Overlaying/blending different types of images - maybe even funny ones - could then be applied to a projection

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Jordan Clark's collages are image deconstructions that recreate the picture as if looking at it through a prism creating geometric juxtapositions

LESSON 1: Objective- combining tessellations with photography using technology such as Photoshop. Intro to cropping; negative space vs positive space. (optional: consider actually printing/cutting the tessellations to create a puzzle.)

LESSON Objective- combining tessellations with photography using technology such as Photoshop. Intro to cropping; (optional: consider actually printing/cutting the tessellations to create a puzzle.) art and math

Fragmented

“I did not lose myself all at once. I rubbed out my face over the years washing away my pain, the same way carvings on stone are worn down by water. ” ― Amy Tan 'A picture worth a thousand words'

kk love the idea of many images of children making up a larger picture/successful adult. idk. love.

Be super-clever by making up shapes on your yearbook cover using photos. "The kooks: shine on" album cover

mosaic photo - very interesting yet simple for lower El.

mosaic photo - very interesting yet simple for lower El. I like the grid lay out - We could incorporate color this way.

This pic reminds me of the old agency I used to work for OFyt :)

Gainsbourg / Collage of slices of photos / different colors overlayed

Origami inspired by Aldo Tolino   Task: Workshop 2: Using simple folding techniques, produce a creased portrait image (colour or black and white).

Origami inspired by Aldo Tolino Task: Workshop Using simple folding techniques, produce a creased portrait image (colour or black and white). -Draw on top of creased paper to fold -Use paper to create my illustration to then fold and scan in

299302_568549706507928_1186559864_n-540x612.jpg 540×612 pixels

The multiple faces with different emotions all suggest mental disorders such as multiple personalities, bipolar of schizophrenia. This works well with my theme of humans, emotions and mental issues

Andras Visky.     Triple personalities

This shot communicates a lot of emotion through a melancholy colour scheme and a high key lighting technique showing a model with a somber facial expression. The use of a long exposure and a flash creates the illusion of multiple faces.

- i chose this photo because I found it interesting,like the way it shows different views of a woman face.

Hello, I’m Kieron Cropper. I make collage art under the pseudonyum and I live in Brighton. I create artwork using vintage imagery and overlooked fragments of old books and magazines. I then combine these using a series of analogue and digital techniques.

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