This Mixed Media Art by Sandra Chevrier is Creatively Cultivated #Fashion #Art

Comic Book Collage Portraits

'cosmetic surgery' series - alma haser [link to alma haser's website]

Alma Haser prints out portraits of people, folds them into a complex origami shape, places the shape back on top of the face, and re-photographs it in her "Cosmetic Surgery" series. Uncanny valley much?

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The Digital Glamour of Marcelo Monreal

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

Digital Collages by Marcelo Monreal

Digital Collages by Marcelo Monreal

Collages by Marcelo MonrealFaces (Un)bonded is a surreal series of collages signed by Marcelo Monreal (born a digital collage artist from Brazil.

there were nights when the winds of the etherium, so inviting in their promise of flight and freedom, made one's spirit soar.

Wybawca, Stars, kind of frightening. reminds me of a Prozac dreaming once had. but it was pinhead-sized black beetles instead of stars

Andy Gotts: Behind the actor's mask  Andy Gotts has been #photographing celebrities for more than two decades, often in black and white, but always with #imagination and an ability to bring out an aspect of the character of the sitter.  His most recent project, Behind the Mask, has seen him travelling the globe to #photograph more than 100 actors and actresses who have won or been nominated for a #Bafta (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) award during the past 50 years.

Behind the actor's mask

Scarlett Johansson lostinscarlett: “ Scarlett Johansdon photographed by Andy Gotts MBE as part of Behind the Mask, a set of snaps of over a hundred actors and actresses that.

manny robertson

Embroidered Metropolis - 5 April, 2013 Photography, Thread, installation x x © MannyRobertson

Des visages des figures des coupages et des collages

Des visages des figures des coupages et des collages

French photographers Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson have created a series of portraits of people who look like they have had cosmetic surgery. But in fact they applied sticky pieces of magazine photos on the faces of their models