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413 Me gusta, 2 comentarios - Bella Hadid Updates (@bhadidnews) en Instagram: "‪10/29/17: #BellaHadid out in Rome. @BellaHadid ‬(cr @bhadidupdate )"

413 Me gusta, 2 comentarios - Bella Hadid Updates (@bhadidnews) en Instagram: "‪10/29/17: #BellaHadid out in Rome. @BellaHadid ‬(cr @bhadidupdate )"

Liz Orton ~ "Deltiologies" A series of collages that celebrates + challenges the tradition of landscape photography w dis/reassembly of fragments. Postcard motifs (early 1900's) sorted by motif: lakes, snowy peaks, waterfalls and villages. via lizorton.co.uk

The UK visual artist Liz Orton realized this awesome photo collage series called Deltiologies. In this project she scanned and putted together several early twentieth century pictures, c.

Liesl places each photograph together, playing with scale and context to create a totally fantastical landscape that appears similar to travel photographs. Description from design-milk.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Liesl Pfeffer sent over her fantastic photographic collages. Her most recent series is called Souvenir and it depicts imaginary foreign landscape, includin

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“Changes” Serie NUmer V Collaboration with the talented photographer Anairam for L’Officiel Mexico Handmade collage from c-print. HD print available here full serie on.

Foods Distorted Through Liquid and Glass in Photographs by Suzanne Saroff

Foods Distorted Through Liquid and Glass in Photographs by Suzanne Saroff

LEE FRIEDLANDER’S NEW YORK CITY MANNEQUINS

this photo was taken by LEE FRIEDLANDER’S i love the sky in the photo in the shop window and how the window is see-through as well as the city in in it

In his series Impermanence, South Korean artist Seung-Hwan Oh creates wonderfully distorted photographic portraits by growing emulsion-eating fungus on his

South Korea-based artist and photographer Seung-Hwan Oh has created a stunning ephemeral portrait series intitled "Impermanence." Seung-Hwan Oh immersed his

Abstract Photography!! a ton of photo fragments that when in many pieces seem chaotic, but when put together correctly make up a picture:)

This is definitely an image that plays with lines. The reflection of the building helps to accentuate the movement from one corner to another and the piece still has a simplistic approach.