Ring installation by Arnaud Lapierre distorts and reconstructs reality through the layering of reflections and voids. The cylindrical environment warps visitors' perception of space into a simultaneously reconstructed and deconstructed reality.

Arnaud Lapierre - Ring installation mirror cubes put together

Traditional photographers have long been able to create two exposures on a single piece of film. This technique is now also easily achieved digitally - overlaying images using a ‘multiply’ or transparency filter, for example. This example shows how the integration of two different scenes can help to strengthen the ideas communicated within an artwork.

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Matthew Spiegelman - Portal. Original in colour. S)

Trippy Mirror Photo Created Without the Help of Photoshop photography

Vivian Maier Photographer | Official website of Vivian Maier | Vivian Maier Portfolios, Prints, Exhibitions, Books and documentary film

Undated, New York Vivian Maier. Courtesy of John Maloof Vivian Maier: Self-Portraits Photographs by Vivian Maier, edited by Jo.

Schizophrenia- i have chosen this image as i think it is a good representation of what i think it might feel like to be locked away in an asylum with this disorder.

I really like this photo as it is not just disguising the person themselve but it is also disguising emotion that the girl is feeling. It almost gives the impression of an explosion of feeling and emotion. It can also present the feeling of insanity.

Fantastic double-exposure photography - City Silhouettes Project By Jasper James http://www.jasperjames.co.uk/files/gimgs/8_silhouettes006.jpg

double-exposure photography - City Silhouettes Project By Jasper James

Layered Landscapes by Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Layered Landscapes by Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi do this with prints, layers.lights from plane at night , fields.getting closer.detail on rock and lines

The Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa is “blending together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we’ve been and the things we’ve seen.”

Landmarks Layered into a Collective Memory

It's my face, but somehow I am not there. Her eyes and her face are someone else's and not my own.

amber ortolano black and white b&w

David Hockney | http://www.hockneypictures.com/home.php

david hockney It is a photomontage of a bridge. I like this because it looks like the bridge is bending out of the montage. This is a digital montage. This is successful because of all the angles the bridge is taken from showing the whole bridge.

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