sculpture & photography

exhibition: Photography into Sculpture/The Evolving Photographic Object › Michael de Courcy Untitled Photoserigraph and corrugated cardboard boxes 12 x 12 x 12 inches each box; overall dimensions variable

David Hockney

David Hockney inspired, interesting way to do a photo-based body image/body scan

An enlarged detail from the A Level sketchbook page above, illustrating the beautiful complexity and depth of layers in each laser cut portrait.

Paper Cuttings, Monoprints and Collagraphy: Exciting A Level Portraiture

Laser cut portrait by high school art student Lucy Feng Perfect for GCSE question Fragments

Hockney inspired front on portrait with profile portraits facing in or out - image inspiration: Sonalika Jain 'Joiner"

photojoiner-uses different angles to create a full image, it stitches parts of the face together to create and never before seen image

Excellent David Hockney inspired montage . .

This isent a picture by David Hockney but someone created this inspired by him and it pretty cool from a point of view of someone driving.

The Road to York through Sledmere, 1997 oil on canvas, by David Hockney.

The Road to York through Sledmere, David Hockney, 1997 oil on canvas, in. Probably one of my favorite Hockney paintings?

This is a Photo joiner of the New York Highline. I created this using about 50 images all from a single stationary position. My technique was inspired by artist, David Hockney.

This photojoiner is intriguing because all of the various pictures line up to create a cohesive picture, but you can see that all the different photos were taken with slightly different orientations and from different angles.

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