Can you read my face? Artists distort faces with magazine pictures to create bizarre expressions
Poking fun at the fashion industry, French artists Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson stick images of facial features cut out from fashion magazines over the models to form new facial expressions.
Photographic Artworks by Aldo Tolino
Photographic Sculptural Art. Aldo Tolino is an Austria based artist and philosopher. He creates images or sculptural artworks from photographs in
Planned that for a while and got stuck pretty heavy in post-processing. Strobist Info: 580 EX against white wall from 1 m distance at 1/2, being positioned behind the subjects to generate this glowing outline. Please look in the first comment for alternative looks and tell me which one you like best. I have looked at his picture to long to decide... Wow, #1 in Explore as of July 11th. Hey everybody, thanks for all the great and consructive feedback. It yielded in a remake that you can find…
This expressive image makes me think about the intentions of the subject. Double exposure has worked effectively in this image, because it allows you to think about the artist's intentions. When I look at this image I think about what the young girl may be thinking. To me I think she looks worried; the way in which she stares looks as if she is in deep thought.
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Des(z)retrato [unportrait] 2010 10 fotografias cortadas e sobrepostas entre chapas de acrílico | 10 cut-out photographs and acrylic layers | 41x31cm "I said, "Rock, what's a matter with you, Rock?" "Don't you see I need you, Rock?" Lord, Lord, Lord All along dem day So I run to the river, it was bleedin' I run to the sea, it was bleedin' I run to the sea, it was bleedin' All along dem day"