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By: Dan Mountford, from series "The World Inside Us." These double exposure portraits are created in camera, with a little bit of post production work in Photoshop. So beautiful. Portraits En Double Exposition, Exposition Multiple, Double Exposure Photography, Art Photography, Dual Exposure, Geometric Photography, Creative Photography, Photomontage, Designers Gráficos

a selection of graphic projects

dan mountford portraits///double exposures...could create double exposures and combine with geometric elements screen printed

Double exposure, or multiple exposure is the superimposition of two or more exposures to create a single image, and double exposure has a corresponding meaning in respect of two images. The exposure values may or may not be identical to each other. Portraits En Double Exposition, Double Exposure Photography, Extreme Photography, Photo D Art, Multiple Exposure, Montage Photo, Photocollage, Jolie Photo, Photo Manipulation

Radio, rediscovered.

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I'm going to try to make some type of mountain collage. Mountain Collage by Liesl Pfeffer Collage Nature, Collage Foto, Art Du Collage, Collage Design, Art Design, Photo Collages, Collage Sculpture, Abstract Nature, Nature Prints

Who wants to escape to the mountains with me? • 'The Mountains Wait' collage by Liesl Pfeffer.

Mark Weaver is a graphic designer & illustrator in the New York City area. Here's a personal selection of his illustrations featuring buildings. Illustration Design Graphique, Art Et Illustration, Magazine Collage, Cool Magazine, The Design Files, Art Design, Design Concepts, Art Model, Digital Collage

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According to some of the world’s most prominent futurists, slowness might be as important to the future as speed. We've asked them to explain why. Here are their answers. Julian Bleecker Julian Bleecker, a designer, technologist, and co-founder of the Near Future Laboratory, devises “design-to-think experiments” that focus on interactions away from conventional computer settings. “When sitting at a screen and keyboard, everything is tuned to be as fast as possible,” he says. “It’s about…