The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor

The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor I love these picture because they are a true representation of what our society looks like now a days.

Martin O'Neil | Cut Up...

Martin O'Neil Cut Up portraits; could communicate fade/loss; transformation of who you are into who you could be; have the pieces re-gather in an upside down version, maybe a photo of the person younger then who they are now

With just a conventional utility knife, Madrid based photographer and artist Pablo Thecuadro cuts apart fashion editorials and photographs to create collages. I love the surreal, trompe l'oeil quality to them - you can literally spend minutes just admiring each piece!

Pablo Thecuadro

wetheurban: “ Handmade Collages by Pablo ThecuadRo Keeping old school craft alive in the digital era! A closer look at the mind-bending handmade collage artworks of Spanish photographer and artist Pablo Thecuadro.

Bright Colored Silouettes In Vintage Photography t by Hayley Warnham « Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design

I like these digital collage works from British artist Hayley Warnham. Solid, bright color meets vintage and personal photography in the pictures, which capture a nostalgic, innocent vibe. The use of flat color with found photography evokes the wor

FASHION - ROSANNA JONES PHOTOGRAPHY

WEEK 5 - Eduardo Mixed media paintings/oil by Rosanna Jones Strong sense of realism and bold colours. The gestural brushstrokes combined with the realism creates an energetic feel.

British artist Abigail Reynolds creates multilayered abstract collages

British artist Abigail Reynolds creates multilayered abstract collages

triangle collaging

Dee Mon Cheel Dren Art Print by Jordan Clark. This work give me an idea for my portraiture project.

"'While you were sleeping' was inspired by the legend of the win-laik-pya or 'soul butterfly'. It is believed that the soul-butterfly flies abroad when its owner is asleep, wandering through time and space, meeting the soul-butterflies of other persons and animals and returning when the owner awakes. Burmese children are still taught never to awaken anyone too suddenly, for fear the win-laik-pya cannot get back in time, in which case the person dies, or worse, lives on, without a soul."

Diy : Miroir en cartonnage et noeud avec broderie au ruban dans passion cartonnage et broderie n° 8

Su Blackwell’s paper dress installation, While You Were Sleeping (it makes me think of the end of Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride")

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