Question: Fragments - you could take multiple photos, reassemble them and then draw/paint or use mixed media?

Brno Del Zou Take multiple photos, cut them into different sized fragments and reassemble them in odd places that still work.

fragmented/ syniadau unigryw a gwahanol i greu hunan bortread

This photo is very similar to Gordon Magnin in the style of which it has been digitally manipulated. It shows complete disorder through having several eyes, noses and eyebrows.

Extracts of Local Distance: Countless fragments of existing architectural photography are merged into multilayered shapes. The resulting collages introduce a third abstract point of view next to the original ones of architect and photographer.

From a series of abstract collages titled Local Distance created with fragments of analogue architectural photography, by Benjamin Maus, Torsten Posselt and Frederic Gmeiner

Shattered Pieces All Over, after Granny's Passing

Shattered Pieces All Over, after Granny's Passing

Broken Mirror/Evening Sky is a series of images by New York photographer Bing Wright who captured the reflections of sunsets on shattered mirrors. The final prints are displayed quite large, measuring nearly across by tall, creating what I can only ima


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My process of connecting multiple images together was inspired by a series of works by British artist David Hockney (if i’ts not already obvious). During the seventies and eighties, Hockney e…

David Hockney photo collage of a chair - Hockney shows how several viewpoints can be combined within the one photo montage to create an image that is intriguing and cohesive, despite the distorted perspective.

Mapping 2013 on Behance Use a process like this for "identity/self-concept" activity about skin color/shade/tone/palette.  Put vertical photo strip of every child together on a couple images to make a collective face.

Self portrait ideas Mapping 2013 on Behance Use a process like this for "identity/self-concept" activity about skin color/shade/tone/palette. Put vertical photo strip of every child together on a couple images to make a collective face.

David Hockney

Gillian Mowbray Knighton in Wales, inspired by David Hockney joiners I really think this large joiner composition works so well as its greatly built up with layers really developing depth to the picture

David Hockney Prehistoric Museum Near Palm Springs, 1982 photographic collage  84 1/2 x 56 1/2 in.

David Hockney Prehistoric Museum Near Palm Springs, 1982 photographic collage 84 x 56 in. i choose this photo because I liked the over exaggerated shadow and the black and white

I like how this piece is a different shape. Also, it is cool how the framing is the sides of the bridge and how it's created to make your eyes move and end on the feet.

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.

Collage David Hockney ... Five years from college and I still love his work

This is my favorite David Hockney cubism photo because it shows the sky, the subject(building) and the ground all at once. It includes leading lines and pattern.

My Mother, David Hockney, 1982, photographic collage.  The perspective on this is great. Again, students would be choosing a personal interest for their project and I would want them to photograph that subject in a place that meant something.

Hockney, David / My Mother, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire, Nov. 82 1982 / Photographic collage 47 x 27 in x cm)

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