Victoria Siemer explores the idea of fractured landscapes through photo manipulations and collages. Try your own with the Juxtaposer app: http://content.photojojo.com/tutorials/juxtaposer-the-best-layering-app/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CAMPAIGN

Victoria Siemer explores the idea of fractured landscapes through photo manipulations and collages. Try your own with the Juxtaposer app

collage.

she is becoming one of my favorites -Saatchi Online Artist: Erin Case; Digital, Assemblage / Collage "Haircut 1 (with Andrew Tamlyn)"

First let me explain this nice easy technique that can be used to transfer a photo, text or other image to fabric, wood or paper.

photo transfer method - Xylene blender pen & copy must be toner based not ink-jet

Fashion Sketchbooks, Artist Study with thanks to Ania Leike for Art School Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com Art School Portfolio, Fashion, Clothes, GCSE, A Level ,Design, Art, Figurative, Figure, People,

Sleep Paralysis

1/2 photo as taken by student, 1/2 drawing - might use sketchbook ideas for final project

photo as taken by student, drawing - might use sketchbook ideas for final project-Could use with Sketchbook Pro app & layering function

Contemporary Weaving using strips of satin through leather - pattern & texture; innovative fabric manipulation // Martina Spetlova

Contemporary Weaving using strips of satin through leather - pattern & texture; innovative fabric manipulation // Martina Spetlova (Doesn't look like any satin I've ever seen, but beautiful!

I think this photo fits order and disorder because it's a collage of different peoples faces but they make up one person, I think this shows how other people can influence you without you realising.

FRAGMENTS Michelle Claesson Eismann - springboard off her artwork; try piecing together your own face from magazine pictures!

The Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa is “blending together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we’ve been and the things we’ve seen.”

Landmarks Layered into a Collective Memory

Pep Ventosa ~ The Collective Snapshot: Brooklyn Bridge (multiple photographs, merged)

"The Eiffel Tower" - from the Collective Snapshots series | Photographer: Pep Ventosa - http://www.pepventosa.com

Landmarks Layered into a Collective Memory

The Collective Snapshot by Spanish Photographer: Pep Ventosa. The Collective Snapshot is actually a series of photographs where images “blend together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we’ve been and the things we’ve seen.

Idris Khan - Homage to Bernd Becher

‘Homage to Bernd Becher’, bromide print by Idris Khan, 2007 (multiple photographs of Bernd and Hilla Becher's photographs of industrial structures were digitally layered and superimposed into one image)

Der US-amerikanische Fotograf Man Ray, 1890 -1976, porträtierte eine Akkordeonistin. Seine Werke sind dem Dadaismus und Surrealismus zuzurechnen.

The American photographer Man Ray, 1890 portrayed an accordionist. His works are attributed to the Dadaism and Surrealism.

occult-black-and-white-ghostly-experimental-photography-Favim.com-550703.jpg (441×636)

Inspiring image black and white, experimental photography, ghostly, occult - Resolution - Find the image to your taste

The Collective Snapshot is a photographic series by Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa which blends "together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we've been and the things we've seen." He layers multiple pictures from several angles to create one image familiar and foreign at the same time.

“The Collective Snapshot” is a series by Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa that consists of abstract images of famous landmarks created by blending together dozens of ordinary snapshots.

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