Combining two images of the same subject by slicing each image and then piecing them back together.

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.

Figure in horizontal line - http://www.thrivesolo.com

Line- the different lengths and widths placed by each other composes an image of a woman's figure. By placing lines at various distances from one another, the image gets more structure and gives the illusion of a body. A variation in width gives more dime

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.

idea for video work.

to ] Great to own a Ray-Ban sunglasses as summer gift.Correspondance collage - photos by Gorka Postigo diciembre 2010


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Every reform movement has a lunatic fringe

Collage // portrait / fragmentation grade Students can cut up self-portrait photograph after they finish their drawings and have an accompanying piece. Collage with text?

nearlya:     Alexi K - Artist    Two Torsos, Female 1, Woman Disrobing, 2012

splashes-of-red: Alexi K, Cognitive Polygraph (Woman Disrobing), 2013 (Pen Ink) Featured here ~nice contour drawing

Illusion: The collage art of Jordan Clark.     (Image © Clark)    http://illusion.scene360.com/art/29415/freaky-triangle/

Freaky Triangle

Jordan Clark's collages are image deconstructions that recreate the picture as if looking at it through a prism creating geometric juxtapositions

Weaved photographs? Nope. Vintage photographs chopped up into perfect little diamonds, mixed up with each other,  and then rearranged into new dizzying images. Whoa. Today’s lovely touch of vertigo is brought to you by Californian artist Allison Diaz.

Vintage photographs chopped up into perfect little diamonds, mixed up with each other, and then rearranged into new dizzying images. Today’s lovely touch of vertigo is brought to you by Californian artist Allison Diaz.

Jérémy Tourvieille | #ilovetheseguys

Image Based Design- The artist focused in on the eye and emphasizes that by causing a ripple effect in the center of the picture. Mapping 2013 – editorial design layout with circles

collage silhouette.  cut/trace silhouette from the photo and replace with photo/pattern/paper to create this effect.

When Art becomes Cool Pictures

i like this image because it uses 2 different pictures. it looks cool how the 2 pictures work well together Collaging sillouettes - cut out the image, and then turn it over

Desordenaré las lluvias.: Sin méritos

I really like this photo as it is not just disguising the person themselve but it is also disguising emotion that the girl is feeling. It almost gives the impression of an explosion of feeling and emotion. It can also present the feeling of insanity.

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