jean faucheur inspired

this photo is really cool including how the face is evenly proportional with the seperation of the face. i would love to take a picture like this and adjust like this one. this photoshop technique is so cool and i havent seen anything like that!

The look

I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead; I lift my eyes and all is born again. - Sylvia Plath Illustration by (yet) unknown artist

layer art by ~Chrisknx on deviantART

texture -layer art by ~Chrisknx on deviantART I used a model of a magazing and added about 5 layers below it, and just cut certain parts of the top layer and underlying layers to create different layers showing on top.

Is too much choice leading to overwhelm in your life? With stress, depression and anxiety accounting for 70 million working days lost every year in the UK, at a cost of £100 billion, how do we find ways to push less and bring more flow into our lives Image @Nevess | Credit photography incrusted: Matthew Malkiewicz

Is too much choice leading to overwhelm in your life? With stress, depression and anxiety accounting for 70 million working days lost every year in the UK, at a cost of billion, how do we find ways to push less and bring more flow into our lives Image

Tension ©ShannonGeorgiaPhotography clingfilm claustrophobia fetishism isolated studio photography Photographer

This picture describes life so well! Sometimes, you just feel trapped, but yet you can see everyone else. For me, sometimes I wonder we I can't just be happy like everyone else.why can't I be normal?

Jean Faucheur ~ deconstructed photo via Faucheur/Photographies

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

The smARTteacher Resource: Face Your Pockets. Based on work by Timur Akhmetov, a twist on the concept of "Self Portraiture". Students empty their pockets or purses onto a scanner, add their face or hand, and click "SCAN"...

The smARTteacher Resource: Face Your Pockets. Based on work by Timur Akhmetov, a twist on the concept of "Self Portraiture". Students empty their pockets or purses onto a scanner, add their face or hand, and click "SCAN".

mindd blownnn. this pic fits my latest blog!

Why Overthinking Is The Root Of All Your Problems

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