Together and/or apart

Collection by Jack Gillings

Jack Gillings
Combination of photography, drawing and photoshop. Shows a high skill in photoshop and artistry skill. Photomontage, Surreal Artwork, Surreal Portraits, Gcse Art, Human Condition, Art Plastique, Oeuvre D'art, Dark Art, Art Inspo

18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions

Growing up can be a challenge, especially in the teenage years. Some people use writing or art as a creative outlet for all the emotions they keep inside.

Disassembly: vintage gadgets are taken apart and photographed by Todd McLellan - Telegraph Plakat Design, Coming Apart, Gadgets, Oldschool, Foto Art, Gcse Art, Finger Painting, Photo Series, Deconstruction


Project of disassembled objects shown in detail in a flat lay. Once laid out, the pieces were thrown through the air.

Using one’s hands is practically intuitive in the math world. Counting on one’s fingers is the most basic mathematical practice one could think of. But there is other more complex math you and your kid can do with your hands! We Are The World, People Of The World, We Are All One, Hand Tricks, Technique Photo, Leader In Me, Foto Art, Belle Photo, Inspire Me

Página de Allan do Projeto Oxigénio

Página de Allan do Projeto Oxigénio no Rede EBC - Economia do Bem Comum |

I have become a BIG fan of Canadian Photographer, Todd McLellan, since I discovered him, particularly his deconstruction pieces such as the rocking horse shown below. He has recently brought out a… Blog Art, Pentax Camera, Exploded View, Coming Apart, Oldschool, Explosions, Vintage Cameras, Everyday Objects, Deconstruction

Dissecting Vintage Objects: The Innards of Machines Past | Jeannie Huang

A New York City design blog, featuring single serving suggestions of beautiful design. Lovingly curated by Jeannie Huang.

Complete a jigsaw puzzle, take pieces from it. Photography Sketchbook, Photography Camera, Morning Love, Tuesday Morning, Puzzle Art, A Level Art, Homemade Toys, Missing Piece, Toys For Boys

Complete a jigsaw puzzle, flip it over (carefully) and write a message on the back, then take it apart and mail it to a loved one or acquaintance who loves puzzles, so they have to put the puzzle together to get your message! (It might be helpful to let them KNOW there's a message to find!!)