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Photo Weaving

Collection by Jordan Ackerman

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Jordan Ackerman
collage portrait by allison diaz Photomontage, Fotografie Portraits, Art Photography, Street Photography, Foto Art, Grafik Design, Art Plastique, Oeuvre D'art, Collage Art

curated contemporary art /// photography

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.

Ooh - weave 2 images together. The authors of this lesson describe it as secondary level appropriate - but I suggest it as also elementary appropriate.--- I do agree with you, but I think intermediate Elementary is more suitable. Paper Weaving, Weaving Art, High School Art, Middle School Art, Photography Lessons, Photography Projects, Ecole Art, School Art Projects, Weaving Projects

Photo Weaving Lesson

this would be FUN with the kids. Again, I've done many similar weavings in my own art, but taking a more recognizable image for one of the photos, could be awesome, for seeing it through the weave

kellydeblock: “ Models: Laura Van Den Berghe and Jeffrey De Brabander - Models Office MUA: Orla McKeating Styling: Aliosha Melis ” Gfx Design, Design Art, Graphic Design, Photomontage, Arte Pop Up, Look At My, Photoshop, Glitch Art, Photo Manipulation

Shadow Aspect

kellydeblock: Models: Laura Van Den Berghe and Jeffrey De Brabander - Models Office MUA: Orla McKeating Styling: Aliosha Melis

Damien Blottiere Collage, Suitable for a project called Fragments for GCSE Photomontage, Graphic Design Illustration, Illustration Art, Frida Art, Fashion Collage, Foto Art, Art Graphique, Photo Manipulation, Collage Art

About - Beautiful/Decay

I'm loving these sliced and diced fashion collages by fashion photographer Damien Blottiere. Each figure is layered and in motion as if a Cubist had turned into a stylist for some of the leading fashion publications in the world. &nbs