Altered paper from magazines- using orange degreaser

Use old National Geographic Magazines to make amazing and beautiful abstract art paper just by painting Citrasolv degreaser and closing the page for 30 minutes. Janina a la Maison: Guest List

Stitching Photographs: Various Approaches

Stitching Photographs: Various Approaches

raining / umbrella - Stitching Photographs: embroidery + photography by Diane Meyer. Link to awesome article on fantastic work by various articles who combined photographs and embroidery.

Bildearkiv - Latest images registered:mageID.: gma0001 Title: Cubes, 2001-2005. Plexiglass sculptures, 12 x 12 to 30 x 30 cm, handmade photographic transparencies in layers. Keywords:Trees/Trær. Woods/Skogen. Depth/Dybde. Volume/Volum. Perspective/ Perspektiv. Borrehaugene. Artist: Galina Manikova/BONO. Copyright Fotofil

Title: Cubes, Plexiglass sculptures, 12 x 12 to 30 x 30 cm, handmade photographic transparencies in layers.

Matthew Brandt has created unexpected and dramatic running of coloured ink by submerging printed photographs of water in the lakes or waterways that they represent. This is a great example of how creative photography techniques can (and should) be driven by the subject or theme that is explored.

100+ Creative Photography Ideas

Stain from Water on printed photos - photography ideas - Matthew Brandt

Tutorial on how to transfer an image onto fabric!!!

Transfer Images w citrasolv Tutorial

Mixed Media Photography by Aliza Razell:

What Type Of Wings Should You Have?

The mixed Media picture by Aliza Razell is really interesting. The colors make the photos pop.

Experimental Portrait #Photography by Angélica García

Obscure Portrait Photography by Angélica García

Experimental Portrait #Photography by Angélica García

VintagePiken aka Line Kay Photography | Friday Love post | Painting Grace

It's Friday, I'm in Love: with VintagePiken aka Line Kay

Line Kay Photography - Vintagepiken

photography based mixed media

Rasa Pranckunaite - my beloved trees 2010

Dissolving the Photographic Medium The materiality of developed film and photographs allows us to not only hold onto people and memories, but create the material objects themselves, connecting us even closer to what is displayed before us. But what happens when the image is purposefully destroyed or altered? South Korean artist Seung Hwan Oh develops “film matter [with] organic matter” to create “distorted, psychedelic images” which are a result of bacteria interacting with the photo…

In his series Impermanence, South Korean artist Seung-Hwan Oh creates wonderfully distorted photographic portraits by growing emulsion-eating fungus on his film. Oh first allows the fungus to parti.