portrait / fragmentation 8th grade Students can cut up self-portrait photograph after they finish their drawings and have an accompanying piece.   Collage with text?

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

Experimental photography and illustration work by Adolfo Félix, Rubén Encinas and Ernesto Tánory via Behance

Experimental photography and illustration work by Adolfo Félix, Rubén Encinas and Ernesto Tánory via Behance it reminds me of the art work for the album discloser

ripping to reveal what's hidden beneath... Interesting idea for a final piece involving mental illnesses or feelings

Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath. Note: Transformation in time peeling off effect layering the same face but in different time.

black-white-madness:  Madness:  “Bye” by Antonio Mora

LINE Antonio Mora The jagged, fractured lines that are over the image create a sense of disarray and lack of order. The photo clearly represents a break in a relationship (of some sort). Through the use of line, the image feels broken also.

three photos from different parts of the subject's life woven together to make these

three photos from different parts of the subject's life woven together to make these Collage, Suitable for a project called Fragments for GCSE

Emma Parker of stitch therapy's "memory threads" - "collect your memories carefully; fold them up and bind them together with a strong thread; lest we forget the fragile beauty; hidden in today's moment."

Emma Parker, Stitch Therapy- Memory Threads "Collect your memories carefully; fold them up and bind them together with a strong thread; lest we forget the fragile beauty; hidden in today's moment.

- i chose this photo because I found it interesting,like the way it shows different views of a woman face

Brno Del Zou Take multiple photos, cut them into different sized fragments and reassemble them in odd places that still work.

i heart teaching art: 3W: Stephen J Shanabrook

Photography: lesson plan exploring the use of found imagery in photography includes starter, main and plenary activity with link to the work of Stephen J Shanabrook, Laura White, Off Camera and Rebecca Chew exploring the concept of photographic sculpture

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