London, UK fine artist Jacob Sutton #artistaday
Jacob Sutton is a London based photographer. He has contributed to publications including ELLE, Interview, i-D, 10, GQ Style, Muse, AnOther Man, EXIT, Mixte Homme, and Vogue. Beyond editorial work, Sutton has also photographed advertising campaigns for brands including Burberry and Powerade.
Great way to develop your photography or experimentation skills by doing some projection photography. Could link it to hidden identity, disguise, alter ego/multiple personalities or expression. Li…
Top 10 Collage Artists: Hannah Höch to Man Ray
As the first retrospective of the work of Hannah Höch opens at the Whitechapel Gallery, AnOther presents a collection of the best collage art
All sizes | Untitled | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.
Maurizio Anzeri - Maurizio Anzeri is a London based Italian artist who turns photographs into canvases. He traces portraits with stitches in different coloured threads and ...
Jean Faucheur - Photographie 2000 ? 20..
Ensemble des oeuvres réalisées par l'artiste sculpteur, peintre et photographe Jean Faucheur
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Mysterious Alter-Ego Created Through Imaginative Self-Portraits
These beautiful photographs of a solitary female in an imaginative world are the work of the exceptionally talented Rachel Baran. Each photograph is
Sewn Found Photo Art
Found photos collected from flea markets and thrift stores are sewn into sculpture and wall pieces in Lisa Kokin’s meditations on identity and anonymity.