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15 Unique and Inventive Cell Phone Lock Screens

Whether you upgraded your OS, got a new phone, or are just plain getting tired of your old background, here are some fresh ideas for making that screen . View Unique and Inventive Cell Phone Lock Screens" and more funny posts on CollegeHumor

RP by http://splashtablet.com Protect your #iPad #beach #poolside in a totally purchase worthy waterproof case. The Art of Photo Manipulation: People

Photoshop Example Color washing over face, half of the face is black and white, half is colored. The colored portion looks as if paint has been splashed onto the subject's face.

these pictures are so coo how the swirl on the photo distorts the face.

jean faucheur (The Jealous Curator)

Dizzying collages, with an absolutely dreamy palette, by French artist Jean Faucheur. Um, does anyone know where I can get scissors to cut perfect circles?

just learned how to do this without using photo shop - slow shutter speed or bulb setting. Cover face for a few counts then remove hands and allow face to expose. SO COOL!

Illusion: I like the idea of distorting the face to create more emotion. Her hands unsuccessfully covering her face offers more meaning than the photo would hold without them.

Charlotte Caron's design here is very original, I like how she has so easily blended people with animals to imply metamorphosis.

Charlotte Caron - paint on perspex/ glass with a contrasting image. Communicating animalistic qualities with mixed media, paint on photograph

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/04/photographs-of-sunsets-as-reflected-through-shattered-mirrors-by-bing-wright/

Broken Mirror/Evening Sky is a series of images by New York photographer Bing Wright who captured the reflections of sunsets on shattered mirrors. The final prints are displayed quite large, measuring nearly across by tall, creating what I can only ima

The Impermanence Series by Seung-Hwan OH

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.


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