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past and present

Collection by Georgia Green

Topic Hidden Objects {Challenge} Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath.Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath. Arte Gcse, Gcse Art, Photomontage, Ouvrages D'art, Wow Art, Art Plastique, Art Sketchbook, Graphic, Collage Art

This beautiful piece of art shows a link between Order and Disorder very clearly. Could be used to show Skeleton.

Looks like a combination of Steampunk and work of the artist Salvador Dali. Surrealism and fantasy of the imagination. This image has been created using Photoshop for image manipulation. Wow Art, Fine Art, Photo Manipulation, Oeuvre D'art, Amazing Art, Fantasy Art, Concept Art, Art Photography, Surrealism Photography

Time Inspired Photoshop Manipulations

Everything flows by Sophia-M Digital Art / Photomanipulation / Surreal©2011-2015 Sophia-M ,not S.Dali

Photographer Bobby Neel Adams combines two photos of his portraits subjects—one as a youth and one as an adult—into composite portraits he calls “AgeMaps. Image Couple, Life Map, Face Change, Deconstructivism, Ugly To Pretty, Photoshop, Past Present Future, Principles Of Art, Gcse Art

15 – février – 2012

Rappellant le projet « Back To the Future Series » d’Irina Werning gagnante des Fubiz Awards 2012, Split Portraits de Bobby Neel Ada

This image links to the theme as it shows a present part of London and it is blended with the past version of the same part. London Now, Old London, London City, London Landmarks, London Museums, Comedia Musical, London History, British History, Past Present Future

London Hippodrome on Cranbourn Street, 1930.

The popular London Hippodrome on Cranbourn Street, originally home to circus and variety, staged spectacular musical comedies and revues. The building had around 1,340 seats. The performance advertised here in George Davison Reid's photo is for Son's O Guns, which opened at the Hippodrome on 26 June 1930.