Gosto muito dessa mistura de desenho na fotografia principalmente pra explicar determinadas coisas de um jeito "mais legalzinho". Não sei se é viagem da minha cabeça, mas imagino muito esse tipo de coisa em uma fotografia de uma obra, ou prédios dividida em duas partes, e na parte desenhada poderiam ter fórmulas matemáticas de áreas e volumes e tal. Também daria pra explicar conceitos de biologia dependendo da fotografia.

I like the mixed media feel of this one and the fact that it's black and white. And also that it features a human form, which goes along with our theme of Identity. (textiles- instead of white paper use muslin and hand stitch)

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portrait - concept - collage - black and white

layer art by ~Chrisknx on deviantART I used a model of a magazing and added about 5 layers below it, and just cut certain parts of the top layer and underlying layers to create different layers showing on top.

texture -layer art by ~Chrisknx on deviantART I used a model of a magazing and added about 5 layers below it, and just cut certain parts of the top layer and underlying layers to create different layers showing on top.

Jose_Romussi

Jose Romussi Embroiders His Vision Of Beauty On Top Of Fashion Photographs - Beautiful/Decay

Sticky tape faces, Wes Naman. I like this because it relates to beauty distortion again and I find it really interesting.

Distorted sticky tape faces

Wes Naman is currently based in New Mexico and he has created this hilarious scotch tape series. Naman has stuck layers of tape all around peoples faces giving them rather odd and funny features.

Jenya Vyguzov - The Power of Collage

Jenya Vyguzov - The Power of Collage

The Patternbank team love these beautiful mixed media collages by Jenya Vyguzov. The 21 year old Russian artist Vyguzoy, creates powerful visual statements

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Many faces coming together to create a person

Saatchi Art Artist sanaz vosough ghanbari; Collage, "No title" #art

No title Collage by sanaz vosough ghanbari

Saatchi Online Artist: Collage No title.

Manny Robertson 1731034 b

Manny Robertson 1731034 is a bay area artist current mfa at the san francisco art institute. using a wide range of media , tradition and digital , they navigate themes of identity , cyber-mysticism , and post-gender futurity.

Design Correction You are what you eat

For his project titled "Design Correction" French artist Sébastien Michel constructed a series of unusual masks using saran wrap and vario.

Annagret Soltau

Annagret Soltau

This "Plastic bodies" series focuses on how commercialism distorts people's perception of the way they look. The artist Sheila Pree Bright says "As a result (of our image focused society), the female body becomes a replica of a doll, and the essence of natural beauty in popular American culture is replaced by fantasy. This body of work addresses the loss of personal identity many women experience, specifically women of color."

Plastic Bodies Photo Series - Sheila Pree Bright

In her 2003 series "Plastic Bodies,"photographer Sheila Pree Bright combines images of real women's bodies and faces with those of dolls to explore white beauty standards imposed on girls and women of color.

"Two photographs of the same person, from different periods of time (child and adult) are spliced together. In this fusion a jump-of-time is established at the tear."

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.

Robert Mapplethorpe, White Gauze (1984).

Robert Mapplethorpe - White Gauze, 1984 I love this photo because I love Robert Mapplethorpe. He is one of my favorite artists. I love how this is black and white I love how you cannot tell what gender or race the people underneath the gauze are.

Dismorfobina – Portraits défigurés et élastiques

Dismorfobina – Portraits défigurés et élastiques

Barcelona-based photographer Natalia Pereira created the Dismorfobina. The photographs brings attention to body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), a mental illness involving body image issues that results in depression and social phobia.

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