subtly brilliant superimposition art by Antonio Mora (Spain) "Nobody knows me" • creates surreal dream-like hybrid portraits to inspire, from images found on the Web / blogs / mags • masters in Graphic Design, art director 15 years but replaced interest for own art of painting in his industrial building studio by the beach • off'l: www.mylovt.com • off'l pinterest: www.pinterest.com/amoradiez • off'l fb: http://goo.gl/ceQhYg

Nobody knows me

Spanish photographer Antonio Mora fuses standard portraits with landscape, animal, and abstract photography, resulting in extraordinary combinations.

Painting/Drawing a figure and piecing it back together with tape

Hyper Realistic Paintings by Joshua Suda – Fubiz™ (Is not really a photo for this panel but, amazing!

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

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.

#josh suda

Untitled Artist Joshua Suda paints amazing hyperrealistic oil portraits of people that appear to emerge from layers within the canvas.

John Batho

John Batho, photo from his Present and Absent series of black and white pieces (Présents et Absents, c.


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