Martin O'Neil | Cut Up...

Martin O'Neil Cut Up portraits; could communicate fade/loss; transformation of who you are into who you could be; have the pieces re-gather in an upside down version, maybe a photo of the person younger then who they are now

.This piece is very different, but still inspirational in the fact that having something missing of the woman but then through her face showing how she really feels, like a fear inside her head. This has given me an idea to use my text and word this way, where the missing part of the person is the words come out to say how that person is really feeling. #hiddenthoughts:

This piece is very different, but still inspirational in the fact that having something missing of the woman but then through her face showing how she really feels, like a fear inside her head. This has given me an idea to use my text and word this way,

David Hockney I like that he is working with the movements of the picture and making a new concept with the image and making you look at it in a different way.

David Hockney

1984 Olympic Winter Games Sarajevo official poster designed by David Hockney XIV Olympic Winter Games, Sarajevo, 1984 Offset lithograph x in.

Fragment - bbc_image.jpg

Make it pop - take a copy (or two), fold it origami style and place on top

Mitchell Hartman, YukaT, 2011

Mitchell Hartman, YukaT, 2011 from the Fragmented Vision series

I like this montage because it shows the different movements that the man would…

MOVEMENT stacking/layering Shooting Film: "joiners" - Creative Polaroid Collages by David Hockney

Illusion: The collage art of Jordan Clark. Photos © Jordan Clark Link via Marcela Alverez. http://illusion.scene360.com/art/29415/freaky-triangle/

Freaky Triangle

Jordan Clark's collages are image deconstructions that recreate the picture as if looking at it through a prism creating geometric juxtapositions

Picture Distortion, like the other tape on fave pictures its simple to do but a good example of distortion:

Can you read my face? Artists distort faces with magazine pictures to create bizarre expressions

French artists Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson stick images of facial features cut out from fashion magazines over the models to form new facial expressions; The distortion in the face gives this person a more vibrant and fun expression.


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