Idris Khan is a London photographer with an unusual technique of layering multiple images. His work was featured in the March 4th New york Times Magazine.

Pretty as a Thousand Postcards

Idris Khan - London, 2012 Artist’s statement: “To make a single photograph, I use a lot of found imagery. A lot of photographs (the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge, St.

Original lino prints by Scottish Artist Bryan Angus

Hidden figure, architecture, tree style, path, city feeling and tone to palette -- Bryan Angus

formula: Photography: Idris Khan, Michael Wesely and Darren Almond

‘Long Exposure’ 4 April 1997 – 4 June 1999 Potsdamer Platz, Berlin Chromogenic color print Michael Wesely has been inventing and refining techniques for making photographs with unusually long exposures-some as long as three years.

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Paul's, London, 2012 digital silver bromide print mounted on 4 ply museum board and Dibond image: 30 x 40 inches x cm) framed: 38 x 48 x 2 inches x x cm) edition of 7 with 1 AP signed by artist on label, verso

Idris Khan

In order to create images that are both familiar and foreign at the same time, Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa, in his ‘The Collective Snapshot’ series, blends together dozens of ordinary photos of famous landmarks into abstract images.

Durrington Towers IV (2007), by David Hepher

David Hepher: the landscape artist obsessed with London's tower blocks – in pictures