I like how drawing and photography was used at the same time. Although this was tried a lot of times, the fact that both types (photography and pencil drawing) can be used helps widen the possibilities for a design.
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)
Justine Khamara lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. She is a complex artist who works with digital manipulation. Khamara hand-cuts the photographs to reorganize and paste them afterwards. Same of her collages were even cut into thin strips then woven
Fragmenta by Micaela Lattanzio. It provides an alternative to straight portraiture, hiding parts of or the majority of the face and dispersing it makes it easier to draw parts of the body you're more confident with
Take a mug shot style photo. Rip out the eyes rip out the mouth rip it in half shred it into as many pieces as possible and collage them do the thing in the pin out the face and stick it back upside down
Benjamin Prerry Boswell photographed by Kodai. I like the separation by the white line as it imitates a paper rip almost, similar to those found in my collages from magazines. It would be interesting to create some of my own photographs in this way - poss