greyscale main images, cut out shapes to show through colours and textures  rocio montoya

rocio montoya (The Jealous Curator)

Vanishing (Carole Brémaud); They faces are distorted and blank, giving the figures within the portraits/paintings a sense of anonymity and emotionless. This is a technique I will surely use within my work by using self portraits or portraits of loved ones yet using more intense colour and shapes to create an expressionist piece.

These very well dressed, mysterious men are the work of French artist Carole Brémaud This would be interesting to try and recreate as a photography collection

Artist colorizes old photos with surreal twists (by Jane Long)

Artist colorizes old photos with surreal twists (by Jane Long)

“problèmes de central” yann faucon Love this #collage.

“Problèmes de Central” Yann Faucon Very interesting and sophisticated color pallet. Perhaps explore further (monotype prints reference)

three photos from different parts of the subject's life woven together to make these

three photos from different parts of the subject's life woven together to make these Collage, Suitable for a project called Fragments for GCSE

woman - surreal | photography . Fotografie . photographie | Photo: Grégoire Alexandre |

Simple idea with a great visual impact. 'Grégoire Alexandre is a French photographer, famous for his surrealist works.

Een collage: een afbeelding die gemaakt is door meerdere foto's onder elkaar te plakken. Daardoor ontstaat er een persoon.

Black and white portrait collage made from strips of magazines stuck together. Surreal portrait of an animal-girl hybrid.

Ooooh, the soft, gaussy, acrylic paintings of the Miaz Brothers. Yes. Acrylic paintings – not blurry photographs {although, I do enjoy the occasional blurry photo!}. I’m not quite sure how they do it, but Milan-born artists {and brothers} Roberto and Renato Miaz are clearly masters of the brush! Ahh, so very dreamy.

Ooooh, the soft, gaussy, acrylic paintings of the Miaz Brothers. Acrylic paintings – not blurry photographs. I’m not quite sure how they do it, but Milan-born artists {and brothers} Roberto and Renato Miaz are clearly masters of the brush!

✖ colors

Jellyfishhappiness, temptingly beautiful yet it stings when you get too close. Limited Edition 2 of 10 on Fine Art Paper, Jennis Cheng Tien Li

• DORA MAURER (born in 1937) • SEVEN ROTATIONS • 1979, self-portrait • 1/6 gelatin silver prints •

Dóra Maurer Seven Rotations 1 – collection of Zsolt Somlói and Katalin Spengler © Dóra Maurer.

Abstract Portraits: how to create a striking photo montage using clipped shapes

Turn your real life into virtual reality with these 360-degree cameras

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