David Hockney Prehistoric Museum Near Palm Springs, 1982 photographic collage  84 1/2 x 56 1/2 in.

David Hockney Prehistoric Museum Near Palm Springs, 1982 photographic collage 84 x 56 in. i choose this photo because I liked the over exaggerated shadow and the black and white

- i chose this photo because I found it interesting,like the way it shows different views of a woman face

Brno Del Zou Take multiple photos, cut them into different sized fragments and reassemble them in odd places that still work.

photo splice | liz orton

Fractured landscapes that look, to me, like delicate pastel irises.This is the work of UK based photographer Liz Orton, from Deltiologies – “a series of collages that both celebrates and challenges the tradition of landscape photography.

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.

David Hockney "Mother" Great Examples of "Joiners" here http://thedelightsofseeing.blogspot.co.uk/2011/03/cubism-joiners-and-multiple-viewpoint.html

Kids Get Arty - Exploring David Hockney & Photo Montage

David Hockney, Mother: another manipulated-photo work of art. Hockney is the originator of this technique. *LINK to Cubism*

Cubism Photography Landscapes | Want to see more? Check out all of my projects on the portfolio page

Gillian Mowbray Knighton in Wales, inspired by David Hockney joiners I really think this large joiner composition works so well as its greatly built up with layers really developing depth to the picture

I like how this piece is a different shape. Also, it is cool how the framing is the sides of the bridge and how it's created to make your eyes move and end on the feet.

david hockney It is a photomontage of a bridge. I like this because it looks like the bridge is bending out of the montage. This is a digital montage. This is successful because of all the angles the bridge is taken from showing the whole bridge.

I would like to try something like this for one of my illustrations - Mother by David Hockney

Mother, Bradford Yorkshire, 1982 composite polaroid, 56 x 23 in, David Hockney

David Hockney - (would be interesting to do a photo series like this)

David Hockney - Nicholas Wilder Studying Picasso, 1982 composite polaroid, 48 x 26 in.


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