Can you read my face? Artists distort faces with magazine pictures to create bizarre expressions
Poking fun at the fashion industry, 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.
A few photos I took when experimenting with chopping up portraits for the Folio society project. I found rhombus or diamond shapes the most interesting when I started to pull them apart. The image of the face was transferred onto light weight paper by frottage / screenwash transfer before I stuck it down…
Abigail Reynolds' Folded Photography!
Today is a photographic feature to showcase the modern photo collages of British artist Abigail Reynolds. Abigail carefully creates collages by combining pages from old books, atlases, encyclopedias and travel journals together, usually of urban and sometimes rural scenes. Abigail cleverly selects photos that have been taken from different angles, at different times and printed in different places but that capture the same thing. She then builds her photo collages, often by positioning a…
UAL: Portfolio – Portfolio for UAL students
Polina is a Russian graphic designer, originally from Moscow and is currently working and living in London. She studied...
PAPER SURGERY - ANAMORPHOSIS - brandpowder
A new collection of hand-made cut outs by Carlo Muttoni. A playful investigation of the endless possibilities of Brandpowder's Paper Surgery.
Beautiful Scanner Bed Self-Portraits
Recently, we saw this fashion photo shoot involving experimental photography with a model and a scanner. The results of that creative process were