The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor

The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor < wait a second wasnt this a Doctor Who episode?

Family Portrait? http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/f4/e9/77/f4e977ac382fd1f8dc4a67ec2fd93120.jpg

This is a disorderly portrait, as it is a portrait of a family all in the portrait at once but in the space portrait space.

Normandy Then Now 11

D-Day photos from 1944 and photos of vacationers at the exact same locations today [28 pics]

These Spellbinding Images Compare The Beaches Of Normandy With The Vacation Spots They Are Today

Fashion as Art - sculptural fashion with strong geometric lines, using fabric manipulation to create 3D shapes & dramatic structure  // Michele Castellano

Bast Magazine June 2013 - Gabriel’s Dissonance Model: Echo Nittolitto Makeup and Hair: Hayley Kassel Stylist: Mirey Enverova Stylist Assistant: Agnes Hamerlik Photographer: Kayoua Xion Garments by Michele Castellano.

Sir John Lawes Art Faculty: Edexcel GCSE Art Exam 2016 Past Present And Or Future - Appropriation Art - Art based on appropriation of other Artists imagery

Marcel Duchamp Fountain Marcel Duchamp took a mass production factory made object a urinal, signed it with a fictitious Artists' nam.

American artist Craig Alan creates unique portraits of pop-culture icons using people as pixels. Some of his famous pieces include Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy and the Statue of Liberty, but probably the most incredible one is the portrait of Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast At Tiffany’s.

Portraits Made Using People as Pixels

American artist Craig Alan creates unique portraits of pop-culture icons using people as pixels. Some of his famous pieces include Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy and the Statue of Liberty, but probably the most incredible one is the portrait of Audrey He

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