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Michal Mozolewski

The Ocular Engine

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Giorgia Napoletano is an Italian photographer/photo-manipulator who blends dark themes of body metamorphosis and obscure digital alterations. Despite her young age and entering college, she’s been pub (Mix Colors Art)

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Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom

This artefact emphasises the idea of 'two bodies'. Combined as one. Could be used to represent the body we see on the outside of a smoker and the body that's inside which we don't necessarily see. two points of view, again the idea of blurred vision. An addict only sees what he or she wants to see, not the bigger picture. Conflict!!

Neil Barrett fall/winter 2011 ad campaign An advertisement for a clothing company where the models aren’t wearing any clothes.

Ghost od A.S 1 by Christian Larssen

vvolare: “ "Ghost of A.I," acrylic on paper Bo Christian Larsson - 2012 ”

vicemag:  Artist: John Holmes; Date Published: August 1981

Distortion of scale and altered reality. The idea that the night sky could be a veil through which a much larger and superior being can keep an eye on us, is a distortion of size and scale, that is on the one hand comforting, and on the other, disturbing.

Fotosok

This is a collage technique that i found interesting. Obviously the face in this image is hard to identify because of the liner collage effect.

Glitchquid.

asylum-art: “ DarkAngelØne Some people call me an artist, I say I’m a guy who likes to play with photos. In order to present my animated still photos, i also create music videos.

Giacomo Carmagnola 15

Glitch – The portraits of Giacomo Carmagnola

is an Italian digital artist based in Treviso, Italy. “I’m completely absorbed by glitch art. I’ve always been attracted to its aesthetics; I’m not talking. The post Giacomo Carmagnola appeared first on Art Fucks Me.

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This example of photomontage is interesting because it combines a mountain range with a vintage photo of a little boy with whipped cream. It is a light hearted image and pairs well with the light nature of the whipped cream.

Shatter

LINE Antonio Mora The jagged, fractured lines that are over the image create a sense of disarray and lack of order. The photo clearly represents a break in a relationship (of some sort). Through the use of line, the image feels broken also.

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