Matt Wisniewski

matt wisniewski- Could be a cool lesson idea to mind map your artistic journey. Use your silhouette and then images of where you hope to go or what your art looks like.

There are mountains in your mind, just climb them.

Matt Wisniewski

New York-based artist Matt Wisniewski creates digital collages by blending fashion and nature photographs together into surreal images.

It must be fun belonging to a family where every member is an artist and though there is a precedent in the Los Angeles art world -- the Saar family comes to mind, Betye, Alison and Lezley -- it's ...

A Collage of Artists: Presenting the Lou Beaches

It must be fun belonging to a family where every member is an artist and though there is a precedent in the Los Angeles art world -- the Saar family comes to mind, Betye, Alison and Lezley -- it's .

Egypt

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

We Are Stars: Quotes From Scientists You Should Know

We Are Stars: Quotes From Scientists You Should Know

Double Exposure Photography is the art of crossing over from image capture into a form of Graphic Design. We have collected some work from Dan Mountford UK.

Matt Wisniewski Mixed Media Collages

Matt Wisniewski Mixed Media Collages

Matt Wisniewski - Matt Wisniewski (b. Philadelphia) is a web designer and collage artist who lives and works in Brooklyn New York. He creates poetic digital collage.

Double Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora Spanish artist Antonio Mora does women and men’s portraits in double exposure of natural elements : waves, moutains’ landscapes or animals and plants come juxtaposing on the models’ faces. His sensual and elegant portraits are to discover in images.

Double Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora

Double Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora Spanish artist Antonio Mora does women…

By Craig Allen, an aerial shot of people arranged to form a portrait of a woman.

American artist Craig Alan creates unique portraits of pop-culture icons using people as pixels. Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast At Tiffany’s.

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