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Posts tagged "photo art"
Obscure Portrait Photography by Angélica García

Obscure Portrait Photography by Angélica García

Obscure Photo Manipulations. Angélica García is a photographer and artist from Venezuela. This experimental photo series by Angélica García includes obscure photo manipulations of portraits. She used different effects like drops of water, blurred colors and distortions to achieve this obscure style. Tweet
Photographic Artworks by Miguel A. Cuesta

Photographic Artworks by Miguel A. Cuesta

Dark Photographic Art. Selected photography and photo manipulations by Miguel A. Cuesta, a photographer currently living and working in Malaga, Spain. His artistic style is characterized by dark colors and experimental photo manipulations. Miguel A. Cuesta’s images often look bleak. He uses different effects such as color noise, retouching, reproduction, and distortion to create his distinctive style. Tweet
Photographic Artworks by Matt Wisniewski

Photographic Artworks by Matt Wisniewski

Photo Collages. Matt Wisniewski is a New York City based photographer and artist. He creates photographic collages made from portraits mixed with landscapes or different objects and views. The different images merge seamlessly and convey a surreal, almost eerie atmosphere. Cliffs, clouds, and architecture form a perfect symbiosis with the human silhouette. Tweet
Surreal Photography by Martin Stranka

Surreal Photography by Martin Stranka

Artistic Fine Art Photography. Some stunning surrealist photographic artworks and photo manipulations by Martin Stranka, a Czech self-taught professional photographer. Tweet
Unmoored - Experimental Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Unmoored – Experimental Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Unmoored – Photographic Art. A series of experimental artworks by photographer and artist Carlo Van de Roer. The artist works with photography and some special manipulation techniques to achieve those results of abstraction. Tweet
Flying Houses - Photo Manipulations by Laurent Chéhère

Flying Houses – Photo Manipulations by Laurent Chéhère

Floating Houses. French photographer Laurent Chéhère created this photo manipulation series of old and quirky flying houses plus a circus tent and a trailer. I’m not sure if I want to live in one of the houses, even if they are able to fly. However, great series! Tweet
Digital Collages of Human Silhouettes by Nacho Ormaechea

Digital Collages of Human Silhouettes by Nacho Ormaechea

Digital Photo Art. Nacho Ormaechea is a Spanish graphic designer and visual artist who is living and working in Paris. Nacho Ormaechea’s conceptual artworks are influenced by the impressions of urban landscapes, life, and people. These images are part of a digital collage series of human silhouettes filled with visually contrasting and colorful photographs. Tweet...
Photography and Art Direction by Pierre Debusschere

Photography and Art Direction by Pierre Debusschere

Experimental Photographic Artworks. A selection of photographic artworks for different projects such as fashion shoots or several digital photo manipulations by Pierre Debusschere, a photographer, art director and filmmaker. Tweet
Experimental Photography by Heitor Magno

Experimental Photography by Heitor Magno

Artistic Photography and Photo Manipulation. Some nice examples of artistic multiple exposure photography by Heitor Magno, a young visual artist and photographer from Brazil. Check out more of his photographic work on his flickr account or visit his tumblr blog. Tweet
Misunderstanding Focus - Portrait Series by Nerhol

Misunderstanding Focus – Portrait Series by Nerhol

Photo Art – Misunderstanding Focus. Four images of a series of 27 portraits by Nerhol. More about the photographic project here. Tweet
The Future of Sports by Tim Tadder and Mike Campau

The Future of Sports by Tim Tadder and Mike Campau

The Future of Sports The Tron films inspired collaboration between Photographer Tim Tadder and digital artist Mike Campau is showing a futuristic vision of sports in the future. Tweet
Photographs from the Pulp Art Book Volume One

Photographs from the Pulp Art Book Volume One

Stunning Photography Works by photographer Neil Krug from the Pulp Art Book Volume One, a creative collaboration between model Joni Harbeck Alexander & Neil Krug. The Pulp Art Book Volume One is available on Amazon.com Tweet