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The Face

Collection by Tallis Arts


Experimental photographic portraiture

Tallis Arts
At first glance the work of Melbourne-based artist Justine Khamara looks like it was digitally manipulated. Justine actually hand-cuts the photographs. Large Photo Prints, Tableaux Vivants, Instalation Art, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Artists, Contemporary Design, Claude Monet, Art Plastique, Oeuvre D'art

Hand-Cut photography by Justine Khamara Hand-Cut photography by Justine Khamara - KoiKoiKoi

Justine Khamara lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. She is a complex artist who works with digital manipulation. Khamara hand-cuts the photographs to reorganize and paste them afterwards. Same of her collages were even cut into thin strips then woven. She makes visual illusions, bizarre creations, to rearrange the actual space.

Cutting sections of your photos and rotating them around to make multiple images within an image. Another one for my portrait ideas. Photomontage, Creative Photography, Art Photography, Foto Portrait, Graphisches Design, Circle Design, Foto Fashion, Art Africain, Grafik Design

Cutting sections of your photos and rotating them around to make multiple images within an image

face portrait photography art by mark borthwick Distortion Photography, A Level Photography, Abstract Photography, Portrait Photography, Fashion Photography, Experimental Photography, Emma Louise Jones, Dossier Photo, Mark Borthwick


As I did with the Nan Goldin photos, I moved the book whilst scanning in some of these mark Borthwick photos.

Projects, distortion photography, reflection photography, dark drawings, a level Distortion Photography, Photography Collage, Reflection Photography, Photography Projects, Dark Drawings, Ghost In The Machine, Ap Studio Art, Experimental Photography, A Level Art

Aldo Tolino creates stunning Origami portraits

In this series “Past Futur Perfekt“, Aldo Tolino plays with faces that he destroys and rebuilds in spectacular portraits.