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Josefa Cáceres Collage

Josefa Cáceres Collage

Do this with tree pictures liz orton (The Jealous Curator)

liz orton (The Jealous Curator)

Fractured landscapes that look, to me, like delicate pastel irises.This is the work of UK based photographer Liz Orton, from Deltiologies – “a series of collages that both celebrates and challenges the tradition of landscape photography.

A Turn to Learn: How to Make a Collage of Words in Any Shape!

A Turn to Learn: How to Make a Collage of Words in Any Shape! Like Wordle but better!

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Marcelo Monreal’s Surreal Collages Replace Our Insides With Beautiful Blooms

Make me some music | Colorful collages for music packaging | Designed by Anna Katrin Karlsson

Make me some music Colorful collages for music packaging Designed by Anna Katrin Karlsson

jelle martens... I think this is a great idea to use up all those vacation photos we took years ago, had developed and then stuck them in a box. I have enough to do a whole wall or maybe a door.......hmmmm

Digital photo collage by Jelle Martens - my take - using quilt template shape, re-cycle/repurpose all those extra photos

a surfboard design based on an original acrylic painting on wood by belinda marshall titled 'the first step'.

A surfboard design based on an original acrylic painting on wood by Belinda Marshall titled 'the first step'. I love to surf and this board is amazing!

Paper collages by Madrid-based artist Rocio Montoya. More images below.             Rocio Montoya’s Website Via: Ignant

Collages by Artist Rocio Montoya

Rocío Montoya is a talented photographer, graphic designer and editor from Spain with a love for handmade collages and experimental photography. More collages via Inspiration Now

• i n • b l o o m • This collaborative photo was shot by @eye.c and edited by me as part of the #Fantasy_Friday collaborative group. Every other week we all edit the same photo, putting our own ideas of "fantasy" into the edit. The group's goal is to experiment, have fun, and see how different people interpret the same image. You can see the original photo, and the other team members' edits for this week here: #Fantasy_Friday_61.

Digital artist Charlie Davoli uses ordinary iPhone apps such as Superimpose, Matter, and iDesign to transform his photographs into surreal digital artworks.

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