Elenore is a collage woman living an adventurous life in a collage world. Every Tuesday she goes on a new adventure!
I started my blog as a New Year's resolution to do something creative every week. I try to incorporate lots...
Imagine if Elvis was still alive today, or if Marilyn Monroe was at the height of her fame.
DesignCrowd thought it would ask it's 450,000 designers from all around the world to do just that, by finding high-resolution images of modern...
Continuing with her Dancing with Costică series, Australian artist Jane Long uses photographs from Romanian photographer Costică Acsinte restores, recolours and transforms them into something unexpected!
Some people love them and some people hate them but there’s little doubt they all involve...
Photoshop master Erik Johannsson creates optical illusions and photo manipulations so mind-bending and life-like that his work sometimes seems like magic. In these awesome behind-the-scenes videos, however, we get to see how he actually creates some of his artwork
Fractal. A complex geometric pattern exhibiting self-similarity in that small details of its structure viewed at any scale repeat elements of the overall pattern.
Using digital photography to design simple motifs maturing into complex structures.
We've all seen plenty of optical illusions before, but Erik Johansson's masterfully twisted works of art still retain their power. Perhaps it's because they're composite photos, making them some of the most realistic and unsettling illusions we've ever seen.
I spent my childhood mostly at the seaside. I love everything what is related to the "big water" in any way. I used to spend many hours in harbors watching big ships coming and going out to the sea, getting loaded,...
I made collages posing with my Harley Davidson around the world and beyond on a photo taken with my friend Mundi.
I make composites, mainly in London. When I’m making composites I look for contradictions and irony, I find that helps add humor to what I’m doing.
I've always had many dreams, many visions hidden somewhere in my darkest part of soul. When I found out about digital post-processing and endless possibilities, which we get by using PS, my imagination had finally been released.