where your face used to be

Take a mug shot style photo. Rip out the eyes rip out the mouth rip it in half shred it into as many pieces as possible and collage them do the thing in the pin out the face and stick it back upside down

I like the way that the image has been overlaid with lots and lots of different…

3 Tips To Help You Create Photo Collages The Easy Way

Human face made of several different people, artistic concept collage by Zurijeta, via ShutterStock

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The Oil and Watercolor Works by Silvia Pelissero

jose-romussi-editorial This piece is quite different and  had quite a scary look about it but I felt the  use of embroidery style is effective to show different appearances of facial features. Also the artist ability to completely transform an image are what his style of work is based on.

#ANTI-SERIE by Jose Romussi

jose-romussi-editorial This piece is quite different and had quite a scary look about it but I felt the use of embroidery style is effective to show different appearances of facial features. Also the artist ability to completely transform an image are w

http://mathildegiron.fr/about.php  I approach, fragment, scrutinize the bodies until eliminating all the materiality by flattening and transform this abstract geometry into a kind of visual play of track.

Fragmentation Of The Body and Acceptance. By Giron Mathilde I would love art prints of these

Why Robots Won’t Cause Mass Unemployment http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/27332057.html  Authored by Jonathan Newman via The Mises Institute,I made a small note in a previous article about how we shouldn’t worry about technology that displaces human workers:The lamenters don’t seem to understand that increased productivity in one industry frees up resources and laborers for other industries, and, since increased productivity means increased real wages, demand for goods and services will…

Why Robots Won’t Cause Mass Unemployment http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/27332057.html Authored by Jonathan Newman via The Mises Institute,I made a small note in a previous article about how we shouldn’t worry about technology that displaces human workers:The lamenters don’t seem to understand that increased productivity in one industry frees up resources and laborers for other industries, and, since increased productivity means increased real wages, demand for goods and services will…

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