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Paper Sculptures by Justine Khamara

Talented Australian artist Justine Khamara made those amazing sculptures by distorting and giving a whole new life with old cutted and assembled photos.

Michael Mapes Pin Ups are a series of three dimensional assemblages of original 1950s pin-up girls consisting of fractional photos and found objects.

Michael Mapes Pin Ups are a series of three dimensional assemblages of original pin-up girls consisting of fractional photos and found objects.

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By Justine Khamara Anita collaged and hand cut colour photographs 30cm x 20cm x 2.5cm Photographer: John Brash

By Justine Khamara Anita collaged and hand cut colour photographs x x Photographer: John Brash

Ira Garber Photography (401) 274-3723 - still life

Ira Garber Photography - still life

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Biographical DNA art by Michael Mapes

Ira Garber Photography (401) 274-3723 - still life

Ira Garber Photography - still life

Ira Garber Photography (401) 274-3723 - still life

Ira Garber Photography - still life

Dan Cretu Collage

Dan Cretu Collage

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Hand-Cut Photographs by Justine Khamara

Hand Cut photography by Justine Khamara

Australian artist Justine Khamara transforms portrait photographs into three-dimensional sculptures.

Justine Khamara, whether I am asleep or awake #3 laser cut UV print on hoop pine plywood, mdf base UV print- 75 x 75 x 160 cm

Justine Khamara, whether I am asleep or awake laser cut UV print on hoop pine plywood, mdf base UV print- 75 x 75 x 160 cm

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Dilated Concentrations by Melbourne artist Justine Khamara, UV prints on laser cut stainless steel.

Artist Michael Mapes dissects photos and arranges them, pinning fragments like insects, and putting other pieces in vials.

Artist Michael Mapes dissects photos and arranges them, pinning fragments like insects, and putting other pieces in vials. Incredible stuff, lots more below.

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Cucumber Camera // Dan Cretu Photographs Food Sculptures Made of Fruits and Vegetables

Michael Mapes makes stunning pieces that are comprised of tiny bits of paper, glass and other ephemera, carefully pinned onto boards // Michael Mapes + Best of the Web

"Anonymous Young Woman, Dutch Masters Series~Mixed media piece by Michael Mapes,

Justine Khamara, dad, hand cut colour photograph 17.5cm x 12.5cm x 4cm, Photographer: John Brash

Justine Khamara, dad, hand cut colour photograph x x Photographer: John Brash

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You Won’t Believe What This Artist Uses To Recreate Dutch Master Portraiture

You Won't Believe What This Artist Uses To Recreate Dutch Master Portraiture

\New York artist Michael Mapes creates elaborate specimen boxes by dissecting photographs and then compartmentalizing individual fragments within plastic bags, glass vials, magnifiers, in gelatin capsules and on insect pins. The boxes exist in an uncanny area between photography and sculpture, functioning both as portraits and as fascinating scientific canvases that make you question the the logic behind the organization of each piece.

New York artist Michael Mapes creates elaborate specimen boxes by dissecting photographs and then compartmentalizing individual fragments within plastic bags, glass vials, magnifiers, in gelatin capsules and on insect pins. The boxes exist in an uncanny

I want to try to make this for dad, but I will probably fail miserably.

Dan Cretu is a skilled photographer and visual artist. His creations are crafted mainly out of vegetables and fruits. An orange is not just an orange to Dan Cretu. It is a small, beautiful bicycle.

Cut Portrait Photo Sculptures by Justine Khamara

Wonderfully Distorted Sculptures Created From Cut Portrait Photos

Artist Justine Khamara physically dissects portrait photographs taken herself and reconstitutes them into sometimes-unrecognizable surreal sculptures.