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Use Studio Scraps and turn it into a mini sculpture piece. This could be turned into a timed quick lesson to warm up the class!

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Form, Shape - Younger (pre-cut) Use Studio Scraps and turn it into a mini sculpture piece. This could be turned into a timed quick lesson to warm up the class!

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art project 1 :) Created with wire and tissue paper soaked in gel medium. perhaps we could use collected sticks and tissue paper?

Creative Sketchbook: Abigail Reynolds' Folded Photography!

colormayrun: noverine: iminlovewithaferengi: thebodythatelephant: thethinkingtank: aviarystudio: abigail reynolds folded book plates (via redpenscommaredshoes)

Nick van Woert (idea of cutting out key architectural features!)

Nick van Woert Born 1979 in Reno, Nevada Lives and works in Brooklyn, New…

Artist Justine Khamara transforms her portrait photography into intricate and wonderfully distorted cut sculptures. Khamara starts with a photo of a face or body part, and then takes a knife, or la...

Wonderfully Distorted Sculptures Created From Cut Portrait Photos

ASSEMBLED Artist Justine Khamara transforms her portrait photography into intricate and wonderfully distorted cut sculptures. Khamara starts with a photo of a face or body part, and then takes a knife, or la.

Photography: lesson plan exploring the use of found imagery in photography includes starter, main and plenary activity with link to the work of Stephen J Shanabrook, Laura White, Off Camera and Rebecca Chew exploring the concept of photographic sculpture

Paper surgery photography: Stephen J Shanabrook takes photographs of beautiful supermodels and turns them into grotesque monsters by toying with the idea of beauty.

lisa kokin, jealous Curator blog with interview with Lisa explaining her work.

Found images, AND thread? Oh, be still my beating heart! by California based artist Lisa Kokin

This is an example of one of Rebecca Chew's 3D photographs. Made by folding paper. Her work is used for magazines and exhibitions.

'Rebecca Chew' The photographer Rebecca Chew creates shape photography by taking different kinds of pictures and creating them into a sort of shape. I really like her work because you can see a different picture at a different angle of the shape.

Layer Motives by Nobuhiro Nakanishi

artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi has created a mesmerizing series called Layered Drawings. Nakanishi uses a laser print to mount his photos onto single plexiglass acrylic layers, together they produce a magnificent effect.