Artist: Horyon Lee {contemporary figurative female torso dress double exposure woman painting}

Korean artist Lee ho Ryon Lee's series "Overlapping Images" incorporates a double exposure technique typically used in photography. The remarkable thing about this body of work is that the images are, in fact, oil paintings.

Art Sculpture of Geometric Human Body Shapes by Antony Gormley

Art Sculpture of Geometric Human Body Shapes by Antony Gormley. I was drawn to this and when studying building structures, the geometric aspect is what I appreciated the most

Beautiful Nude Movement. | long exposure | double exposure | movement | tabletop | woman | dance | rest | www.republicofyou.com.au

long exposure photography black and white - This image shows the sense of movement and I pined mostly for the independant unit and to have an idea how to create an image for the moving object theme

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annsymes: livre-de-matieres: bewildered-making-present: banausicc: visicert: secondproxy: urbsolare: fhwrdh: figure-chair.jpg pixels drawing as a process inspiration

The Inspiration Grid : Design Inspiration, Illustration, Typography, Photography, Art, Architecture

Nude: Photo Series by Shinichi Maruyama - The figure in the imageis created by combining individual photographs of a dancer.

Postures in Time by Camil Tulcan

postures in time Representations of movement. What creates a sense of motion in a still image?

Ballet Motion Photography by: Jan Masny ~ http://nethernoir.com/images/ballet-art-beauty-abstract-dance-haunting-intensity-motion-photography

jan masny photgraphy ballet 3 Monochromatic Ballet Squad by Jan Masny picture on VisualizeUs

Marcel Duchamp descending a staircase by Eliot Elisofon (New York: 1952). Life imitating art.

Artist Marcel Duchamp walking down a flight of stairs in a multiple exposure image reminiscent of his famous painting “Nude Descending a Staircase.” Location: New York, NY, US Date taken: 1952 Photographer: Eliot Elisofon

The Sound of Taste. An audio visual installation in association with Schwartz Flavour Shots, an innovative new range of herb and spice blend...

The Sound of Taste: Slow Motion Spice Bag Explosions Synchronized with Music slow motion food advertising

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