David Hockney - This mural is made up of photographs. Even though the photos don't go together they still look really effective together. As I do photography I could take the photos, put them together and paint them.

David Hockney photo collage of a chair - Hockney shows how several viewpoints can be combined within the one photo montage to create an image that is intriguing and cohesive, despite the distorted perspective.

Emotional change

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Credit: Mary Ellen Mark In 1990 Mary Ellen Mark met Amanda, a nine-year-old at a special school in Valdese, North Carolina, for children with problems, 'although a lot of them only had problems with their parents'. Mark was sent to the school by Life magazine 'during the beginning of the end of interesting documentary photography assignments'.Mark was fascinated by Amanda – 'She was so smart' – and followed her home from school to discover her smoking in the woods behind her house. ...

Pictures of the week: Amanda And Her Cousin Amy, by Mary Ellen Mark

Amanda and her cousin Amy Valdese by Mary Ellen Mark North Carolina, USA, 1990 In Peter Howe at Life magazine sent me to North Carolina to photograph a special school for children with problems.

Mind map

Beginning and/or End - theme mind-map interactive with artist links

Great ideas and artist links on an interactive PDF mind map for GCSE art exam introduction.

This is two people an old lady and a little girl whose faces are next to each other and it shows the past present and the future.

This eye cream will reduce wrinkles (and make you feel 5 years younger!) - Wake Up Happy

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red-lipstick: “ Elena Kulikova - Eye See Face Melt 2 Face Melt 4 Eye Am We Yawn I Am You Compound Eyes See Her Beauty Multiply Photography ”

Face to face with New York's drag queens: Photographer's stunning images of transvestites with only half of their make up.

Face to face with a drag queen: New York photographer's stunning portraits of cross-dressing performers only half made up

Heidi Glum -- one of a series of "Half Drag" portraits by Leland Bobbé.