Alison Diaz's photo-collages are not woven, but rather made from many tiny, diamond-shaped fragments of photos, rearranged slightly out of place and sequence.

Vintage photographs chopped up into perfect little diamonds, mixed up with each other, and then rearranged into new dizzying images. Today’s lovely touch of vertigo is brought to you by Californian artist Allison Diaz.

The French and Senegalese visual artist challenges notions of race and gender through her collage and masked portrait series.

The Masked Expressions of Delphine Diallo

Delphine Diallo - the French and Senegalese visual artist challenges notions of race and gender through her collage and masked portrait series.

boccelli - mixed media

This is cool and contemporary using graffiti over a models face, this could be a method I use for my final outcome.

GCSE art fragments/photography

Brno Del Zou Take multiple photos, cut them into different sized fragments and reassemble them in odd places that still work.

LOVE the stitching together of all body forms...beginning to think of how this could relate to modern day situations.

Mother, Daughter with Grandmother and Great-Grandmother: restitchings by Annegret Soltau

22nd January: Another artist I've looked closely at is Ana Teresa Barboza embroidery and her relationship between human skin and embroidery.

Ana Teresa Barboza embroidery creates a relationship between human skin and embroidery.


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