Trying to fill in someone else's shoes is futile. The person will at best be a shadow of the one who shoes they are trying to fill. It is best to have new shoes (their own) rather than live in the shadow of another
"Tipping Point" (photomanipulation), by Ömer Taşdemir. He brings together images taken in the real world, to construct surreal realities that we don't recognise but, are perfect for our minds and our dreams.
This example of photomontage is interesting because it combines a mountain range with a vintage photo of a little boy with whipped cream. It is a light hearted image and pairs well with the light nature of the whipped cream.
I think this photo looks like januz miralles' work but gives a more realistic feel. I think it is interresting how this could be interpreted as smoke or a cloud giving two very different impressions of emotion.
is an Irish practitioner who explores themes of consciousness, loss, difference, inversion and abstraction through his work. His doctoral thesis focuses on the use. The post Kevin Dowd appeared first on Art Fucks Me.