Although these are very basic photographs, it shows the importance of angle. Simply by positioning the person and the camera a cetain way it brings out sections of the body larger and these two photos work very well with an unusual and unrealistic element.
Kwangho Shin s a South Korean painter currently based in Seoul. He studied art at Keimyung University, and has recently become known in the art world for his abstract portraits, which he creates using oil, acrylic, and charcol. Shin's paintings depict subjects using colors that represent the subjects' emotions, with brushstrokes and layers of paint often distorting the subjects' faces while drawing attention to the eyes.
people with rainbow-hued embroidery on their faces, and vintage photos that have been snipped to bits and put back together into amazing kaleidoscope-ish configurations. London based artist Julie Cockburn,
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When does a photograph become a painting? We could literally spend hours browsing Laurence Demaison’s portfolio. His specialty seems to be shooting through films of water, giving his prints a beautiful abstract feeling. Laurence Demaison’s Black and White Water Portraits