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William Mortensen - Sorcier Tantrique

William Mortensen, American pictorialist photographer Tantric Sorcerer, 1932 The cover image from Mortensen’s book The Command to Look, republished after 65 years by Feral House on 20 October

William Mortensen, “Woman with Skull” (ca. 1926), bromoil transfer borderless doubleweight

The Antichrist of Early-20th-Century Photography

William Mortensen “Faye Wray with Masks” (1926)

William Mortensen “Faye Wray with Masks” (1926)

Juxtapoz Magazine - William Mortensen: Monsters and Madonnas

William Mortensen: Monsters and Madonnas

“L’Amour,” probably William Mortensen’s most famous image   It’s not many photographers whose works can withstand comparison to Rembrandt and Vermeer, but if there is one, then William Mortensen is that photographer. Debates about the “status” of photography as both neutral recorder of reality and device for exuberant expressions of artifice are as dusty as the question of who “lost” China—it’s both—but Mortensen was decidedly pitched on one end of that debate, on the side of those who…

Images from an upcoming book and exhibition on William Mortensen, American pictorialist photographer

Grotesque, Occult, and Erotic Images by William Mortensen, the Forgotten Hollywood Photographer Who Ansel Adams Called "the Anti-Christ"

vintage everyday: Grotesque, Occult, and Erotic Images by William Mortensen, the Forgotten Hollywood Photographer Who Ansel Adams Called "the Anti-Christ"

By William Mortensen

By William Mortensen

Through the Looking Glass | Alice in Wonderland  - dark.  Cheshire cat. Poster/painting

Digital Art by Jenny Marie Smith

alice in wonderland | Tumblr

Mind-Blowing Theories That Will Change Your Perception of the World" The Alice in Wonderland esk picture caught my attention with the use of fading in areas and the mirror, but then the article held it. The theories really are mind blowing.

By: Januz Miralles

Januz Miralles

“ The Photo Manipulations & Painted Textures of Januz Miralles There is little disclosure on the background and creative technique of Philippines-based artist and photographer, Januz.

As I peered at my shattered reflection, a dark hatred filled my heart. It spread through my veins and set me on fire. They would regret the day they dared to defy me. They would regret the day they challenged the evil queen. -Makayla Abbink

As I peered at my shattered reflection, a dark hatred filled my heart. It spread through my veins and set me on fire. They would regret the day they dared to defy me. They would regret the day they challenged the evil queen.

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