exhibition › Photography into Sculpture/The Evolving Photographic Object › cherry and martin

exhibition: Photography into Sculpture/The Evolving Photographic Object › Michael de Courcy Untitled Photoserigraph and corrugated cardboard boxes 12 x 12 x 12 inches each box; overall dimensions variable

Larry Calkins- 180 men from Cincinnati before the war, 11 x 8 .5 x 2 inches

Larry Calkins, wood blocks remove able from frame 180 men from Cincinnati before the war, 11 x 8 x 2 inches reuse for Zo's alphabet blocks!

I love the fact that these paintings have been done on wood, even though you can see the erosion within the planks, i think it makes the piece more textured

ANTONIO MORA (aka mylovt) ~ a Spanish artist who combines with talent portraits photographed in various landscapes

This is an example of one of Rebecca Chew's 3D photographs. Made by folding paper. Her work is used for magazines and exhibitions.

'Rebecca Chew' The photographer Rebecca Chew creates shape photography by taking different kinds of pictures and creating them into a sort of shape. I really like her work because you can see a different picture at a different angle of the shape.

Textile Portraits, How to Stitch Art, Artist Study with thanks to Lisa Kokin Studies for Art Students at CAPI :::  www.milliande.com, Mixed Media Textile Art School Portfolio Work Inspiration, Stitch, Sewn, Vintage Photography

Combination of photography, printmaking, image transfer, hand sewing and sculpture.

Polish photographer Szymon Roginski teamed up with fellow photographer Kasia Korzeniecka to  create  this unusual collection of photo sculptures for fashion designer ania kuczynska’s 2009 spring/summer   line.

Polish photographer Szymon Roginski teamed up with fellow photographer Kasia Korzeniecka to create this unusual collection of photo sculptures for fashion designer ania kuczynska’s 2009 spring/summer line.

From the 2013 Varndean College A2 summer show

From the 2013 Varndean College summer show. what i found most interesting about this work was the use of double exposure without using a Photoshop method but rather with layering imagery in a box.


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