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The Greatest Print, Distorted Paintings Henrietta Harris is a very talented illustrator from Auckland, New Zealand. Henrietta paints this skewed series of watercolor portraits with this amazing distortion. The way she attained this interesting style is through an accident where she inadvertently dipped her paintbrush in her coffee. She then perfected this happy accident and turned it into a style. Be sure to check out more skillful renderings of Henrietta over at her main site, here.

The Greatest Print, Distorted Paintings Henrietta Harris is a very talented illustrator from Auckland, New Zealand. Henrietta paints this skewed series of watercolor portraits with this amazing distortion. The way she attained this interesting style

Spanish-based photographer, graphic/web designer and editor Rocio Montoya creates surreal collages that speak about the human body in close relation to nature.

This example of photomontage works well because it is visually interesting and has a lot of contrast. The photo of the woman is in black and white while the photo of the plant is shown in color this contrast makes the image stand out more.

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"Flesh Connection" by Duarte Vitoria You can almost feel their emotions and desires.xoxo — with Marina Orace and Vũ Thị Thu Hiền.

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Henrietta Harris’ painted portraits look like she dipped the whole work in water. The “liquid” effect is quite interesting to see in this series. Artwork © Henrietta Harris Link via Boooooom