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Landscape Series by Cecilia Paredes

Artist Cecilia Paredes Paints Herself to Hide in Plain Sight

In her "Landscape Series," Peruvian artist Cecilia Paredes uses body paint, makeup and other materials to blend into colorful wallpaper backgrounds. For mo

From The Unseen Series by Lara Zancoul. 'The Unseen presents two visions within one viewing experience; commenting not only on the surface of things, but also on what may lie hidden beneath.' #Photography #Conceptual #Anthropomorphism

Last year we first shared this awesome photo by Lebanese photographer Lara Zankoul we were dying to know how it was made. Entitled The Zoo, it depicts a gentleman wearing our Horse Head Mask sitting.

mmm - interiors-designed.com  These photos look like they use the elements of contrast and color more than the fibonacci spiral or the thirds rule. But the space it gives, instead of zooming in on a single object hints at cropped perfection.

Mirrored black and white photographs, with brightly-hued watercolor paint. ---from a 2013 series, titled Miroir, by Paris based artist Fabienne Rivory.

French photographer Julien Palast uses vibrant colours to explore the human form in his new photo series entitled “Skindeep”.

French photographer Julien Palast uses vibrant colours to explore the human form in his new photo series entitled Skindeep.

Camouflaged Self-Portraits | Inspirations Area

Make up and bodypainting for these incredible camouflage photoshoots by the peruvian artist Cecile Parades.

Le matin, je me sens un peu comme ca

This is a very unique photo which has been edited by putting on a lions head onto a man's body which unusual hair(dreadlocks) and could be used in my AS Graphics book.

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Watch As The Amazing Artist Cecilia Paredes Disappears Into Wallpaper

The Chameleon Artist Cecilia Paredes’ elaborate paintings could easily be mistaken for your everyday wallpaper. That is, if it weren’t for the fact that the Peruvian artist manages to blend her own body into each piece of art.

Rooms Feb 2016 Shigeki Matsuyama is a Japanese artist who uses WWI dazzle camouflage designs as the motive for his work. It expresses the uncertain always changing qualities of today’s social networking sites, he explains.

NUUN BERLIN Rooms Feb 2016 Shigeki Matsuyama is a Japanese artist who uses WWI dazzle camouflage designs as the motive for his work. It expresses the uncertain always changing qualities of today’s social networking sites, he explains.

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