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Crazy Woman - Lara Lisa Bella Art Print

An artist known as 'Lara Lisa' created this piece of art called 'Crazy Woman'. This image is photographed, both of the girl and the image of the street which is replacing her face. This image relates to the 'openings' theme because the street is of an opening - it also links in with 'disguise' as her face is disguised by a street and the edit makes it seem as though she's holding the picture over her face to hide it. Photoshop has been used to create this whole image.

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Crazy Woman - Lara Lisa Bella Art Print by Marko Köppe | Society6

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Hattie Stewart - Illustrator - Commissioned Doodle Bombs

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Hidden identity, this is really interesting that she is hiding her face with an image of the back of her head.

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We are loving these vintage paper collages by artist Ben Giles.  He describes as almost screen shots for films that the viewer has to imagine or are sets to an existing film that never aired.  The collages are fanciful, thoughtful, and inspiring.  This up and coming artist is only 19 years old with a bright future ahead.

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Pattern Portraits by Marina Esmeraldo

Marina Esmeraldo is a designer and illustrator based in Barcelona, Spain. Her work is informed by her studies in architecture and graphic design, her passion for patterns, bold shapes and color, and her tropical upbringing in the northeast of Brazil.

Pattern Portraits by Marina Esmeraldo

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