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David Hockney - Hockney worked with 'joiners' where he took many images of a place and combined them into 1 image.


Probably Hockney's most famous joiner image an innovative way of illustrating with standard 6x4 photographs. This used a massive collection of images to assemble. David even went into the dessert with the images to assemble them. Look at all the different elements like the signs, the perspective has been interfered with by photographing things from straight on. "That stop sign wouldn't be that big would it?"

from The Huffington Post

David Hockney's Landscapes Arrive In Spain

David Hockney Pearblossom Highway, 11-18 April 1986 #1 Photocollage 119.4 x 163.8 cm The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Gift of David Hockney © David Hockney Photo credit: Prudence Cuming Associates

from Kayla Hutto's Portfolio

David Hockney

David Hockney - collage

from eBay

1986 David Hockney Pearblossom Highway Poster

1986 David Hockney Pearblossom Highway Poster #PopArt

Hockney: Pear Blossom Highway. When you see this up close, it is even more mind boggling.