Met z'n tweeën zo'n collage op de muur, die we lekker laten hangen als we eruit geschopt worden..

Met z'n tweeën zo'n collage op de muur, die we lekker laten hangen als we eruit geschopt worden..

David Hockney I like that he is working with the movements of the picture and making a new concept with the image and making you look at it in a different way.

David Hockney

David Hockney I like that he is working with the movements of the picture and making a new concept with the image and making you look at it in a different way.

For his series “Time Is a Dimension,” photographer Fong Qi Wei would set up his camera about an hour before dawn or dusk and then take numerous shots over the next 2 to 4 hours. Then he spliced the photos together in order to display the sun rising or setting in a single image…

Dozens of photos from the same spot layered to show the passing of time [7 pictures]

For his series “Time Is a Dimension,” photographer Fong Qi Wei would set up his camera about an hour before dawn or dusk and then take numerous shots over the next 2 to 4 hours. Then he spliced the photos together in order to display the sun rising or setting in a single image…

Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

Clothed Descending a Staircase No. 2
In an homage to Marcel Duchamp's masterpiece Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 (itself inspired by Eadweard Muybridge's photographs), Eliot Elisofon photographed Duchamp performing the act himself in 1952, and used multiple exposures to mimick the artist's famous time-lapse-style painting.
Photo: Eliot Elisofon/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
Jan 01, 1952

Clothed Descending a Staircase No. 2 In an homage to Marcel Duchamp's masterpiece Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 (itself inspired by Eadweard Muybridge's photographs), Eliot Elisofon photographed Duchamp performing the act himself in 1952, and used multiple exposures to mimick the artist's famous time-lapse-style painting. Photo: Eliot Elisofon/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images Jan 01, 1952

Multimedia artist Reynald Drouhin’s revises crystal clear landscapes in his series ‘Landscape Monolith’, by turning sections of the land upside-down.

Multimedia artist Reynald Drouhin’s revises crystal clear landscapes in his series ‘Landscape Monolith’, by turning sections of the land upside-down.

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