Victoria Siemer explores the idea of fractured landscapes through photo manipulations and collages. Try your own with the Juxtaposer app: http://content.photojojo.com/tutorials/juxtaposer-the-best-layering-app/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CAMPAIGN
Waterproof Photo Tiles I used some basic white ceramic tiles (20¢ each) and painted a coat of Mod Podge right onto the glossy part of the tile and laid my photo flat. I let them dry for about an hour, then did another layer of Mod Podge right on top of the photo (it dries clear), followed by three layers of clear lacquer. This project does take a few days since lacquer needs about three hours to dry in-between. They are waterproof, they can be used as coasters.
imaginary city 1 - This image is part of a mini collection of simple "child-like" illustrations of some imaginary city and the main subject of the story are buildings and clouds. It's a photo manipulation consisted of several layers blended together using "Photo Layers" app for Android. I used "Photo Editor" for all the perspective corrections of the building in order to achieve frontal/orthogonal facade view. Last, the color/tonality adjustments are done on "Snapseed".