London-based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz creates these striking superhero women portraits with milk and food coloring, layering up to 200 photos of the same model with different milk splashes to create the final images.
On Body Forms: Photos by Klaus Kampert
Beautiful, terrible, moving, terrifying, human forms in larger forms. Ecce Homo by Berlin artist Evelyn Bencicova.
Cecelia Webber uses images of the human body arranged to create the vision of plants and animals. She photographs nude models (herself included) and then builds the final images through edits, cuts and color.
She explains: “Each image takes many stages to create. I start by researching photos of the creature or plant I’m trying to create and then sketch poses I want to photograph in a notebook…I never warp my models or edit them to change them – it is important to me to portray real natural bodies. Once I have my photos I start laying out my piece and playing with colour and arrangements…Many drastic transformations take place during this stage, so it’s sort of magical, because so many different variations are possible. I feel many possibilities at once but the true form of my subject slowly emerges.”
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