New Hilarious Mashups By Stephen McMennamy – Design You Trust

New Hilarious Mashups By Stephen McMennamy

Stephen McMennamy (previously) is a talented artist and art director from Atlanta, Georgia who creates humorous images by combining photos. Stephen takes two photos and splices them together. The early #combophoto project shots were taken with an iPhone, but McMennamy recently bought a new camera to improve the quality, and occasionally uses a drone.

More info: Stephen McMennamy, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: photogrist)

















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