Digitally Altered Portraits Superimposed With Flowers, Antique Patterns, And Wildlife Illustrations By Tawny Chatmon

Maryland-based artist Tawny Chatmon combines traditional portraiture with digital collage, layering elements of antique patterns, vintage botanicals, and wildlife illustrations onto images of her children and other relatives. Once printed, Chatmon often revisits the digital textures she has superimposed, physically adding layers of gold ornamental elements or paint. Continue reading »

The Spanish Photographer Digitally Combines Sequential Images Of Birds To Create A Fantastic Single Image

The Spanish photographer Xavi Bou digitally combines sequential pictures of birds to create a single image, or chronophotograph, that reveals the shapes of their flight paths against Catalonian skies. His work shows the variety and beauty to be found in the daily activities of the local birds, including spiralling storks, swooping starlings and giddy swifts.

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Greater flamingos at Ebro Delta, Catalonia. (Photo by Xavi Bou/Rex Features/Shutterstock) Continue reading »

Zelda The Shiba Inu Digitally Added Into Popular Photographs And Movie Stills

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Seattle photographer Olivia Lazer had a little fun with her Shiba Inu, named Zelda, by digitally adding the beautiful canine into popular photographs and movie stills. The entire collection of photos are available to view on Instagram and Tumblr. Continue reading »

Tattoo Artist Digitally Tattoos Celebrities


Some of us love tattoos and some of us hate them, but Seattle-based artist Cheyenne Randall has come up with an interesting way of making them more popular – by Photoshopping them onto the skins of famous people throughout history.

Have you ever wondered what an inked-up Johnny Cash or Audrey Hepburn might look like? Randall’s images features these and other greats baring all and showing off their digitally altered tattoos. While the tattoos might look overdone or strangely out of place on some, many of these characters look like they definitely could’ve (and should’ve) rocked some ink. Continue reading »