Architecture hyper-collage by Jim Kazanjian

Architecture hyper-collage by Portland-based photo artist Jim Kazanjian. Stunning.

My technique could be considered “hyper-collage”. I cobble together pieces from photographs found online and feed them into Photoshop. Through a palimpsest-like layering process of adding and subtracting, I eventually merge these various parts together. I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenized image. Right now, I am using around 50 photos to create one of my pieces.

Via Archinect.

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2 Comments to “Architecture hyper-collage by Jim Kazanjian”

  1. Wow, this is really interesting stuff!

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