This is a technique i am using by which a composite photographic image is formed by combining images from separate photographic sources. The term was coined by Berlin Dadaists c. 1918 and was employed by artists such as George Grosz, John Heartfield, Raoul Hausmann and Hannah Höch for images often composed from mass-produced sources such as newspapers and magazines.
Love these :) So much potential for more experimenting with enamelling.
Originally posted on SHIFTYLLAMA:
Just wanted to share a couple of coins I adapted in the enamelling studio the other week. I think there’s lots of potential for fun here, and I’d like to do more.
I like the way everyday objects can be transformed, and I like the Queen’s expression as she peers out from her little sea of tangerine…