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Time-lapse portraits that turn faces into tree rings

Intricate Time-Lapse Portraits That Recall the Rings of a Tree

Ryuta Iida - Time lapse Portraits Layered and Cut to Reveal the Passage of Time portraits paper

Amazing project idea — turn photos into paper cut sculptures.    Nerhol makes three-dimensional portraits like this:        Photograph many portraits of a single subject. Have them sit as still as they can.      Print all of the portraits and pile them into a stack.      Cut through the stack to reveal layers underneath.    Nerhol’s Photo Sculptures

photojojo: Amazing project idea — turn photos... - dizzymaiden

Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka, Nerhol - Laser cut-away

Over the course of just a few moments, Yoshihisa Tanaka and Ryuta Iida photograph their subjects thousands of times, refracting and distorting their expressions.

Portraits Cut Into Layers Illustrate Time Passing

Over the course of just a few moments, Yoshihisa Tanaka and Ryuta Iida photograph their subjects thousands of times, refracting and distorting their expressions.

"Japanese artists Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka are collectively known as Nerhol. 'Misunderstanding Focus' is created through a multitude of photographs taken of a subject over a period of three minutes, where during this sitting, the model is asked to stay as still as they can. The ability to remain completely immobile is impossible, and the work captures this through a topographical layering of the many photographs taken during the short interval, making them appear distored and…

nerhol: topography of motion through layered photographs

japanese artists ryuta iida and yoshihisa tanaka are collectively known as nerhol, and have sent designboom images of their project 'misunderstanding focus'.

"“Misunderstanding Focus” is a portrait series executed by the artistic collective known as Nerhol. The clever Japanese duo that makes up this brainstorm of creativity are Yoshihisa Tanaka and Ryuta Iida. Their work, when looked at carefully, is an elaborate testament of our always aging, constantly moving, ever changing bodies."

'Misunderstanding Focus', 27 Quivering Portraits by Nerhol

distortion

Misunderstanding Focus

Ryuta Iida graduated from Nihon University, Japan last This young Japanese artist recently conceived a brilliant way to illustrate our inability to stay

Wes Naman. I like how the material used can alter someone's looks.

After "Scotch Tape Portraits", photographer Wes Naman has created this twisted new series entitled "Rubber Band Portraits".

'Misunderstanding Focus', 27 Quivering Portraits by Nerhol | Yatzer

'Misunderstanding Focus', 27 Quivering Portraits by Nerhol

japanese artists ryuta iida and yoshihisa tanaka are collectively known as nerhol, and have sent designboom images of their project 'misunderstanding focus'.

“Misunderstanding Focus” is series of photo collages made by Nerhol, a collaboration between Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka. Each artwork is made of a several photos which were taken in a 3 minutes time span and then layered like an onion.

time-lapse portraits layered and cut to reveal the passage of time - ryuta iida

nerhol: topography of motion through layered photographs #superimposed

nerhol: topography of motion through layered photographs

japanese artists ryuta iida and yoshihisa tanaka are collectively known as nerhol, and have sent designboom images of their project 'misunderstanding focus'.

31 Photographs That Will Show You The Future of Photography

31 Photographs That Will Show You The Future of Photography

'misunderstanding focus' - nerhol [ryuta lida & yoshihisa tanaka] [each artwork is made of a several photos which were taken in a 3 minutes time span and then layered like an onion]

Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka Nerhol

Layered photographs by Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka

Misunderstanding Focus is a series of layered photographs by Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka, also known as Nerhol. Subjects sit as still as

A Shower photo by Nicolas Dumont

Rain by Nicolas Dumont

Rainy portraits by Nicolas Dumont

everywhere art: Time is Relative... What? And Other Timely Considerations

japanese artists ryuta iida and yoshihisa tanaka are collectively known as nerhol, and have sent designboom images of their project 'misunderstanding focus'.

Woodcut by Bryan Nash Gill

Woodcut Bryan Nash Gill Artist Bryan Nash Gill’s magnificent large-scale relief prints from the cross-sections of fallen and damaged trees offer a visual meditation on time, impermanence, and.

elle fanning. AP Invision photographer Victoria Will snapped some stunning portraits of A-list stars, including Anne Hathaway and Kristen Stewart, at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, creating breathtaking tintypes that bring us back to the 1860s. To make the experimental images, Will produced a direct positive on a thin sheet of iron coated with dark lacquer.

These 1860s-Style Celebrity Photos Will Take Your Breath Away

Elle Fanning Sundance 2014 Old-Fashioned Portraits - Sundance 2014 Victoria Will Tintypes - Esquire

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