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Photographer’s Unique Layered Prints Show People Melting Into Landscapes

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German photographer Michel Lamoller has created an incredible series of photo collages that depict subjects melting into their environment.

Titled Tautochronos, the series is composed of unique portraits where individuals become camouflaged in the most unusual of ways. Made purely of physical prints, cut with a scalpel and layered neatly before being captured once again, these physical photo manipulations add a strange and unique sense of depth to the scenes depicted.

Below are a number of creations from the series, ranging between 6 to 8 layers of prints.

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To check out the full series, head on over to Lamoller’s website.

(via PhotoJoJo)


 
  • ReinoldFZ .

    Nice art, it makes me evoke a bit the idea of cubism.

  • http://lois-bryan.artistwebsites.com/ Lois Bryan

    Fun!!! Tweeted!

  • Jim Johnson

    I’d really be interested to see the process in action.