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Art by Julie Cockburn

Art by Julie Cockburn

The Bear

In this issue, Oliver Bullough travels to Ukraine and Crimea in the wake of revolution;

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The Artist Using Needle and Thread to Transform Found Photos

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Julie Cockburn. Declaring “no image is safe after it enters my studio,” Julie Cockburn transforms …

Who: Julie Cockburn  What: Manipulation of the human face. Masked portrait which cover the face and destroy the image.  Why: I like this image because Julie Cockburn uses the faces and spends time manipulating the image with the face and creating a delusional image.

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by Brock Davis Art for an article in Wired Magazine about the overlords of open sourcing

Evensong | Julie Cockburn |  2015

Available for sale from The Photographers' Gallery, Julie Cockburn, Evensong 10 × 7 in

intervención en fotografías

people with rainbow-hued embroidery on their faces, and vintage photos that have been snipped to bits and put back together into amazing kaleidoscope-ish configurations.

Martin O'Neil Cut Up portraits; could communicate fade/loss; transformation of who you are into who you could be; have the pieces re-gather in an upside down version, maybe a photo of the person younger then who they are now

Embroidered Vintage Photographs by Julie Cockburn | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration #art #collage #embroidery #vintage #surreal #inspirationgrid

Embroidered Vintage Photographs by Julie Cockburn

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Julie Cockburn. Declaring “no image is safe after it enters my studio,” Julie Cockburn transforms …

Close Knit

Julie Cockburn takes studio portraits from the past, obliterates the faces with embroidery – and injects them with new life. Sean O’Hagan meets her

Refinery29 does it again! Love how they continue to combine pop-art style illustration with photography. #popart #r29

I like this pin because it's a very serious portrait, but someone added graphics that seem fun and playful when they move; the opposite of the portraits tone. I think they go nicely together without overpowering both moods.

This image is called 'The maths lesson' and was created by Julie Cockburn, this photograph was part of an exhibition in April and May This was created by collages and cut out's.