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Stream Nymano - I'll Never Know Green Tea by Killer Records from desktop or your mobile device

References for various fundamental things - composition, balance of details etc. I don't have sources for most of these as its something that was lying on my hdd for a while, but you should be able to look it up through google images.

Analog glitch skull by Rob Sheridan on Behance “ The first set in an ongoing series of analog glitch art. These are offshoots of the visuals created for the How to destroy angels EP “An omen” and our.

Glitch Art by Giacomo Carmagnola on www.inspiration-now.com

Giacomo Carmagnola is an artist from Treviso, Italy who creates creepy, glitches photo manipulations. Giacomo starts with classics works, ranging from photographs and art to film stills and turns them into something fresh with Photoshop.

Melvin Galapon: Soundwave

Melvin Galapon Soundwave Portrait of Alexander Graham Bell the inventor of the loudspeaker and typographic treatment taking inspiration from sound wave formations.

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frances berry (The Jealous Curator)

It’s very rare for me to write about digital work, but boy oh boy, I do love the way this lady stretches a pixel! I wrote about American artist Frances Berry in I just discovered her most recent

Glitch Art Photoshop Action — Photoshop ATN #instagram #colors • Download ➝ https://graphicriver.net/item/glitch-art-photoshop-action/19032075?ref=pxcr

Glitch Art Photoshop Action

Buy Glitch Art Photoshop Action by on GraphicRiver. Photoshop Configuration: Use Photoshop english version; Compatible with and CC.

This composition mimics the split look of an object when in the water. However, at the top of the color overlay are lines that look like pixels on a TV or computer screen. Draws your eye to the central focus of the piece (his head, or more specifically his eyes.

This composition mimics the split look of an object when in the water. However, at the top of the color overlay are lines that look like pixels on a TV or computer screen. Draws your eye to the central focus of the piece (his head, or more specifically hi

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