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July 25, 2012 / alice

rainbow of photos and the magic of apps

the camera features on phones astound me. i downloaded an app recently that is compatible with instragram and i was fiddling around with it today. i  stumbled upon one feature that pieces together different photos. i made one, and fell in love with what i could create. i havent been able to stop. i created a series of photographs made up of other photographs- creating blocks of color. when you look at these images, they are made up of many different colors but still communicate one color.  i am not sure how i feel about the cheezy frames but it will do for now.

enjoy! i would love your feedback!


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  1. angela / Jul 25 2012 9:48 am

    Hey girl, these came out great! What’s the name of the app?

    • avenues of artistry / Jul 26 2012 8:27 am

      hey gurl- thanks! the app is Instacollage…… guess i should’ve remembered that one! i think a lot of people use it to make a cluster of photographs.

  2. thefreakartist / Jul 25 2012 2:02 pm

    love it! really cool.

  3. thepinkrachael / Jul 26 2012 7:22 am

    These are great – love that orange one with the berries and butterflies. What’s the app called?

    • avenues of artistry / Jul 26 2012 8:28 am

      thanks so much! i think the orange might be my fave too. its so hard to choose! the app is called Instacollage. thanks for stopping by!

  4. Michelle Fitzurka / Jul 26 2012 3:25 pm

    Really fun and visually engaging compositions! I like that tiling effect. One of my favorites is the bee’s stripes relationship to the horizontal lines of the grill on the truck. Great job with utilizing a new tool!

    • avenues of artistry / Jul 26 2012 7:00 pm

      Thank you! I hadn’t even noticed the bees stripes in conjunction with the car grill!

  5. mirannette / Jul 27 2012 2:54 am

    Lovely. Engaging way to present a mood about a place or event in minimal space. I like it! Thank you for sharing.

    • avenues of artistry / Jul 27 2012 10:26 am

      Great way to put it. I love miniature space and composition! Thanks for your insightful comment 🙂

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