Matt Wisniewski

Matt Wisniewski

Ipersonally think that Matt Wisnieswki is a pretty impressive guy. You can clearly tell from his work that he is incredibly artistic and talented. He’s incredibly blessed with knowing how to develop these photos; I personally don’t have a clue! His work is very abstract, which does inspire me a lot because I can pick out pieces from the actual collage and blow it up and work from that.

Matt Wisniewski is an artist based around the New York scene. He creates beautiful mixed media images, which are a total change from some of the art on the scene these modern days. He creates digital art collages, but I found that I can easily link these to textiles! By doing this it creates a stunning fashion and nature mash-up. Winiewski manipulates photos he finds on the blogging site Tumblr to incorporate both the beauty of the human form and the beauty of nature.

His work is dreamlike visual experiments; show a variety of different natural and manmade elements, as an addition to the photos subjects. The grainy texture of soil, the coarse surface of mountainous regions, and the salty flow of ocean water add visual excitement and intrigue to each image. Landscaping the contours of the human figure gives a whole new meaning to human nature.










Hope you enjoyed reading, Cerys xo

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About cerysjames

A 19 year old Textile Design student studying in Cardiff! I decided to start up a blog as a diary for all things textile! Mostly inspiration and exhibitions I've been too. My favourite things are printing and having a big imagination!

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