I used juxtaposition by placing a sloth in an astronaut suit and placing a flagpole in his hand I used feathering to fade the outer space scene with the scene of the clouds. The mountains in the background are distorted, since they are originally flat. I distorted them to create a circular feel about them.
Surrealism is the abstraction of reality in art in order to create something that is beyond our perception of the world. Famous Surrealists: Salvidor Dali, Man Ray, and René Magritte Surrealism originated in the early 1920s as a result of Dada activities during WW1 and triggered a global art movement. 2 Famous Paintings: The Empire of Light by Rene Magritte (c. 1950-1954) Salvador Dalí. (Spanish, 1904-1989). The Persistence of Memory. 1931. The Empire of LightRene Magritte
For this image, I took my friend Austin and used dislocation to place him in Da Vinci’s The Last Supper. I used the lasso tool to cut him out from his original image, and used clothes from the art piece and placed them on him using new layers. I then adjusted the saturation to make him look like he fits in the painting. (This image is in no way meant to deface any religion)
In this scene from The Hangover, I used dislocation to make it appear as though my friend Austin was in the elevator. I used the lasso tool to cut him out from his picture, and then I adjusted the hue to make it match the scene’s lighting. I then made a new layer with Zach Galifianakis above everyone so it looked like Austin was behind him.