Inspiration

Gorgeous Multiple Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora

by . July 13th, 2014

Antonio Mora, is a Spanish artist who takes multiple photos and artfully juxtaposes them into surreal and breathtaking artistic pieces.

Multiple exposure photography is the superimposition of two images together, to create something else that is entirely beautiful. Multiple exposure is a technique that goes as far back as the 1890s using traditional film and analogue cameras. Now, we might have Photoshop but let’s all agree that there’s a certain elegance to the art. There are a lot of techniques to make sure that your artwork looks consistent.

Mora, after a lengthy career as both a designer and art director, decided to step into another field of creativity that enabled him to play with pieces that were a little more surreal and dipped in fantasy. On his website he writes:

Originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams. 

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MORE OF ANTONIO’S WORKS HERE

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Julya leads the double life of being a graphic designer and a writer. Some of her favourite things in the world are nicely kerned typefaces, bubble tea and nerd humor. She holds the world record for watching the film Inception more times than necessary.