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Patrick Winfield's Polaroid Composites

  • Posted by SHFT on July 7, 2011 in Art
  • Since 2006 photographer and artist Patrick Winfield has been making massive multimedia works using Polaroids, reinterpreting how we conventionally see this instant film. Winfield explained his approach to Dazed Digital:

    “My work is about juxtaposing various elements to make something new, playing with the familiar to form some fantasy. A recycling of imagery to create new symbols. I draw with my camera and film or with found images and the xacto knife.”

    For more of Winfield’s superb composite work, click here.

    (via Dangerous Minds)





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