These expressive creations are the works of graphic artist Géraldine Georges. The images are a fantastic combination of photography and illustration featuring women, nature and wildlife.
Georges’ works begin as stylish photographs, in some a single model, others with collages and groupings of photos. Then, with the aid of a ‘Rotring’ marker Géraldine draws birds, foxes, branches and other elements of nature to create her surreal portraits.
The talented Belgian artist has already had some of her work featured in L’Oreal Ads and has been seen in the New York Times. You can read the entire interview with her on Yatzer through the link below.
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By: Elsa Blaine - Published: Aug 29, 2009 • References: yatzer