Nacho Ormaechea takes superimposed images of people to another level. Instead of strategically blending human features with other scenes, be them natural or manmade, Nacho Ormaechea actually replaces the whole person, leaving only his or her silhouette and filling it with a completely different image. The result is a unique form of collage that has been slowly rising in the art industry.
Based in Paris, Nacho Ormaechea is first and foremost an art director and graphic designer. Hence, his creative take on this mixed media phenomenon. Through Nacho Ormaechea's superimpositions, he invites the viewer to create a dialogue with each work of art. It is this interaction and interpretation that really takes this art form and Nacho Ormaechea's work in particular to a whole new level.
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