These captivating double exposure portraits are the work of Daniel Taylor. The artist depicts female silhouettes and closeups using an abstract method and plays with texture in the process.
Overlayed with patterns that include abstract spirals, organic matter and even stone textures, Daniel Taylor's figure drawings defy expectation. Working with ink, paint and oil, the artist creates images that exhibit a collective point of view while powerfully standing alone at the same time.
While the artist's profile view closeups resemble vinyl album art from the 70s, his elongated female silhouettes are a nod to the 60s and mimic the famed opening credits of the various Bond films. Overall, these double exposure portraits exude an air of sensuality in a subtle and sophisticated way.
Abstract Double Exposure Portraits
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