Photo Manipulations – Get Ready to Discover the New Shapes of a Human Body

Human imagination and creativity is never static; it is a dynamic process, during which an artist absorbs all the inspiration offered to him by the Universe in order to translate real world objects and phenomena into the visual images, using the universal language of art. However, this language is constantly evolving reflecting trends, aesthetic preferences, and technological innovations, specific to a particular time period. For example, today we can see a specific form of digital art, described as photo manipulation. So, we have decided to dedicate a separate Cruzine showcase to this novel form of art and present our readers with the selection of human body photo manipulations.

The pictures below offer a new glance at the human body. Of course, all the images are conceptual and surreal, but they do reveal the boundless capabilities of artist’s imagination and technical means for photo processing. These images are filled with the true beauty of a human body in combination with the mystique character of the surreal and conceptual art. These photo manipulation pictures seem to have something in common with the works of Salvador Dali – every image consists of a great number of elements, which may look illogical and irrational if treated separately, but once all the elements are put together into an integral composition – a fantastic world appears: unreal yet attractive, rich, colorful, and wise.

Body Works by Vlad Golosiy

Every Fibre of my Being by Adam Ismail

Bezz-Bizz-Buss by ianARTic

Selfreflect by Peter Jaworowski

Gone with the wind – Photoshop case study by Olly Howe

Made of wood by Ofer Dahan

Femmella by Craig Shields

Job Done by Craig Shields


Body language by Merel Brugman

Eye with water-splash by Zsidi Gyula Róbert

Hocus Pocus by Craig Shields

Robot-like Bodies II by Sharonne Parfait

Heavenly Bodies by Garrick Middleton


Fibrous Deconstruct by Sharonne Parfait

The Carnival is Over by Mario Sánchez

Dollhouse by Jacob Wilen

Surreal Photo Manipulations by Edina Kabách

Alter Ego by theycallmeteddy

Female Shapes by Toon Kostermans

Tree head by Willie Runte

Anonymous by Marta Chade

Paint Dance by Christina Connelly

The Renaissance by Lalaland studios

NaturVivre by Dmitry Puzyrev

Self “Objective” Portraits by Jake Goss

Apparence by Charly Euvrard

60562 by Jarek Kubicki

Traces Of Deja Vu by Ola Gilen Røysamb

Freedom by Roberto Gamito

Breaking Point by 3rror404

Kelly Slater by Alberto Seveso

After 10 pm by Tariq Yosef

Digital Skin by Benjamin Delacour

The Struggle by David Waters

Grazia, Graziella e Grazie al Cazzo! by Alberto Seveso

Portraits by Martin Millar

Feel My Greatest Temptation by Fatkur Rokhim

Contra Band by Amy Neal

Experiment by Gustavo Lopez Mañas

Nikon Coolpix DNA Spring/Summer 2009 by Alberto Seveso


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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.