If you haven't heard yet, double exposure images are all the rage. It's no surprise that our creators have quite a few packages available to help you dip your toes into the field. In the case of Alexis, an 18-year-old artist from Paris, France, she's found a way to turn simple photos into amazing works of art.
Now what I like so much about Alexis's work is that she combines people with architecture in a way that complements the two nicely. But that's not all she does, because there's also some great nature shots mixed in there, too. All in all, it's a cool combination of work, and something I appreciate.
Where does she get her inspiration? As she said in a piece on Art People Gallery, "When I start a creation I say to myself: 'Don’t do like others, do something different, do something that no one has seen,' and then I start my creation with some music in my ears, just doing what I love." And even though it's a labor of love, it's something that she can get done in a relatively short amount of time: "Usually I spend 3 or 4 hours making one double exposure creation."
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