Cabinet cards are a photograph style that was used in the early 1900s. These photos were hand-painted with acrylic paint to produce a completely new image. In 2014, Colin Batty hosted a show called “Meet the family” in Portland, Oregon and almost 100 pictures were painted and featured in that event. Moreover, it turned into a book of 100 images by the same name after the show.
The excitement comes from the challenge of making an illusion that sometimes reasons a double-take by the viewer. If you take something lost in history, for example, a faded and aged dull 100 years or older. The normal person can’t even look at it and add an element of absurdity to create a true fusion. The past and future are satisfactory. Creating a third version by taking
trifles and adding unusual elements is enjoyable and recommended.
Insane in the membrane
Boys will always be boys
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