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Designed for Living

Designed for Living - Photomontage (started 2014 finished 2022) I don't know why its taken me so long to complete, but I had started this photomontage in 2014, almost 8 years ago during a Photoshop class I was attending at the time. The task was to learn about quick selecting and layering images, but I think I took it to another dimension.  I wanted to create a modern environment around an interior design image I used as a background, but it soon developed into a contemporary vision of modern life, along with hi-tech, art, environment and science turned mod-cons and a view of a post-war wasteland (and religious hope) outside the window. Later, I had in mind characters that I wanted to inhabit the space, starting with homeless persons and the contrast and contradictions that they would create.  Much of the piece's structure had been reverently influenced by Richard Hamilton’s 1956 iconic pop-art collage ‘Just What is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, so Appealing?’  I ha

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