i had fun making these. in photoshop… not by hand.

all images courtesy of fashion gone rogue. please click on the images to be taken to the original editorials.









  1. Stunning! I really love them…your´re a great artist!
    BtW, I read and; therefore, automatically love every thing you post. Your blog is my favourite, and the only one I follow on a regular basis (no time for others!).

  2. these are so beautiful!

    fyi, the text underneath “escape artist” is showing up kind of overlapped.

  3. Beautiful but like Leah said, almost something slightly off about them. That being said, this is probably why I find them beautiful in the first place…

  4. these are just hideous, diana. what were you thinking?


    i love them endlessly. obviously! especially “in the garden”.

  5. these really are AMAZING. so much of what you do is so so so great, but when i saw these i was just floored. i would love to see more!

  6. Great evolution from the earlier fashion photo/painting collages! Your blog amazes and inspires me.

  7. I just found your blog and am so excited to be a new follower! Great stuff…totally coming back :) xoxo.

  8. oh wow these are incredible! You’re so talented and a clever cookie, count me in with those who’d love to know how you created them. x

  9. I also totally adore them. I love them better than the original. I’d love to do something like this with my photos. I so need to do a photoshop course. Thank you so much for the inspiration. Prux

  10. Thanks for sharing – it’s absolutely beautiful! Hopefully you are offering this to the masses – it would be a great business to start.

  11. that forces me to do a photoshop course soon. amazing, congrats and thanks for sharing this.

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  13. Hi Miss Moss,

    Just started looking through your blog today, and it’s great! I want to make Christmas surprises for my girlfriends, and the technique used with the backgrounds for these photos would be perfect. I want to mail them portraits of themselves…(get a package, you don’t expect anything, open it up and wham! gorgeous, soft coloured portrait, sweet and pretty.) I was thinking of watercolours, but now I love this. Is there anyway you would let us all in on the secret to doing it on Photoshop (or just email me!) so that I don’t have to figure it out by hand? Please please please???

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