Artorial Friday 9 September, 2011 In Art 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. Related posts: Re-imagining Kenzo Girl In The Wild suno & vallotton ArteditorialFashionfashion meets paintingpainting 48 Comments lille 9 years ago Reply stunning! would you share how you made them? Gabija 9 years ago Reply They look so much more interesting this way:) great job!!! I admire you so much! Maria 9 years ago Reply 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!). Best, María rubi 9 years ago Reply these are so beautiful! fyi, the text underneath “escape artist” is showing up kind of overlapped. Miss Moss Post Author 9 years ago Reply thanks for pointing that out. Leah - What Indie Nights? 9 years ago Reply Eerie… like people coming alive out of their simple watercolour paintings. I love them! Enia 9 years ago Reply 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… meg 9 years ago Reply how has hardly anyone commented on this? so clever!! Bridget 9 years ago Reply oh my WORD these are amazing. Zandri 9 years ago Reply I love this. Absolutely beautiful! Linds 9 years ago Reply oh my word – these are too too beautiful Mallory 9 years ago Reply these are just hideous, diana. what were you thinking? haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. i love them endlessly. obviously! especially “in the garden”. florence 9 years ago Reply so cool! where are the painting backdrops from? Ginta 9 years ago Reply It’s absolutely beautiful and beyond amazing! kirsten 9 years ago Reply 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! ms Givens 9 years ago Reply Too cool! Can you print and frame? KellyP 9 years ago Reply These are brilliant! messick 9 years ago Reply miss moss, this is completely lovely. messick 9 years ago Reply p.s. and very inspiring. Abigail 9 years ago Reply Diana- these are beautiful! especially love the girl within. Renee 9 years ago Reply Great evolution from the earlier fashion photo/painting collages! Your blog amazes and inspires me. alexandra 9 years ago Reply lady miss, you are TALENTED. <3 Lena 9 years ago Reply wow, you’re great! Kristin 9 years ago Reply Gorgeous! You’re so talented! magdamagda 9 years ago Reply That’s beautiful! I will surely try on my pics;) Junaluska 9 years ago Reply Wow, they turned out really nice! Sadly, I’m hopeless at Photoshop. Dee 9 years ago Reply Dude. Amaze. curious constellation 9 years ago Reply Oh my! Everything you do astounds me! Carla 9 years ago Reply These are great – brilliant idea! Tess 9 years ago Reply I really love it! Wow! You’re so talented! Megan 9 years ago Reply damn fine job, Miss M. I feel inspired Amanda 9 years ago Reply I just found your blog and am so excited to be a new follower! Great stuff…totally coming back :) xoxo. Linda 9 years ago Reply Stellar post! Thanks for continuing to inspire. :) laura 9 years ago Reply This is amazing! Lisa 9 years ago Reply Absolutely stunning! Jenna 9 years ago Reply 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 Mariah 9 years ago Reply These are gorgeous, Diana. Amaze. Jessie 9 years ago Reply I am so impressed with your photoshop skills!! sara 9 years ago Reply these are gorgeous! Banana Meet-Cute 9 years ago Reply These are absolutely amazing. I thought I knew my way round photoshop, but you are a photoshop genius! Kristin 9 years ago Reply You should so sell these! I would love to hang one in my house! Aaryn 9 years ago Reply Oh my lord these are AMAZING! Great idea, stunning results. Prudence @ Flotsam Friends 9 years ago Reply 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 Trae 9 years ago Reply Thanks for sharing – it’s absolutely beautiful! Hopefully you are offering this to the masses – it would be a great business to start. Monique 9 years ago Reply goodness, you’ve certainly out did yourself…simply amazing! Juliane 9 years ago Reply that forces me to do a photoshop course soon. amazing, congrats and thanks for sharing this. Pingback: Inspired by Ice Cream: Banana « fortheloveofdairy Kendra 9 years ago Reply 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??? Reply To Lisa Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.