Digital Artist Merges Human Body With Everyday Objects to Create Extraordinary Images

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Monica Carvalho has been into about art for years now. The Swiss-born digital artist living and working in Berlin is passionate about making the ordinary extraordinary.

“My artistic process is to challenge myself to look the familiar from a new perspective,” the artist shared on Bored Panda. “I combine photos from my travels and everyday life on Photoshop to produce ‘photomontages’. The aim is to inspire you and make you to look at the world differently!”

In her work, she uses the human body and merges it with everyday objects.

“I believe that if you shift your way of looking at ordinary things, they can acquire a new potential: clothes, people, food, architecture, nature, animals – anything has the power to inspire…,” she added.

Carvalho shares her work on her Instagram page where she has attracted over 96.3 thousand followers and has thousands of likes on each of her images.

If you are interested to see her work, check out the gallery below.

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Wow. What an adventure!😮 Witnessing the planet’s toughest trail running event in one of the most beautiful places in the world has been a life-changing experience for me.⛰🎽 I am in total admiration for the 10,000 athletes whose heroic passion and commitment pushed them to run for days in the most arduous terrain and extreme weather.🏃🏾‍♂️💦 I realised that not only is the UTMB a testimony of exceptional collective human endeavour, it is also one of connection with one’s inner self. Each of these brave runners experienced a personal journey rich in emotions, which, combined with the heart-warming support of 800,000 supporters and the breath-taking beauty of the alpine surroundings, formed an unforgettable memory and accomplishment.🥇 I came back home feeling deeply moved, inspired and energised. A huge thanks to @columbia_eu for this unique and epic adventure!❤️ Athlete model: @shen.jiasheng from China, finished 5th in the CCC race (101 km). Eye model: @lucilewoodward, who like me experienced the UTMB for the first time. 💫 * * * #ad #columbiamontrail #columbiasportswear #testedtough #chamonix @utmbmontblanc #utmb #utmb2019 #montblanc #chamonixmontblanc #utmbmontblanc #alps #mountain #hiking #running #race #trail #sport #trailrunning #mofart #art #artworks #surrealism #surreal #artist #digitalcollage #photoshop #photomontage #photomanipulation #eye

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