Double-exposure or its imitation is nothing new on creative scene, but anyway it strongly depends on the quality of visuals selected for that. Young French artists Nevess does it very well sharing the best of his collages.
My name is Alexis, I’m 18 years old, I live in Paris and I practice digital double exposure. I love art and I draw for many years, and I’ve recently started digital work for a better quality of my work.
Usually I spend 3 or 4 hours making one double exposure creation. I love creating unique pieces of art, with a lot of details, I also try to vary every photo as much as possible (nature, city, landscapes, etc…) and work really hard to obtain the best result I can.
I can spend an hour looking at my finished work just to make sure there are no mistakes. When I start a creation I say to myself: “Don’t do like others, do something different, do something that no one has seen”, and then I start my creation with some music in my ears, just doing what I love.