Here's how Brooklyn-based artist Zach Nader turns movies and ads into gorgeous glitchy forms.
@Belilabelle creates manipulated images that range from framed, floating heads, to water with legs, to women who fly.
Logan Zillmer uses surprisingly few digital manipulation techniques to capture the burning flames, mystical light, and strange plants that make up his body of work.
A combination of John Malkovich's legendary acting prowess and photographer Sandro Miller's image editing skill gives history the Malkovich edge it always needed.
This device lets you collage 486 clichéd escapist images into one surreal vision of paradise.
By editing image files in sound editing software Audacity, Masuma Ahuja and Denise Lu have turned travel photography into awesome glitch art.
Photographer Alex John Beck's new photo series proves that perfect facial symmetry isn't all it's cracked up to be.
At this exhibition, none of the content is actually the artist's. Each is a relic that's connected, in one way or another, to Photoshop.