Sacha Goldberger

Sacha Goldberger

Sacha created the real Grandmother of Photoshop. He made compositions with his Grandmother “Mamika” and created great manipulations.
With the introduction of graphics, tablets and digital cameras, manipulation encompasses all the things that can be completed to a photography, if it’s put in a computer. Generating photography that you may have seen only in dreams. The producers of these photo manipulations might have some other senses that differ from normal people. The resulting images that they bring out, are really impressive that you need to look more than once to understand the meaning. Sometimes there are many things going on, in a single photography that you have to stare and follow artist’s dreams.

I was raised by boys. I can hold my own, I can fight, and I love horror movies – simply for the scare factor and the surrealism.
– Jessica Stroup

Super Mamika

Surrealism was necessary – essential, even – in the 1920s to bridge the gap between rationalism and the subconscious. It started something important. But by the early ’60s, it had become petit-bourgeois; it was too intellectual and romantic, and had ground to a halt. It had become respectable.  – Alejandro Jodorowsky


Mamika and Bob

For more information check Sacha Goldberger official website: Sacha Goldberger
For more of his artworks check: Behance Sacha


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