Stephen McMennamy Wiki-Bio: His arts, Instagram post and Interesting facts to know.

Art is made with the intention of stimulating thoughts and emotions. Today we are going to know about a person who spent considerable time of his life in art. Stephen MCMennamy is a Conceptual digital artist and designer who has become popular on Instagram creating unique photo mashups of the object. He is Atlanta based artist.

Biography of McMennamy:

Stephen MCMennamy was born on September 25, 1972, in Marietta, GA, United States. His family moved to the Philippines when his age was only two years. He spent his childhood in the Philippines. His family returned back to the USA during his teenage.

He studied Savannah College of Art and Design and he became a digital designer in Atlanta, Georgia. He was introduced to Instagram as an Artist in 2012, October. From there, his interest in photography increased.

His Art and Interesting Instagram’s Posts:

Atlanta based Artist Stephen’s imagination power is too much high, most of the people are surprised by his pictures. He thinks of something different in different ways and gets into the pictures. His images photos are fun, focused, bright and surprising. He told about this

” A lot of my work is driven by my desire for simplicity and quick visual communication.”

He added again

 ” I always feel like whether it’s consumers of advertising, simple wins, and simple’s good.”

It seems like a person playing with nature. He draws the pictures and posts on Instagram. He made lots of followers on Instagram and other social media. And get many likes.

He adds something similar to each other and creates a new one. Like A gun and a gas pump nozzle. A golf ball and a water tower.

A flower and excavator etc. His photographs are incredibly seen by 255K Instagram followers on his @smcmennamy account.

beard + pine straw this idea got buried way down at the bottom of the early days #combophoto pile. I photographed myself and the beard of pine straw back in April of 2014. I'd tried an edit that cut off most of my face, mainly because I wasn't sure of what was happening with my eyes. I shot this early in the morning and though I was mostly in shadow (laying on the ground), the sky was so bright I could hardly open my eyes. that said I guess I'm willing to overlook what wasn't working for me then, but apparently works for me now. or maybe I'm just being lazy? Last thing, and I hate to do this here, but I've been nominated for a Shorty Award and though it's awkward to ask for your vote… could you guys vote for me… and stuff? Okay, there's a handy dandy link in my bio. Thank you.

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His printed images are available for online purchased and he brings the next Instagram account, @combophotofail, for outtakes. To see more Stephen’s photos, you can also visit Combophotos.squarespace.com.