We are in LOVE with this editorial for U.S Import by Soulland. Soulland is a Danish brand that emerged in 2002 by Silas Adler. Soulland opened their first store in Copenhagen entitled U.S Import, inspired by the red, white and blue sign that hung over the
I am loving these digital works collaging elements from all kinds of things and places to tell the stories of these characters the artist has imagined. Inspired by the strength of femininity in the world and the power of mother nature, these are Sinead Leonard’s army of female warriors. ” These women have the integrity and [...]
Ina Jang not only takes photos, she also shows you what she likes and doesn’t like in them. That’s because the Brooklyn-based photographer takes to each photo with a pair of scissors, snipping out a few elements of her choosing. “I started it because I was struggling to make images at the time,” she says [...]
In a parallel universe, the perfect world would be made out of illustrations. That’s probably what Victoria Semykina, an illustrator and fine artist from Russia currently resident of Bologna, has in mind. Semykina, transforms her every day stimulus into illustrated observation of the world around her. Her love for ships and traveling as well as [...]
As a graduate of both architecture and art, Scott Hazard puts two and two together in his carefully constructed works—Photo Constructs and Text Constructs. Each piece is made by layering pages or images, which are then torn with concentric holes that add texture and depth. “As the viewer’s gaze enters and traverses the layers of [...]
While most paper crafts are made by cutting and folding, the amazing work of Yulia Brodskaya uses quilling, a technique that uses strips of paper rolled, shaped, and glued to the background. “I believe that one of the main reasons I enjoy the paper craft,
Artist Ryan Sarah Murphy makes abstract, sculptural collages using found and collected cardboard and book covers. “I am interested in how these materials, in their simplicity, variety and wide abundance, can be cut and formed into quiet surfaces teeming with both geographical and emotional underpinnings. Referencing architecture, landscape and the topographical intersection of urban & natural environments,
Exhibiting internationally since 1995, New York-based illustrator Matthew Cusick owns an impressive portfolio of mixed media art. The Texas-born king of collage is widely known for his work with vintage map cut-outs, configuring entire states and countries into credible works of art. As applaudable as this work is, I’m particularly drawn to the colourfully ironic ‘Happy [...]
Related to his ‘Cut-out’ collages for SS12 womenswear collection, Turkish artist Meric Canatan photographed and illustrated this portrait & sketch series directly from his iPad. Shooting using, the popular app, Instagram and sketching using the Sketch app. Love the results. If you are doing art with your phone or tablet we would love to see [...]
Student at Rochester Institute of Technology and web developer, Matt Wisniewski is also a very talented image manipulator. This series of mixed media collages, part of his on-going projects, is just sumptuous! It’s been a long time since I have seen such great work!
By now you know we are fans of collages and mixed media artwork and when we find artists that fit our aesthetic like Argentinian Ariel Chiesa, we feel obliged to showcase the work even if there is no information about her.
Colombian born, Miami based artist Claudia Calle creates art that is a result of the fusion between spontaneity and a conscientious study of the social and cultural phenomenon that she perceives in her surroundings. “This series of collage is my perception of how China has been taking over the world little by little