Anthropocene examines global landscapes that have been transformed by the actions and activities of humanity. Artist Thomas Smith has created these images using a unique and groundbreaking technique. Each image is composed from thousands and thousands of thumbnails extracted as screen grabs from Google Maps, which are then reconstructed piece by piece using Photoshop to [...]
For most, the best part about found objects is the search. For artist Randy Grskovic, it’s what comes after he finds the object.
Deeply inspired by pop art and especially Basquiat, street artist GREATeclectic blends the most abstractly familiar elements of life – love, envy, wealth, wrath, perception, desire, greed, necessity, lust, identity, indulgence, ideals, ego, morals, said bankruptcy, and fears – with
Written by Guest Blogger Emily Miller From Brazil, With Love is the brainchild of Romeu Silveira, creator of U+Mag, and he is no stranger to visual culture. He calls his appropriation art “restyling the already styled,” all without compromising the integrity of the original work yet gracefully enhancing it.
The Berlin based graphic design student Kathrin Kuhn introduced us to her (very Dali like) digital mixed media collages called ‘Estate of Mind’. A great project that deal with the psychological aspects of living at home. Based on interviews, Kuhn’s created visions of
With all the buzz going around for the upcoming Olympics 2012, it was perfect timing to stumble upon the large-scale collages of Jens Ullrich. The Berlin-based artist crafts awesome cut-and-paste work using dramatic sports photography and elegant classic sculptures.
Graphic designer and fashion illustrator from Istanbul, Mustafa Soydan has quite some beautiful illustrations and collages in his portfolio. Below are some of my favorite, hope you’ll enjoy his style as much as I do.