As an architect who sees public space as a “moving collage” of differences, Gemma Anton has a lot to say about cutting and pasting.
If you have used an Android device, you’ve probably seen Carl Kleiner’s abstract wallpapers on your home screen. What you may not have realized, though, is that his compositions are not digitally made;
Thanks to Pinterest, I stumbled on the stunning ‘Modern Vintage’ collages of California based, Greek artist Eugenia Loli. Before becoming a ‘collage’ artist, Eugenia was working in tech, and likes to mention that behind every piece there’s a deeper meaning.
PRADA OLFACTORIES Prada launches 10 new amazing scents The collection of Prada Olfactories are potent concoctions of the unexpected, each provoking the surreal, cinematic experience of a partially remembered dream.
Barcelona based artist Albert Ruiz Villar’s collages combine graphic shapes and soft muted colors in a beautiful geometric assemblage.
French artist Mathieu Saunier, also known as Khan Nova, is known for the creation of his vibrant, retro collages.
Douglas Hale’s witty collages play with pieces of found imagery, color and symbolism.
We are super fan when it comes to any types of collages and flowers and when the Spanish mixed media artist Ernesto Artillo add a floral dimension to his stunning collages, the result is mind ‘blooming’!
London-based photographer and artist Anthony Gerace certainly has a distinctive and intriguing style.
Flower constructions are 3d collages from pressed flowers and cut out flower pictures.
Zachary Royer Scholz works with a range of materials and methodologies to make artworks that could be classified as collage, painting, fiber-art, drawing, and photography.
Resembling a similar project by Robert Overweg, German designer Matthias Jung’s surreal houses are as intricate as they look.
Papercunt and Klara G collaborate in a sort of table tennis match where they throw the artworks back and forth between them. Classic portrait photography is being mixed with analogue collage technology to finally become still lifes in layers of paper, glue, ink and smoke.
Hypnopompic hallucinations are those that appear in an intermediate state between sleep and wakefulness. They allude to visual perceptions that occur in humans when they are awakening and its link to objective reality is not entirely clear, being difficult to distinguish of normal vivid experiences.
Kevin Welsh is a student at Savannah College of Art and Design, his work is focused on delusion surrounding false realities and the paradises that we strive to find.
You know by now that we are crazy about collages & mixed media and Spanish artist Rocio Montoya has some pretty amazing ones!
With a minimalist, child-like innocence UK-based artist Frances Hogg creates visually arresting collages, drawings, prints and abstract paintings. Her latest collages blur the boundaries between these various mediums.
Everything Francesca Occhionero does becomes a collage, from dressing up to cooking, she see everything as a juxtaposition of images, stuck together and multi layered. These collages in particular were inspired by her greatest passions: fashion, magazines and visual arts. Looking for a different
Bene Rohlmann AKA Pearpicker is an illustrator from Berlin working on Art & Illustration by various means such as collages, drawings, prints and mixed-media.
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…
How lovely are Erin Case mixed media collages! In this series the artist combined hairstyles and silhouette with nature and Landscapes. Working in both analog and digital methods, her
We already reviewed the beautiful collages of Nacho Ormaechea Street Memories series, since then Nacho’s still spending times in Parisian cafés and
“Worlds self made are so full of monsters and demons” reads the Anaïs Nin quote accompanying the collage-photography of Ernesto Artillo on
For most, the best part about found objects is the search. For artist Randy Grskovic, it’s what comes after he finds the object.
As a master of collage, the New York-based artist Matthew Cusick creates beautiful works of art, crafted entirely from recycled maps.
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
Artist Enrico Nagel is a German artist who in his ‘Secret Garden Series’ combines the fashion world with its perfected artificial imagery. Replacing the models faces with rampant flowers that
Trey Wright has a way of recreating reality in a way that’s a bit madcap, yet oddly comforting and familiar. He does this through a perfect blend of photography and collage, and 2D and 3D constructions.