Ready for some visual stimulation?! I love when I randomly come upon such talented graphic artists. Here is the work of Arian Behzadi a Biological Sciences major, who ‘between classes’ does these amazing mixed media collages. Newspaper mood-board collages with a splash of paint or vintage photographs. I love all his style. I picked some
Artist Peter Clark uses found papers as his palette in creating textures and patterns for his elaborate three dimensional collages. He shades with density of print and creates substance and movement with lines plucked from old maps or manuscripts he finds in antique shops. Clark’s pieces use mark-making
Leeay Aikawa is a Toronto based illustrator/designer originally from Japan. Her colorful mixed media collages have been featured in publication such as The New York Times and The Atlantic Magazine amongst others. Leeay without collage, is like a woman who is not in love and when she is not making collages, she is usually experimenting with [...]
The Street Memories series of Paris-based art director and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea makes us think twice with these great photo collages of random people on the streets of Paris. A simple photoshop trick revealing an other graphic picture by blending it into the unknown individuals.
British illustrator Michelle Thompson has very cool mixed media collages in her portfolio. She graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1996. Michelle’s work includes mark making, collage and photography combined with digital processes. She works with found and created elements, figurative, abstract and typographic. Her work is uniquely versatile and
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 [...]
Trendland favorite collage artist, Damien Blottière and Pierre Hardy designer of Hermes haute bijouterie and editor of this series partnered with French magazine Les Echos on this sumptuous editorial. They played with exceptional jewelry pieces such as Centaur ring, white and rose gold, 104 carats Aventurine ring and Diamond for some sensual and surreal compositions.
An artistic collaboration with stylist Kathi Kauder and photographer Sabrina Theissen. For these mixed media collages Ashkan Honarvar used Vanitas symbols in a search for the equilibrium between life and death. The woman depicted features different animal eyes, flowers and other body parts. These collage series was published in I Love You Magazine.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Alexandra Bellissimo has always been motivated towards the creation of unique imagery. As a conceptual photographer, her body of work strongly revolves around the theory of “making” pictures instead of simply, “taking” pictures. She often incorporates collaging techniques, as well as
I don’t think we need to introduce you to the duo Mathias Augustyniak and Michael Amzalag of French creative studio M/M Paris. Working since 1992 for the likes of Madonna, Bjork, Kanye, Balenciaga, Calvin Klein, doing the art direction of French Vogue and constantly collaborating with Inez & Vinoodh, they are some of the
Here is another awesome collage concept called Iconatomy from the words “icon” and “anatomy”. In this project George Chamoun choose movie icons from two different eras and merged them seamlessly (by computer, which was a first for Chamoun’s). The result is amazing : a Marylin/Scarlett, James Dean/Robert Pattinson, Clooney/Cary Grant, Elizabeth Taylor/Angelina Jolie and Audrey [...]