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 […]
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!
These beautifully images are part of s series of 50 collages entitled “Dwellings” by Anne Harild. They are based on an investigation into modernist housing estates, specifically Bryant Court Housing estate in Hackney, London. All the structures were generated from photographs taken there. Despite how many layers or information it took to achieve these results […]
Freelance illustrator from Germany, Tilman Faelker introduced us to his mixed media collages – Drawing free hand before digitizing, his style is a mix of retro and futuristic geometry with a touch of 8 bit video games. A pretty unique style that I am sure you will enjoy as much as me!
The cut-out portraits of Brazilian artist Lucas Simões are pretty amazing, consisting of layering the same photo up to 10 times, he invites intimate friends over to tell him a secret as he takes their portrait. However, his intention was not to hear their secret, but to capture the
German/Japanese illustrator Niky Roehreke graduated from the Central Saint Martins before working freelance as an illustrator for magazines, such as Nylon, Jalouse and Tokion amongst others. I really like her colorful mixed-media illustrations, glamorously blending watercolor, pencils, typography and
Baltimore-born artist invites you to leave rules of reality and escape into surreal and strangely beautiful world of her artworks. Elizabeth (Beth) Hoeckel gives her collages digital feel by using colorful vintage magazines and books from 1940s-1970s. She has been contributing her intriguing artwork to international magazines and websites and exhibits her work both locally and nationwide.
Colombian graphic designer Sebastian Ospina introduced us to his awesome mixed media collages that are characterized by female faces, used in most of his artwork which are intervened by photo collages and strokes of paint. Love it!
French urban artist Thom Thom aka Hephaestus or Thomas Louis Jacques Schmitt is not a typical street artist, working only on billboards, he cuts, slashs, slices, and re-sticks to reconstruct the advertising message to distinguish it and upgrade it into street art. The consumerist publicity is