The art of reading Tarot cards is an ancient method of interpreting the self and the future. They illuminate hidden gateways in a persons life and are a powerful tool that have the ability to connect the deepest reaches of human psyche. For this project,
Alma Haser’s ‘The Eureka Effect’ mixed media editorial look into the moments of enlightenment. The collage works zoom on human faces in thought,
Helene, a French dreamer girl living in London who is fond of art and fashion thought it could be great to share her passion and created ‘As a Muse’ a blog and Instagram to create a link between art and fashion and to show you how art can inspire fashion designers.
Frances Berry is a photographer, painter, and collage artist from Memphis, Tennessee. By re-working vintage photographs via digital collage and other photoshop techniques, she gives life to interesting surrealistic works.
Multi-disciplinary artist Rita Zimmermann creates nostalgic collages that look into the world of women through a lens of pop culture. Dreamy and surrealistic, Zimmermann’s works refer to Dadaism and are made with simple methods.
Exposing feminine vulnerability, Brussels-based artist Raphael Vicenzi creates abstract collages. His graphic art uses female figures or body parts that he mingles with soft brushstrokes, black and white backdrops and occasional word cut-outs.
Indonesian graphic designer Fajar P. Domingo enjoys making these gorgeous digital collages on his spare time.