The first time I stumbled on the “Misunderstood Buildings” collages by Emy Eckert, I was a little confused by what kind of building or houses these were. Only when I looked closer I noticed they were actually collages! Eckert works with pictures form architecture books and
Camera Work gallery will show a solo exhibition of the artists Tina Berning and Michelangelo Di Battista in Berlin ( September 4 – October 30, 2010) for the first time. More than 30 works of “Face/project”, most of them unique pieces, will be on display in the exhibition. Within their collaboration, Tina and
Discovered on our Submit page, here are the beautiful collages/illustrations of a private exploration into George Hadjiloizou‘s journey to creativity and inspiration. Images that tell a story and somehow are linked visually without being one entity.
German / Spanish based Silja Goetz works freelance for some of the biggest names in the industry from Nike, Vogue, Cosmo, to The New York Times, amongst others. She illustrates portraits, creates beautiful collages and product integration into her more imaginative personal work.
German illustrator Maren Esdar was educated both as a stylist and illustrator in Hamburg and London. I really like her original, surreal and stylish mixed media collages , composed both by hand and computer. She has been published in Vogue, W, NY Times, Esquire and Surface amongst others…
Since 2003, Maximo Tuja cut, paste and illustrated under the name of Max-o-matic. The Barcelona artists portfolio has a little bit of everything, from collages, typography, magazine layouts to Nike advertising or Sex Pistols cd covers…
Camila contacted us to ask what we thought about her work? We love it ! Camilla do Rosário’s mixed-media illustration are sumptuous, from her moleskin to her digital collages or her detailed hand drawings, she is inspired by everything that
I was looking through the portfolio of Belgian photographer Gaetan Caputo, when I saw a diary section, the new craze with photographer sites ( See Terry‘s and Hedi’s Here). In there I found these 3 collages that I really jumped out to me. I wish there were more!
Those images are the result of a collaboration with the photographer: Kristiina Wilson and the artist: Lola Dupré. First Kristiina simply shot the models then Lola spend hours playing with the prints and creating beautiful ( and weird) collages.