Adam Hale’s Collages Are Cut-Outs From London Used Papers

Adam Hale’s ‘The Daily Splice’ project proves the best of art doesn’t necessarily require big funds. The mixed-media collages British artist has been sharing regularly since 2015 via his Instagram are created using London’s free magazines. Hale combines visual scraps into synchronized artworks, building up new contexts for the images we see browsing through newspapers and journals.

”There’s an immediacy to the work in which current topics, trends and affairs are given new context, turning something disposable into something of permanence.”

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