Adrian Brannan, contemporary artist who creates photo collage focusing on cityscapes. Adrian has chosen to use traditional optical photography and manual 'cut and paste' collaging techniques in the pursuit of what he has described as a "more truthful and unclouded representation" of his subject matter. Each work can be made up from as little as fifty, to as many as one thousand individual 35mm film photographs.
Well, it looks like Mother Nature and Belgian artist Jelle Martens have teamed up to make me jealous today. Is it wrong that I want to spend the night at a cabin, deep ‘in the quivering forest‘, wrapped in one of these gorgeous quilt-like digital photo collages? No, I didn’t think so either.
GUESS WHAT FOLKS? ... I just arrived home from my vacation and.... Opened my mail.... Drum roll.... I DID IT!!! .. J L Thomas has been offered a publishing contract.... I am sooooooooo happy, I could cry.... Well actually I am sniffling tears of happiness.... You will now, in the near future be able to read my work in print... Thank you all for supporting me... Xo