Gabi Trinkaus Collages

collage: Gabi Trinkaus Very intriguing, looks like a virtual maze, works well with the finished look

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Benjamin Prerry Boswell photographed by Kodai. I like the separation by the white line as it imitates a paper rip almost, similar to those found in my collages from magazines. It would be interesting to create some of my own photographs in this way - poss

manny robertson

Embroidered Metropolis - 5 April, 2013 Photography, Thread, installation x x © MannyRobertson

Ripped and pasted into one collage.This series is about identity and diversity by John Clang

Ripped and pasted into one collage. This series is about identity and diversity by John Clang

Gabi Trinkaus -- Save the Bank | Galerie Georg Kargl

Gabi Trinkaus -- Save the Bank

Ernesto Artillo

Ernesto Artillo Migraines attack normally one side of the brain. The pain can make your eyes water.

Stefan Sagmeister

I like how the artists has brought together man and nature through fragments. I particularly like the themes behind this piece and the way he has brought together the realistic portraiture of the man with a whimsical pattern.

(People/ Imagination) This brings another meaning to the term, 'two -faced'. This can also link to words like 'combined', 'as one' or 'individually'

(People/ Imagination) This brings another meaning to the term, 'two -faced'. This can also link to words like 'combined', 'as one' or 'individually'

artistic // artwork // drawing // line drawing // aesthetic // colour // art // artist

artistic // artwork // drawing // line drawing // aesthetic // colour // art // artist Let the world be your canvas

<p>Matthieu Bourel is a talented French mixed media collage and digital artist currently based in Berlin. His work is based on fantastically surreal images and the diversions resulting from various visual combinations. Bourel combines traditional cut and paste collage techniques with digital editing and animation. Matthieu describes his process as finding pictures and photographs that spark […]</p>

Matthieu Bourel Mixed Media Collages

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Wes Naman is currently based in New Mexico and he has created this hilarious scotch tape series. Naman has stuck layers of tape all around peoples faces giving them rather odd and funny features.

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