“Anarchitecture” and “Landscape and Geometry” are a series of digital collages that investigate the relationship between artiﬁcial and natural components in architecture
Stephan Ferreira’s charming collages play with the manipulation of memory and the rearrangement of nostalgic scenes into new, artificial contexts.
We caught up with art director and collage artist Lacabezaenlasnubes, aka Fran Rodriquez, about the mind that lies behind his surreal and dreamy collages.
Ewa Doroszenko’s digital collage series, Collections of Interferences from the Hardangerfjord, draw on the affective and irrational side of our perception.
Collages by Michael Wall
Collages by Tyler Varsell
We Sailed For Days … Ben Ower’s work focuses on the fluidity of memory and the connection between nostalgic memories of pleasure. He sparks connections of former happiness by depicting long drives, relationships, travel and anecdotal moments, in very much the same way that a photo album glorifies fragments of the past. This collection explores the […]
. . . Ryan Squire’s collages are composed of old photographs of his grandmother. The initial idea behind making these images was the exploration of how people remember a familiar face. Like an old friend who you haven’t seen for years or since you were children, or possibly a member of your family who has passed away, whose appearance you only remember […]
. . . Ronny Matima is a 21 years old collage artist and illustrator from the Barcelona-Anzoategui state, in Venezuela. He currently studies graphic design. Ronny aspires to use his art to motivate others to open up to their creative and artistic sides, because “life is art, we are art from the moment we open our […]
Where fragments of images come together in surprising and contradictory ways.