Category: Collage

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Mar Cantón

THE LUMINOUS SIDE OF MAR CANTÓN “I was born in Almería. I learnt about Art by creating Art. I am self-taught. A cronic and degenerative disease has kept me away from the marketplace and Art – in all its forms – is undoubtedly my best therapy as well as my Life, past, present and future. […]

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Axel Rangel Garciá

SURREAL AND FLEETING DREAMS Axel Rangel García is an Illustrator based in Mexico City. He collaborated since 2005 in various publications and for several publishers in Mexico and internationally such as: Columbia Journalism Review, Politico Europe, New Era, Forbes Mexico, Macmillan, Arab News, Point Five Design among others. [Source: Behance] Discover more about Axel Rangel […]

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Adriana Bermúdez

A MEMORY OF FASCINATING CONNECTIONS Adriana Bermúdez: “I work in collage because it allows me to combine images, objects and any element of my everyday life, resignifying the memories and I give a happy ending to everything that surrounds me. I like to make assemblages that combine technology with traditional elements of analog collage: wood, […]

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Esperanza Manzanera “Velmock”

PHOTOIMAGINATION Esperanza Manzanera Ferrandiz – aka Velmock – is a philosophy teacher living in Granada, Spain. Despite her work being photography based, Esperanza does not consider herself a photographer but rather a visual artist. Her art, which she dubs Photoimagination, is a combination of digital collage, texture effects and other composite elements which she applies […]

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John Clowder

DADAIST CURIOSITIES “If art is dead remix is its rebirth! Collage is not insemination, but reanimation. Its tools of production having more in common with those of Jack the Ripper than the fey artist. In the circle of life of the creative world, collage artists are the endearing scavengers. We scour the public domain like […]

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FFO

A MYSTERIOUS ARTIST This anonymous artist combines textbook science imagery with an Art Nouveau style with to achieve a strangely romantic look at the human form. FFO Art gives us little information about who he or she is but responds actively to questions and answers if you become curious to know more. I will leave […]

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