@pamepintorojas #collageart #collageartist #collagecollectiveco —————— Make sure you check out our brand new book at www.collagecollective.co/annual-2015 ✂️✂️
Collages are not specially a new thing, but when I saw Eugenia's work I thought that she should be on our webpage. Eugenia does create a all universe with her collage. She pick up different element, cut it, put it together and give us a full story to read. She give us the material, and our imagination does the rest.
Max Guther is back with more hyper real illustrations visualising social trends
Earlier this year Max Guther’s _Sims_-like illustrations had many of the It’s Nice That team feeling nostalgic for his digitalised works that remain full of character.
home again this book is making me happy it's been shown and has now returned. it opens up in various ways: as with opening our hearts, and lives, opening can be an adventure. haptically visually there's even a soft woosh. it contains drawing printing stitching dyeing spinning weaving, a winter of work. or serious play (as carol blinn calls it) on silk, shifu, flax, cotton & lokta paper and cloth. thoughts dreams escapades fear and joy and sadness, seeds boats thoughts. mapping consciousness…
Diane Cooper ‹ Jean Albano Gallery
Diane Cooper's subtle use of materials was inspired by Japanese aesthetic. Her work is comprised of materials like canvas, leather, paint, and paper.