Collage Blogs List.
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About Blog - Kolaj Magazine is a quarterly, printed magazine about contemporary collage. We are interested in how collage is made, how collage is exhibited, and how collage is collected. We are interested in the role collage plays in contemporary visual culture.
About Blog - Gareth has been collecting vintage printed media and ephemera for over 20 years. He is fascinated with the otherworldly qualities of images from a forgotten time or place. His collage and photomontage work tries to exert control over the flood of images we are confronted with daily; playing with relationships between scale and perception and disparate pop culture associations.
About Blog - On March 31st 2005, Peter Jacobs created a 9 by 12 inch collage using that day's local newspaper, and have continued that process without interruption every day since.They are paintings with paper, theatrical stages of abstracted color and rhythms, layers that imbue surreal narratives, symbolism hidden in humor, the irony of culture, and pure visual perception.
About Blog - Philippe Patricio is the pseudonym of an illustrator who has collaborated in recent years with some of the most prestigious publications in the national press, as well as in the international press. Find artistic work constructed using only pieces of paper of different colors and textures.
About Blog - PicCollage is a Top 10 mobile photo app for iOS and Android in the US, UK, Japan, and many other countries. Explore the blog to create colorful collages of your friends, family or favorite celebrities.
About Blog - Jane Davies is a full time artist working in collage, painting, and encaustic. She offers workshops at her studio and nationwide, focusing on helping people to find a personal and playful approach to art.
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About Blog - Nancy Egol Nikkal is a collage artist who lives and works in the NY Metro area. She teaches collage workshops for teens and adults. Her goal is to create information and interest in contemporary collage, to showcase the work of important collage artists, and promote collage exhibitions.
About Blog - Tanja Jeremić is visual artist based in Belgrade, Serbia. She creates digital collages and motion graphics by combining old photos she finds with contemporary styles. Her work is mainly composed of few unrelated elements from old photographs in which she recognises her thought. She filters those photographs through her personal designs and aesthetics thus giving us her surreal universe.
About Blog - ChangGang Lee is a Tokyo based collage artist. His versatile collaging technique makes the outcome very intense and distorted but definitely in a good way. He uses a combination of acrylic and spray paint and found imagery from vintage books and magazines.
About Blog - Lorelle Rau is a contemporary collage artist, who uses cut paper and appropriated imagery to investigate concepts ranging from nature and place to random and personal first-hand experiences. Read the blog to view a collection of abstract collages.
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Top 40 Collage Blogs Winners
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