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There's something very destructive yet enthralling about the way artist Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen tears into his collages. By replacing his faces with more →
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A grassy knoll perched atop a roof, a stained glass window floating like a balloon from above, a building 15 houses high . . . I'd love to live in this surreal more →
Jungle City
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As of late, I've been overwhelmingly inspired by collages. The more I see them, the more I'm tempted to start collecting old magazine cutouts for hours of more →
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After stumbling upon artist Phoebe Wahl's work last night, I was overcome with nostalgia, comfort and utter joy. Her watercolors and collages depict a simple more →
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When you take the middle names from two talented artists in love, you get Sophia Watts. Briana Sophia Horne and Walker Watts Young are traveling artists that more →
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Canadian artist Amy Alice Thompson has won me over with her Roadtrip series. It doesn't get better than classic cars and campers out on the open road. So more →
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Dollar bills, a blade and glue is all Mark Wagner needs to create his intricate collages. The precision he's able to accomplish by utilizing every facet of more →
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Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova places old books and other documents together and paints over them to create the most beautiful installations. Below are more →
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I love this way of displaying a collection of artwork. But what's the secret to transforming an otherwise boring wall into an at-home gallery? A diverse more →
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I just love the way artist Ben Giles alters vintage and fashion photographs to create the most fabulously eccentric collages. Honestly, so good. more →
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