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Artist unknown: I love this because its all pieces that seem so real and they use other pictures to create a whole picture

merve özaslan (The Jealous Curator)

This series of collages, titled “Natural Act” is the work of Istanbul artist Merve Özaslan. What a fun, gorgeous reminder that all of us, even the big city dwellers, are in fact part of nature!

Guy Catling

Endsheets: b/w photos from around PC but brighten important structures. Other endsheet could be Monster Inc doors, all b/w except brighten ones that are open and have words in it with curiosity quote.

lee mckenna                                                                                                                                                      More

lee mckenna (The Jealous Curator)

collages by rocio montoya

rocio montoya (The Jealous Curator)

Whoa… this seriously describe so much.

Ripped photos by Jacob a. Mailbomb Maybe an idea for the mental illnesses and feelings project : have the rip from cut marks and underneath write words like irk mean ones?

I mean they were all beautiful. Every fucking one of them. Even if now they only exist in my waking mind or in my nightmare life without them.

Every fucking one of them. Even if now they only exist in my waking mind or in my nightmare life without them.

sammy slabbinck

sammy slabbinck (The Jealous Curator)

These photos look like they use the elements of contrast and color more than the fibonacci spiral or the thirds rule. But the space it gives, instead of zooming in on a single object hints at cropped perfection.

Mirrored black and white photographs, with brightly-hued watercolor paint. ---from a 2013 series, titled Miroir, by Paris based artist Fabienne Rivory.

I’ve seen the collage work of London based artist Ashley Joseph Edwards popping up all over the internet lately, but it was his image of that sweet little pink pyramid saying her bedtime prayers that got me. What do you think she’s praying for? A face? A hat? Both?    categories : contemporary, mixed media

I’ve seen the collage work of London based artist Ashley Joseph Edwards popping up all over the internet lately, but it was his image of that sweet little pink pyramid saying her bedtime prayers that got me.