The artist Limzy creates fantastic hybrid compositions. Here, flowers and watercolor are like one, fashion glamorous dresses. The artist also creates other drawings with personal picked petals such as insects, objects and plants.
Papercunt and photographer Klara G worked together to achieve a series of collages entitled “Subject”. Women’s portraits captured by Klara were used by the designers at Papercunt to transfigure and transform them into strange lifes made based glue, paper and ink. After that, Klara took them back to the studio and shot them a second...
Julia Geiser is an artist from Switzerland. Specializing in photography, she has recently published a new series of collages. She had retouch old pictures to apply colors, and gives a different aspect to the original works.
Erik Johansson is a Swedish photographer and artist. His job is to mix hundreds of photos to make a hyper realistic, but totally illusory in final output. Erik provokes, broken rules and plays up to the viewer’s mind.
Reznikov Tom is a young artist of 29 years and graphic designer based in Tel Aviv. Graduated since 2011 in visual communication design at the Academy of Wizo Haifa, the artist works primarily digital collage. She uses her own photographs to which it adds a multitude of physical materials such as watercolor or pencil.
The artist and illustrator based in New York, Christoph Niemann sharing every Sunday his experiments on Instagram. The concept: mixing illustrations and objects of everyday object. In this way, Christoph incredibly gives life to these objects and reveals his way of seeing the world.
After the project What do you hyde? Argentine photographer Romina Ressia wanted to play with anachronistic patterns in several series of portraits inspired by Renaissance paintings. Her series “Renaissance Brushstrokes”, “Renaissance Cubism” and “How Would Have been? “Blend of features and modern concepts with fabrics and classic suits the sixteenth century.
Artist Javier Perez reveals unexpected illustrations. the artist uses common objects and with great imagination, just draw around, giving a whole new meaning to the object.
Artist Aliza Razell has been exploring several abstract narratives by merging the two mediums. this is the final installment in her series about nostalgia, inspired by the Finnish word ikävä, meaning the feeling of missing someone/-thing.