Beautiful collage art by Sander Steins

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By Nini Baseema in New Art on Wednesday 25 April 2012

Sander Steins is a self taught artist from Nijmegen in the Netherlands. He’s extremely versatile: a true creative soul that finds inspiration anywhere and in all kinds of art types. I particularly like his recent mixed media collage series. I want to buy and re-decorate my living room with them!

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Mixed-media collages by Cory Server

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By Jessie Winslow in New Art on Thursday 19 April 2012

Cory Sever’s refreshingly original mixed-media collages offer a striking little peep into the beautiful fragility of human existence.

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Life-size collage sculptures by Will Kurtz

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By Samantha Dalrymple in New Art on Tuesday 17 April 2012

Brooklyn-based artist Will Kurtz creates life-size sculptures constructed of collaged materials from everyday objects. His pieces portray people he sees around New York. So he’s never short of subject matter.

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Collage art by Melbourne-based Kareem Rizk

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By Aaron Craig in New Art on Thursday 5 April 2012

I first fell in love with Kareem Rizk’s work at Retrospect Gallery in Byron Bay a few years back. He is a Melbourne-based collage artist, illustrator and designer who works in both the digital medium and the more traditional collage mediums of acrylic, oil pastel, pencil, solvent transfers and acrylic transfers.

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Psychedelic geographic collages by Ben Giles

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By Lauren Helena May Pelc-McArthur in New Art on Tuesday 20 March 2012

Ben Giles is a prolific, young collage artist from Suffolk, England. His outstanding eye for imagery allows him to create these psychedelic geographic collages with sometimes the simplest of cuts. Check out his portal collages especially.

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Italian illustrator Silvia Pavarini

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By Silvia in New Illustration on Tuesday 31 January 2012

Silvia Pavarini is an Italian illustrator whose artwork typically portrays young girls with big eyes.

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Paper and scissors collage art by Lola Dupre

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By Kepa in New Art on Saturday 24 December 2011

Lola Dupre is a collage artist from Glasgow, Scotland, who produces highly detailed and fractured collage art. Her work is made the old-fashioned way, with paper and scissors. Eye catching and contorted works cover almost every topic: browsing her site you can see celebrity portraits, animals, fashion editorials, political caricature and reworked classical art images.

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Incredible photo-manipulations of Dali art by Paula Stirland

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By Paula Stirland in New Art on Wednesday 2 November 2011

If Salvador Dali had photoshop and the access to all the awesome stock images we do today, maybe his work would look something like these photomanipulations by Paula Stirland.

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Nia May’s Papercuts exhibition at Sweets Workshop

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By Emma Simmons in New Events on Wednesday 28 September 2011

Paper and the Blade is a beautiful papercut exhibition by Perth-based artist, Nia May. With more than 40 intricate designs, the show creates a two-dimensional world of foxes, teapots, skeletons, birds and little girls lost.

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Collaborative collage book project by Jesse Treece

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By Jesse Treece in New Art on Wednesday 28 September 2011

Jesse Treece is a collage artist living in Seattle whose work screams simple yet complex, with interpretations of both the mundane and whimsical facets of life.

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Plastic Robot Dreams of Electric Bunnies

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By PR in New Art on Wednesday 3 August 2011

Plastic Robot is a diverse artist working with photography, painting, drawing and collage. Commonly found throughout his artworks are highly personal subjects. He generously allows us into his world of love and defeat, beauty and misconduct. His artworks are directly inspired by, and connected to, his personal life and he creates with clarity and compassion. And never without bite.

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Baltimore artist Beth Hoeckel

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By kinsey lane in New Art on Tuesday 19 July 2011

Beth Hoeckel, a Baltimore-based artist, has created some wildly experimental and wonderfully psychedelic works over her career. Her figures tend either directly challenge or ignore the viewer, referencing themes of identity and perception. Bright and bold, these are insistent images. Do they remind anyone else of Run, Lola, Run?

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Dreamscapes by Jerica

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By Jazzersighs in New Art on Saturday 2 July 2011

Check out the warm art from 20 year-old Microbiology student, Jerica, who captures dreamy landscapes from all over the world, draws textbook influenced pieces, and creates Valerian Marguery-inspired collage from 90s kids Encyclopedias.

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The cheery minimalism of Ina Jang

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By Samantha Levin in New Art on Wednesday 18 May 2011

Ina Jang’s photography is extraordinarily unique. Her compositions playfully fool with depth, her images gently and humorously introducing new meanings to familiar objects. Ina’s photos, carefully planned and executed, often involve cutting, gluing and pasting mundane objects, such as paper and cotton balls, and layering them with figures in extremely minimal spaces.

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Ann Marshall

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By AM in New Art on Wednesday 18 May 2011

Ann Marshall creates her captivating portraits using a unique blend of traditional techniques and paper collage. She is currently exhibiting at the New Masters show at Subliminal Projects in Los Angeles, CA.

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