Andrew Ashbrook is a profoundly mysterious gentleman with a disarming sense of humor. (Alternately: Andrew is a body builder with kung-fu abilities who is ready for the women.) I hardly see him despite the fact that he’s one of my roommates, so I’m always learning something new about the guy.
This Happy Endings Collage series by Matthew Cusick makes me smile, even though the imagery and subject matter don’t portray such a happy ending. I like the simplicity. Who else can take such mundane photos of flowers and cars and make something so compelling out of it?
My collage and mixed media works deal with themes of identity, isolation, and serendipitous discovery. They are very much an outlet for both my frustrations of society, and personal searches for meaning and truth.
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.
Here is some of my new collage work for the Fall. I always think ahead so I’m already in Spring. The themes in my new work display revolve around Futurism, Technology, Music, Sex and Mystery.
Lada Alekseychuk’s artwork is ecstasy. As a collage artist, I really don’t see much stuff that is inspirational for me in the collage world. But her work is inspiring. The complexity is riveting and breathtaking.
Most of my artwork deals with themes of pop culture, technology, fashion, music, politics and race. I’m kind of like a cross between Banksy and D’Angelo, as I like my privacy, but love real people and the art that connects us.
Living Feral, aka Tracy Jager, does really wonderful collage work that makes you feel very nostalgic and acidic at the same time. This is one of my favorites called ‘you’d planned to move with a kind of largeness’.