Benjamin Jensen’s surrealist pop art collages

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By Ben Jensen in New Art on Tuesday 4 December 2012

Inspired by a summer of love in San Francisco, 1960′s space travel, psychedelic revelry and nightmare, music festivals and war, places in dreams, peace, love and nostalgic hauntings. I mix elements of surrealism and pop art in a collage effect. Random characters and inanimate objects inhabit the same space and colours and patterns vie for attention within the composition.

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Beautiful collage art by CARO.MA

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By Nini Baseema in New Illustration on Thursday 17 November 2011

I have always had a thing for beautiful collage art. I just like how two or more different motifs can form together something completely new that stands for itself. CARO.MA seems to be an expert in fusing interesting different elements – her tumblr at least indicates so as it is full of little treasures. I am very tempted to buy all of her postcards and plaster my kitchen with them.

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Awesome collage video for Thousands single On And On

Ben Sollee Reader Find

By Ben Sollee in New Music on Wednesday 7 September 2011

I’m excited to have the band Thousands joining me for some upcoming touring. I’m a new fan of their music. I like its humanity and exposed feeling. It’s like a box of old photographs. And this video is the collage they made from them.

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Psychedelic collage work by Goof Button

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By Izzie Klingels in New Art on Thursday 25 August 2011

Goof Button is a collage artist whose work I was introduced to by I Want You Magazine. I think we can all agree that psychedelic collage is something of an oversaturated market at the moment, but to my mind Goof Button is king of the genre, combining subversive eroticism with a sharp aesthetic.

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Justine Khamara

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Friday 3 September 2010

Australian artist Justine Khamara uses densely collaged photographs as a material to create texture and disorienting confusion of depth in her sometimes horrifying work.

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C.D. Richardson

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By Gerry Mak in New Illustration on Monday 27 April 2009

Artist C.D. Richardson uses some pretty amazing collage techniques to create terrifying, cryptozoological illustrations of monsters and freaks out of old medical and scientific photographs.

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