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Blooming Good.

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Share This.Spring isn’t exactly as “springy” as we thought it would be, but Monika Traikov‘s Bloom still invokes a feeling of warmth and abstract nostalgia.

Mr. Blick Has Peace In Mind.

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Share This.Who is Mr. Blick? For all we know, he could be Jimmy Hoffa but as of right now, he is a brilliant artist who is familiar with the contrast of war and peace. Harkening back to October 21, 1967 when Vietnam protesters placed flowers in the barrels of MP’s rifles, Blick’s mixed media collages replaces weaponry with beautiful flowers. Despite his strong footing in film, Blick is very much an all around artist. Read More

Space Travel in the 50s.

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Share This.Ceren Kiliç‘s geometrical whimsy is the stuff that artists are made of. Kiliç, inspired by the stars and 50s nostalgia, creates fascinating mixed media collages that resemble some sort of parallel universe. She welcomes us into her world with open arms, greeting us with a bouquet of dated innocence and celestial bliss.

The Dervin Theory.

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Share This.Art is the best medicine and Christina Dervin‘s is proof of that very theory. Remedying life with her work, Dervin’s fascination with medical illustration prevails throughout, giving you the impression that you’re being treated by a medical art professional who has the ability to heal with their craft.  

Are You Holden?

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Share This.Gordon Holden–if that’s his real name!–is a maniacal genius. Although Holden is capable of creating his own pieces, he seems at his best when he is revealing the flaws of the powers that be. An artistic goof off who is somewhere in between too cool for school and too school for cool, Holden’s process heavily relies on defacing, replacing, and ultimately, recreating. At times, Holden will abandon all aforementioned Read More

Well Put Together.

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Share This.We haven’t featured a collage based artist in a while, but today we discovered an artist who refreshed our affinity for the hands-on genre. Like most collagists, Joana Coccarelli‘s work makes a bold statement through meaningful arrangement. But unlike most collagists, Coccarelli effortlessly blends artistic substance with connotations of fashion.

Ben Giles: Making Life Work(s).

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Share This.Perusing through the gallery of Ben Giles, a Pop artist from Suffolk, England, one cannot help but to be blown away.  Specifically speaking of his collage work, the imagery is abstract, surreal,  & appealing.  He utilizes choice images with mixed medias to assemble his masterpieces.  His manner of collectively unifying these elements to emote his artistic train of thought is most fascinating. Ben creates a visual statement and with Read More

Getting Free.

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Share This.We’ve featured a number of collage artists as of late but none are more unique than Sienna Freeman. The Philly based artist doesn’t exactly stick out like a sore thumb but possesses an elegant macabre that surely sets her apart from her peers. Freeman’s work is unshackled. It does what it wants, when it wants. But despite its untamed nature, her work isn’t an act of rebellion. The freedom Read More

Statuesque Athleticism.

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Share This.Berlin based artist Jens Ullrich pieces together the Nazi era, the so-called State of the Art 1933 – 1945 with the modern day sports era in his Selected Works series. The works went on display last year and featured life-size displays.