Canadian photographer Shawn van Daele is the author of a project entitled The Drawing Hope.
New York-based artist Lisa Hoke creates voluminous colorful collages on the walls from paper packaging and paper and plastic cups. As you can see, they are pretty awesome. Now, her works are exhibited at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
Christian Marclay is a Swiss, New York-based modern artist and composer. Christian came up with an idea to create funny collages from music album covers.
Oddly enough, the main activity of this author is not art. He is a sound technician. And for this he was more known on his homeland.
Chad Person uses one-dollar bills to create his collages. In his project TaxCut he presents entire landscapes and portraits. You may think this is expensive, but it’s not true.
New York-based artist Matthew Cusick creates complex collages depicting portraits of people, animals, sea landscapes and cityscapes that are made from old maps.
China-based photographer and artist Fong Qi Wei is trying, through his photos, not only to evoke emotions and feelings but also to make the viewer to turn on the brain.
British artist and illustrator is creating very detailed and colorful paper collages, using a variety of advanced techniques which allow her to create a unique and stylized picture.