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I always pin Clare Elsaesser. love her paintings.

Lola Dupré’s Fragmented Photograph Collages Appear as Funhouse Mirror Reflections

Lola Dupré's Fragmented Photograph Collages Appear as Funhouse Mirror Reflections

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Pipilotti Rist All ergic Rose, 2007

Pipilotti Rist

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In her series “Natural Act”, Turkish photographer Merve Özaslan makes imaginative collages mixing vintage black and white photographs with colorful landscapes and natural elements. Through a window, we can see fish under water ; on women’s swimsuits, a forest is drawn ; and on a building’s facade, a troubled sea replaces the concrete.

Vintage Photo-Collages Featuring Natural Elements

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hollie chastain

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art

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Paper Sculpture by Sonia Poli

Assortment of bandages

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Thomas Robson. The Anger Within Portraits.

Sound of Two Hand Angel (Detail) | Bruce Conner; 1974

paper collage.

scott newett - Dinner Etiquette

Todd Forsgren photographs birds caught between the wild and captivity. These birds are tangled up in “mist nets” – giant webs made from thin, nylon mesh suspended between poles, designed to capture the birds so ornithologists can study them up close. They are carefully extracted and, once the data is collected, released unharmed, usually moments later. If it still seems a little inhumane, consider this: Victorian artists who wanted to study birds up close, used shotguns.

CMYLK: The Art of Cathy McMurray

Pablos Herrero

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Helena Almeida

Blend Magazine

Drawing by Melissa Manfull #art #drawing

Lithuanian-born, New York-based artist Zilvinas Kempinas had a love and fascination with the VHS tape and took that love to a whole new level. And let me tell you, it’s mind-blowing. Kempinas created Tube, an 80-foot-long enclosed walkway that was created using the magnetic tape from old VHS tapes.

Clipped Wing by Amber Ibarreche

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adding monsters to thrift store paintings