Craftswoman Rachel Ashe makes art by altering old booksâ€”she cuts, folds, paints, and glues objects onto the pages. You can view more of her work at Flickr.
This is a selection of images from different photomontage series by Ashkan Honarvar. The artist recently worked on a collaborative project for Vision magazine with photographer Yin Chao and editor Ujin Zhao (see picture above). Warning: Contains nudity.
Eleven gallery (London, UK) is currently showcasing a solo art show entitled “Supermen – An Exhibition of Heroes” by Ben Turnbell.
The latest street art of Mentalgassi has been displayed at galleries and festivals in Spain. See also: “Fence Flip Graffiti.”
It is the first time that I’ve seen graffiti characters based on people urinating and defecating in degraded bathrooms. These visuals were created by Stetskovych. Warning: This post may contain images with nudity. Viewer discretion is advised.
Graffitist Pablo Delgado has been glueing mini doorways, people, and other objects on city walls and sidewalks. Warning: This post may contain sexual references. Viewer discretion is advised.
Artist Lola Dupre has displayed a series of “exploding” portrait collages of known figures such as Charles Darwin, Kim Novak, Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, among others.
These are mixed-media illustrations by Mariah Burton. She uses diverse materials such as paint,Â paper, fabric, polymer clay, and found objects.
Collages by John Stezaker.