Combining themes from 'Flowers for Algernon' with post-election chaos, artist Gregory Eddi Jones’ collage art is just what 2017 needs.
Italian photojournalist Gabriele Stabile turns the gritty unextraordinary scenes of Rome, extraordinary, in his photo-collages.
Photographic reproductions of ancient sculptures create new associations in Ewa Doroszenko’s 'The Promise of Sublime Words.'
Sarah D'Angelo's project honours the legacy of the late Will Munro, legendary activist, promoter, and community builder.
Sanda Anderlon creates intricate worlds with images culled from the web.
Laurence Kavanagh's 'March' exhibition combines memories of movies with physical impressions of the cinema to create surreal collages.
Artist Ventral is Golden is assembling portable libraries of art, zines, and writing and leaving them around Europe.
Devin Morris’ playful cutouts embody carefree self-expression.
Yurko Dyachyshyn’s collage series marries the $100 bill and Christian iconography.
Joe Webb’s seamless collages leaves no one unscathed—fashion, art, even Ariana Grande.
Artist/musician Julien Langendorff makes collages as punchy and instinctive as a punk song.
Jordan Westre's vintage print collages are a snarky comment on modernity.