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Combining a sense of humor and an uncanny understanding of placement, the artist 'mr. babies’ is a supreme collage wiz.

by Diana Shi
Oct 30 2016, 12:00pm

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Architectural interiors flood the visual eyelines of beloved Hollywood stars and across the faces of classic editorial shots. A weaving grotto stream opens up to a landscape of limitless dimensions and color fields. One analog collage artists fills his Instagram feed with reality-bending fantasy and enchanting composition for an audience of over 60,000 followers. The artist in question? On Instagram, he goes by mr.babies. The collage-maker extraordinaire has curated his eclectic, eye-catching works on the social platform for close to a year, evolving his account to branch off into other stylized collage series, like @eating.dis.order

His works are not only perfect attention-grabbing material for social media, but they inspire an appreciation for classic imagery mixed with trips down the rabbit hole. Other times, mr.babies' works combine highly evocative images with intense scenic spaces, such as one visual of a faceless, sobbing boy who sits on top of a smoking war zone, dwarfing it with his oversized image.

Take in some of the collage wonders of mr.babies right here:
 

 

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A photo posted by @mr.babies on

 

A photo posted by @mr.babies on

 

A photo posted by @mr.babies on

 

A photo posted by @mr.babies on

 

A photo posted by @mr.babies on

 

A photo posted by @mr.babies on

 

A photo posted by @mr.babies on

 

A photo posted by @mr.babies on

Follow mr.babies' collage work on Instagram here.

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