Geo. Taylor (@geotaylor)
My art is traditional cut and paste collages. All images used are found in magazines, books, newspapers and other printed media. I do not print images from the internet or from my personal digital collection. Each piece is a unique work.
My collages are very busy, intricate, detailed and full of action. Multiple stories can be found within one piece. Morality, religion, politics, sexuality, and human nature are my inspirations and I always strive for humor and obscurity. There's always something new to discover.
Thank you for stopping to take a look at my work. I hope that you leave with a smile.
All images are copyright geo.t 2017.
Location: San Francisco, CA, United States
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Dervin Batarlo (@dervinbatarlo)
Analogue collage artist • email@example.com • patreon.com/dervinbatarlo • dervinbatarlo_collage (Instagram)
I'm a low-tech, surreal collage artist and amateur photographer originally from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. I currently live in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Joe Brovsky (@officergrubsky)
Hello, Ello. I make collages. Intricate, tedious, meticulously scoured, hand cut collages. Every piece is sourced from books or magazines, nothing is done digitally.
Bob Ryder (@bryder)
Artist, Painting, Drawing, Photography, Coaching & PGA Golf Professional
Damon Way (@damon)
Play Music / Shoot Film / Build Brands / Skate Pools
umberto daina (@umbertodaina)
Umberto Daina is born in Palermo in 1979. In 2002 he moves to Florence where he attends the University of Architecture and collaborates with his teachers as videomaker, making video-documentaries about urban planning and urban sociology. Since 2004 he leads seminars, workshops and lectures in various faculties, academies of fine arts and Italian institutions. In 2011 he starts teaching "3D Animation" at the Accademia Italiana of Florence. Since 2006 he is also a freelance filmmaker and graphic designer. In 2016 he collaborated with Pantone LLC as Cover Artist.