For this best-of, we have gathered the most beautiful collages creations of the last years. With threads and needles, with paper and glue, with retouch softwares and also old photographs and surrealistic visuals ; the imagination of these artists is infinite. Our selection is to discover in the gallery.
Giacomo Carmagnola is an artist that works essentially with digital. Inspired by David Delruelle’s collages and the book “Haunted Air” by Ossian Brown, he combines old cliches to make modern and symbolic art pieces thanks to Photoshop and a “glitch” effect. He wants to create an alternative beauty and a fascinating visual impact with these pictures.
Zahariz is an adventurer and Malaysian filmmaker who is currently traveling around the world, spending most of the time on a bike while making the film of his journey. The man has fully adopted the nomadic way of life and traveled almost 400km in the mountainous regions of Kyrgyzstan.
Asphyxia is an experimental film project directed by Maria Takeuchi and Frederico Phillips. Artists explore human movement through motion capture technology. The team used two Xbox Kinect sensor to capture the movements of the dancer Shiho Tanaka then rendered the data produced in a photo-realistic environment.
Angélica García creates photographic works around the themes of loneliness and emptiness. The photos are not retouched, everything is done by hand. Angelica takes a picture of her subject, prints and handles to turn it into a surreal dream image before taking a picture of the final result again.