How great are these perceptual studies by Toronto-based artist Isabel M. Martinez. Spending her formative years in Santiago, Chile, Martinez’s work takes apart experience, time, perception and emotion in these simple yet mesmerizing photographs. Each piece is done using analog medium format film, multiple exposures, and in-camera masks to achieve the striped pattern, which at times renders the illusion of a three dimensional collage.
Always a sucker for colorful collage, we love these pieces by Wales-based artist Laura Redburn. Drawing equally from nature, dreams and the past, Laura’s work blends innocence and playfulness perfectly.
Smart and slightly eery hand-cut collages by UK based (via Romania) duo Irina and Silviu Szekely.
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Awesome collages by Istanbul artist Ceren Kilic. We love this line from her artist statement: “Her work is influenced by the contrast between solid look of the future and the sophisticated way of living of the past.”
It’s almost Halloween, and because of that we are feeling drawn to these lovely, slightly creepy collages by Dutch artist Tinca Veerman. We definitely agree with this line from her artist statement: “Tinca pushes the boundaries of reality and the unreal, deformity and refinement.”