UK collage artist Andrew Blucha creates darkly surrealist illustrations under the moniker Metafables, which is an excellent description of his work. For more on why that’s so, see Visions of Excess.
I’ve written before about how the collage, once banished to kindergarten art class, made a comeback as a serious (if ironic) art form in the 2000s. I argued that this was primarily driven by technology, […]
Matt Cunningham, who goes by the moniker Moon Patrol, creates fantastically trippy retro collages from or inspired by old comics, pulp art, and vintage ads: cowboys, robots, phantoms, aliens, dinosaurs, and monsters. You can find […]
Ignacio Cobo is an artist from Santiago, Chile who uses digital collage to make novel tarot cards out of old art. His “deck” eschews traditional major/minor arcana in favor of loose associative representations and a […]
I can’t speak to how well this functions as a deck for divination, but the art is inspired commentary on contemporary culture through the skewering of our myths. The use of collage in particular is […]
If you don’t follow the art world — which is its own thing separate from the art itself — you may not know that the collage, once the pinnacle of fourth-grade art class, has made something […]