Tim Jarosz creates these wondrous cityscapes by collaging and digitally modifying the color and texture of his photos. He is a professional photographer and designer based in Chicago.
Mixed media artist Julie Cockburn manipulates found photographs by cutting, embroidering and collaging. She says “no image is safe after it enters my studio.”
Swiss artist Thomas Flechtner trains his lens on the natural world, highlighting forms, shapes and superabundant color. His series Sites focuses on the boundaries between natural wilderness and cultivated landscape, exploring the movement and vibrancy of the natural world. (Above: Site 14, C-print mounted on aluminum, 55 1/4 x […]
It’s possible to view the work of photographer Patrick Lajoie and not notice at first that it’s an image transfer onto birch panel, but upon closer look, the grain of the wood becomes visible and melds beautifully into the background.
Montreal photographer Mika Goodfriend created Snowbirds, a documentary study of Breezy Hill RV trailer park, a tightly knit community of French Québécois retirees in Pompano Beach, Florida (home to the largest concentration of Québécois outside Québec). The series examines how these winter transplants import their unique identity and culture […]
This short film is a fascinating look at the way Brooklyn-based photo artist Daniel Gordon creates the elaborate, colorful, three-dimensional tableaux he constructs with images collected from the Internet. The video focuses on still lifes, created with analog techniques then finished digitally. A joy to watch, especially if […]