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It’s been a while!

Let’s update you about my latest collage artworks.

I am trying to work on bigger vintage pictures, I can see that I handle quite well these formats. However, it’s hard to find big old portraits, so I will exercise until I will have big photos to work on.

You feedback is always welcome and if you want to purchase the original pieces, just check my Saatchi Art gallery.

 

 

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Inspired – André Bergamin

Inspiring!
Enjoy the intricate collage compositions by the Brazilian visual artist and illustrator André Bergamin.

You can follow him too on Tumblr and Facebook.

Inspired – Amela Cikota

Inspired!

Enjoy the beautiful analogue paper layered collages by the American artist and art teacher Amela Cikota. This series, called Codes, is about abstract composition pieces made of plenty of different papers.

This is how the artist describes her work:

These collages are the newest addition to my work. The collages are created by layering a variety of paper including tracing paper, vellum, Japanese paper, painted paper, Thai paper, Nepalese paper, and pages from antique German books. The base of each work is part of a antique music reel which create the lines and dots in the collages. This connection to music brings a code like visual to the collages. I look at these lines and dots as a code, or more of an early technology and coding that came way before computers. These codes encrypted in the antique paper creates a relationship between the past and today’s world.

You can also follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

Some Of My Works 58

New pieces!

This is a new batch of contemporary collages that you can find available on my Saatchi Art gallery.

Enjoy 🙂

 

Etsy Shop – New Works 015 + Artobotic

Yes!

Some of these tiny collages below are now available in my Etsy shop.

10 pieces of this new series can be yours if you live or pass by Edinburgh city. I participated to Artobotic Project, where you can purchase affordable and tiny art through some vending machines around the city. I love this idea!

Purple Workshops – London Graphic Centre

New!

A few weeks ago I have started to collaborate with the UK reseller of the MT masking tape, the official brand of the colorful washi tape that I use a lot for my personal collage projects. I am running some free workshops around London, where I will show you the many creative ways to use this tape. Anyone is welcome to join!

Below you can see some photos of the last event done in London Graphic Centre. As you can see it was fully booked, the available spots are limited. The next one will be in Cass Art Islington, you can have more info and book your place clicking here.

I will keep you update on the next events soon. If you can’t make it next time, just keep an eye on my Facebook or Instagram account to stay up to date. I hope to see you there!

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New Collection!

I am into experimenting a lot in these last months, so I thought to share the final results with you. These pieces are part of a series called “Raw Cuts“, available on my Etsy store. Below a little intro about it.

About the Series
Raw Cuts Series is born to give space to my numerous vintage and found paper scraps collected in years. I wanted to give justice to all these leftovers in my personal way, creating small format collages full of bold colours. I also decided to choose a particular surface for these art pieces, a 150 gsm handmade paper made from recycled cotton rag. I believe that this kind of paper goes well with the final concept of this art project.