French designers Quentin and Thomas have created these awesome works of food art that challenge the way we think about perhaps the most common food on the planet, next to pizza. Check out their site fatandfuriousburger.com if you’re hungry for more.
Based out of Portugal, Lola Dupré is a collage artist and illustrator who’s work is made with paper, scissors and glue. Between 2000 and 2011, Lola worked in Glasgow in both the Chateau and Chalet studios. Her work is entrancing and raw, distorted and surreal. Listen to SBTRKT’s “Pharoahs” while you peruse Dupré’s work below.
Franz Falckenhaus is a Polish graphic designer who creates beautiful collages through mixed-media. His style is blended together between retro style and modernistic motifs. Enjoy!
Columbian graphic designer Sebastian Ospina has a collection of some awesome mixed media collages. They are typically characterized by female faces that are distorted through photo collage and paint. He finds inspiration from walking around on the street where he can see many emotions, attitudes, and feelings all at one time. Enjoy!
Inspired by the work of JR or Banksy, this following group of French artists known as Artisme (“art is me,” get it?) make collages of peoples faces and spread them around the city. From the Beaux Arts de Caen, a fine arts museum in the city of Caen, Artisme is bringing to focus and to … Read more