Feel free to blame Canada for the fun artwork of Toronto-based photographer Sara Cwynar. The above image is a ‘fictional manifestation of paranoia’. The cluttered composition and mischievous raccoon makes me a bit paranoid, even though I enjoy it. Sara was even featured in The New York Times magazine, and she’s still in school! You can also see Sara’s work on her Tumblr page.
Most of Bobby Neel Adams‘s whole shpiel is taking two seperate images and composing them as if they were one. Old and young, man and woman, comparing and contrasting two different relationships and how they work together.
Insanely intricate and beautiful drawings and cut paper works by Hunter Stabler.
Work by Philadelphia based artist and graphic designer Dustin Kemper.
Kenny B. Harris has some awesome posters using mix and digital media. Check it out!
Decontruct. Reconstruct. Gabi Trinkaus’ collages make for portraits that, at a distance, look like paintings of gorgeous people. On closer inspection, they bring details of chopped up textures, words, and logos.
Stefan Danielsson creates captivating socio-political collages that embody themes of suffering and redemption.
I am absolutely in love with Stacey Page’s recent body of work. She uses found vintage photographs and sews in beautifully stitched details. A few of these pieces are up for sale on her etsy store. I hope she makes a small portfolio book or brochures of these beauties, I’d love to purchase one for my collection of artist books.