Mily Cyroc is a Parisian collage artist who loves to go through old french culture magazines and sometimes uses her graphic design degree. She's already worked for an agency which she loved but felt it took away a little from her career as an artist. Since then her latest works of portraiture take viewers to a place of horror and beauty. We find out what her inspiration and creative processes is like...
Events within Australia featuring artists from Brisbane Collage Club in July and August 2017.
Mr Babies is one of the coolest and nicest collage artists on Instagram, hands down. With a stunning 75k followers and countless likes, he is probably the psychedelic collage king of the 21st Century. As a veteran in the underground collage scene showing face in a few posts for large collage grams such a Collage Collective Co and Tax Collection. He was recently featured in a Creator's Project x Vice article.
If you haven't seen Karen Lynch's works yet chances are you won't be able to take your eyes of them anytime soon. Check out her interview below! instagram / website Q: Where are you from? Adelaide, South Australia Q: When did you start collaging and when did you realise this was the style for you … Continue reading Guest Artist Q+A: Karen Lynch
A huge congratulations to James (@unclechronicbone) for creating an amazing album cover for Australian band Deadlight's! James is an artist and fashion designer for Chronic Bone Clothing. He uses bright imagery which matches his personality. If you aren't familiar with his work check out some more below or click through on his instagram handle … Continue reading James Hornsby’s album cover for Deadlights
After taking a short hiatus Kurt is back in the collage game, using both analogue and digital mediums he creates strange collages with religious, supernatural and space themes, although collage is his primary medium he also enjoys photography. Q: Tell me about your art how you started, what made you start and why you continue? I … Continue reading Artist Q+A: @kur_t
Madbutt is an artist currently experimenting with digital and hand cut collage techniques using vintage and modern materials. She is apart of Brisbane Collage Club and Primary Arcade. Madelaine’s works are featured in private collections in New York, Sydney, Melbourne and London. instagram / facebook / website Q: What’s the primary message behind your art? … Continue reading Artist Q+A: @madbutt