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« on: January 22, 2013, 03:44:34 PM »
James Gallagher
James Gallagher uses collage to investigate human form and personal identity. Piecing together images cut from discarded books, forgotten issues of National Geographic, and the occasional vintage sex-manual, Gallagher creates stark and provocative scenes that reflect the world around him. ...
http://gallagherstudio.net/


Paul Burgess is a freelance illustrator, designer, photographer, artist and writer. He lives and works in St Leonards-On-Sea. ...
http://www.mrpaulburgess.com/ | http://www.mrpaulburgess.com/page3.htm


http://sbhb.tumblr.com/


Joe Webb (1976) uses vintage magazines and printed ephemera that he has collected to create simple but elegant hand-made collages, no Photoshop manipulation is allowed. Webb reimagines the imagery using simple and concise edits, transforming the original scene into something altogether more surreal.
http://www.joewebbart.com/


Arturo Herman Medrano
Born 1982 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Currently reside in Brooklyn, NY.
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http://luluwolf.com/




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« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2013, 03:41:40 PM »
Ashkan Honarvar
The saying goes that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. It occurs in places you least expect.
Revealing its art in the human body, but also cruelly absent in the presence of deformations and scars.
Ashkan Honarvar (1980) depicts an undeniable, unavoidable beauty by accepting the darker sides of human ‘nature’.
The body, torn by acts of war, exploited by the sex industry or used as a tool for seeking identity, is
the focal point of his work.This constitutes a search for a universal representation of the evil latent in every human,
providing an opportunity for reflection. His aesthetic dissection has an intriguing macabre nature,
which opens the images to interpretation.
Honarvar’s almost empiric exploration of the human condition knows no bounds. Its goal; the indefinable core.
Titus Verheijen
http://www.ashkanhonarvar.com/

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David Delruelle is a collage artist born in Brussels in 1988. He graduated in Plastic Arts from the EPS Saint-Luc of Brussels in 2012, and is currently dedicating himself to the practice of collage, his medium of predilection. ...
http://daviddelruelle.tumblr.com

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