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This collage points out that smoking kills. It stood out to me because of the explosives set off in the background due to the cigarette.

Spring Crop at the Rosseland Crater

Exploding heads and candy bombers: vintage collages to blow your mind

Astronaut and Roses, Spring Crop at the Rosseland Crater by Eugenia Loli, pop art, collage art.

Warhol Polaroids

I don't really love Warhol because he was a manipulative pretentious * you know what* , but this is a neat collection of poloroids of his. It also gives a background on the people in the photos.

John Brack, The Breakfast Table, 1958

The Breakfast Table / John Brack / 1958 / oil on canvas - Things with a long drop shadow?

Collage moon children. Ideas for DIY postcards. Cut and paste.

Glue-Paper-Scissors : Bene Rohlmann Illustration This is Art, not Mine nor yours, but It deserves to be seen.Share it.

Portrait of Salvador Dalí taken by Luis Buñuel during the scripting of L’Age d’Or. 1930.  ☀

Portrait of Salvador Dalí taken by Luis Buñuel during the scripting of L’Age d’Or. ☀ Is it just me or does John Galliano slightly resemble Salvador?


Joe Webb, Stirring Up A Storm, Original Collage Courtesy of the Saatchi Gallery, London

Tokyo Untitled by Renato D'Agostin

Untitled (from Tokyo Untitled), by Renato d’Agostin (Italian contemporary photographer, b.

"Collages" by designer Sammy Slabbinck

Awesome Collage Artworks by Sammy Slabbinck

How High the Moon / Sammy Slabbinck - Collage - Art - Cut & Paste - Mixed Media - Design

Mariano Peccinetti

'Unknown Pleasures to Infinity' collage by Mariano Peccinetti aka Trasvorder.

The Musings of the Solitary Walker (1926) by Rene Magritte. Art Experience NYC

1926 Magritte Les Reveries du promeneur solitaire (This painting is Magritte's private reflection on the suicide of his mother in 1912 when he was just thirteen years old. On the left is the Sambre River where she was found 17 days after she disappeared.