IdN 29/1: Mixed Media – Collages & Montages

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In this issue:
The word collage can be traced back to 200BC, deriving from the French word “coller”, meaning to glue or to stick together. Unfortunately, when this technique was first introduced to the world, it didn’t get the attention it deserved until the 10th century in Japan when calligraphers began to apply glued paper, using texts on surfaces, when writing their poems.

The work itself involves various media and materials ranging from photography, paper art, wood work and metal to any form of digital art. It is truly a wonder-land, the longer you look at it the more new elements or design genes you will discover.

Alberto Seveso | Beatriz Ortiz | Beppe Conti | Christian Barthold | Colowgee | David Szauder | Eiko Ojala | Firmorama | Gabrielle Pires Schauerhuber | Gregory Euclide | IS Creative Studio | Israel G. Vargas | Marcos Moronell | Margaret Scrinkl | Mayara Marques | Nata Romankova | Natalia Sayuri Lara | Oleg Borodin | Olga Khaletskaya | Oscar Rodriguez | Óscar Varona | Rina Lukovnikova | Safwa Gamal Salem | Scholar | Sera Lione

160p + 8p cover
160mm (w) x 230mm (h)
4 varying paper stocks
4C process + matt lamination