the right of the people peaceably to assemble – Chris Gavaler

The image-text sequence “the right of the people peaceably to assemble” combines digitally manipulated photography, graphic design, and found language in a hybrid form that suits the technical definition of comics while violating comics’ conventions and connotations. The eight-piece sequence is part of a larger book-length project, Words Fail. assemble Pussy Riot Black Lives Matter…

9 contour drawing collages by Lori Langille

The Looking/Not Looking collage series features contour drawings layered with vintage 19th century images. Here the act of contour drawing, (observing an object closely and drawing it without looking down at the page) offsets the structured approach of collage, breaking up the detailed vintage images with a loose, spontaneous line. avocado toast book coffee fork…

Six new collages by Kon Markogiannis • Empty Mirror

These collages are a way to make sense of our complex, fragmented world and an attempt to impose order and unity on life’s chaos. The work is mainly informed and inspired by dadaist and constructivist art-graphic design. TwitterFacebookAbout Kon MarkogiannisKon Markogiannis has been exhibiting his art for many years (mainly in Greece and the UK)…

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