Matt Wisniewski is a web developer and self-taught artist based out of Brooklyn, NY. He has been using Photoshop since he was a child, and he loves to create visual experiments through collage. His art usually begins with a portrait, and he quickly combines textures until something catches his eye. If you want to learn more about his work, check out this great interview on Yatzer.
George Chamoun has created some really cool photo collages of old and new Hollwood.Surprisngly, there was no morphing of the images to fit together. They are two photos that happen to align incredibly well. The pairs in order are: Natalie Portman/Audrey Hepburn, Angelina Jolie/Elizabeth Taylor, George Clooney/Cary Grant, Robert Pattinson/James Dean and Scarlett Johansson/Marilyn Monroe. There are some striking similarities in their likenesses and poses.
Liz Brizzi is an artist from France who grew up in Los Angeles. She pulls inspiration from the raw and desolate aspects of cities.
"Her unique mixed media technique begins with the manipulation of her original photography collaged onto acrylic painted wood panels, finally blended within layers of colorful acrylic washes."
Jean Francois Rauzier's hyperphotos might look like a single photo, but these self dubbed hyperphotos are made of hundreds and sometimes thousands of individual photos. You can dive into each one and find an incredible amount of detail. Rauzier spends countless hours collecting and stitching together photos until it is impossible to distinguish between them. Make sure to check out the incredible full resolution photos at his portfolio.
What do you get when you mix beautiful women with cutouts from magazines? You get the wonderfully colorful and beautiful collages of Katai Stienstra. I love the unique patterns she incorporates into each piece. The use of nature in the backgrounds gives her art a feeling of serenity. Check out the rest of her collages here.