Most popular Collage & photomontage books
The most popular Collage & photomontage books currently available. Updated weekly.
50 years of hard-hitting protest art from Britain's foremost political artist
Collage by Women Presents a selection of works by 50 international women collagists and centres on the creative processes of artists that should be on our radar through an impressive variety of manual and digital techniques, topics, and aesthetic choices, accompanied by texts that provide in-depth approaches to the work of each one of the featured artists.
Even if you don't consider yourself an aritst, If you Can Cut, You Can Collage takes the mystery out of this timeless artform through fun, easy, illustrated techniques.
Discover how to make creative, personal collages with advice, techniques and projects from craft author and graphic designer Clare Youngs.
Controversial cult artist, enfant terrible of the art world, friend of Haring and Warhol, and both idol and a victim of the art scene of the '80s, Basquiat was a legend in his own lifetime. This catalog, published in conjunction with the major retrospective at the Lugano Museum of Modern Art, provides an excellent overview of Basquiat's life and work.
Both a popular hobby and a recognised art form, collage encompasses a wide range of creative styles and techniques. Offering step-by-step instruction, visual inspiration and even a library of copyright-free images, this guide covers all the necessary materials, tools and know-how, from adding colour and transferring images, to decollage.
This charming calendar contains a selection of Alexandra Milton's atmospheric collages of birds. Working primarily in collage, Milton uses handmade papers from around the globe to render images of animals. Informative text accompanies each work and the datepad features previous and next month's views.
Tell your own stories and tales in collage layers of paper, images, fabrics, objects and more collected from your world.
From trash to treasure, Jason Mecier's amazing celebrity portraits made from trash, candy, and other items are a visual treat for pop culture and pop art fans alike.
A jewel-like book that evokes unmistakable Italian landscapes and cityscapes. It commits every detail to paper, and the small-scale format emphasises the author's distinctive flair for capturing the relationship between extreme foreground and distance. It explores Italy, from Apennines to Veneto, through the eyes of a very particular artist.
The first monograph of Sammy Slabbinck, the artist who designed the last album cover for Leonard Cohen, and who has been featured in The New Yorker. With preface by Adam Cohen, son of Leonard Cohen.
The perfect gift for Father's Day. Hilarious and strange images from the instagram sensation Things I Have Drawn.
Peter Kennard is Britain's foremost political artist and has been at the cutting edge of global political image making since the Vietnam War. Unofficial War Artist brings together the best of Kennard's work from 45 years of his career and accompanies a major retrospective of his work at IWM London.
Project: Collage is packed with great ideas for creating eye-catching collages, with 50 step-by-step projects to inspire you.
An exploratory and artistic activity guide around the infinite possibilities and techniques of mixed media: materials, tools, supports and finishes.
The most comprehensive monograph in print on this provocative artist, who has helped to redefine contemporary art
An exploration of the interaction of aesthetics and politics in Bertolt Brecht's "photoepigrams."
With Painted Botanical Collage, artists of all skill levels will learn to create lifelike botanical artwork-featuring flowers, succulents, and herbs-using painted background papers and elegant collage techniques.
Joseph Cornell created a "poetic theatre of memory" from his fantasies. This volume probes Cornell's imagery in his earliest Surrealist-inspired collages of the 1930s, his box constructions of the 1940s and 1950s, his experimental films, and his final collages in his last years.
Examines knowledge production and its visual and material background, combining the perspectives of media history with art history and the history of science. -- .
From the time of its invention, photography has enabled artists not only to capture the world around them but also to create worlds of their own. This title investigates how artists from the late 19th century to the present have used photographic fragments or techniques to represent political, social, or cultural states of utopia or dystopia.
Sarah Tulloch: ObjectImage is a poignant approach to the physical material of a photograph and a re-imagination of it into new forms.