Archive for collage

Ben Lewis Giles

Posted in anatomy, art, collage, skulls and skeletons with tags , , , on September 27, 2016 by shewalkssoftly

Check out the gorgeous collage work of Ben Lewis Giles.


His sources range from vintage pulp art to fine art, and everything in between. Biology textbooks, nature picture books, the art of folklore and Americana…


He states:
Nature, metamorphosis, light, colour, collage,collaboration, juxtaposition, repetition, excitement, evolution, manipulation,music, television, improvisation, participation and seduction are all components in my practice.



Ben Lewis Giles


Albane Simon

Posted in anatomy, art, retrofuturism, skulls and skeletons, vintage with tags , , , , , , on August 18, 2016 by shewalkssoftly

Is there such a thing as “whimsically apocalyptic?” After seeing Albane Simon’s collages, I’m inclined to believe there is.


She does a great deal of work for musicians, using vintage source material to create a delightful surreal, retrofuturistic vibe.


From the artist bio:
Imagine a world where linear time has lost all relevance. A place where past memories and future visions dance in a familiar present gone awry, this is where nightmares collide with lucid clarity.


I’ve been on a little alchemy craft kick lately, so I’m especially fond of this alchemical art inspired whiskey ad.

Albane Simon

Travis Bedel

Posted in anatomy, art, collage, craft, nature, paper with tags , , , , , , , on June 24, 2016 by shewalkssoftly

Travis Bedel makes some of the most breathtaking nature and anatomical mashup collages I’ve ever seen.




These decadent, colorful explosions of life actually lift my mood when I look at them!


Travis Bedel

Legan Rooster

Posted in anatomy, art, collage with tags , , on September 30, 2014 by shewalkssoftly

One can tell that Legan Rooster studied architecture when viewing his intriguing collage work.


Human anatomy mingles with pieces of the natural world as the lines and curves of geometric figures lend a sense of universal coherence and integration to the images.

You will find a lot of “third eyes” in his work (which I love), and some pieces seem transcendentally meditative.


Legan Rooster

Randy Mora

Posted in anatomy, art with tags , , on February 28, 2011 by shewalkssoftly

I love Randy Mora’s digital collages.

A bit of anatomy, a bit of history, antiquated devices, textures…kitschy, classic, beautiful, macabre, surreal = SheWalksSoftly heaven!

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