Dynamic Graffiti Art by Street Artist Pëdro



The anonymous Portuguese street artist, who only signs his works as Pëdro, mailed in some of his elaborate graffiti collage pieces. His layered works are characterized by their raw intensity, helped in no small measure by the artist’s fantastic understanding of color and shading techniques.

You can visit his Tumblr to check out more of his works.

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The Noise of the Fog and Wind

Acrylic and embroidery on bonding tissue 113 x 103 cm An abstract mixed media piece from the Neblina eo Barulho do Vento (noise of the fog and wind) series, by…

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Claudio Parentela’s Pop Art Collages and Paintings

A man of many talents, Italian artist Claudio Parentela has been an active member of the international underground art scene for many years now. His mixed-media collages and paintings will firmly grab your attention, disorienting you with their raw, frenetic edginess and energy.


Claudio’s huge body of work has been featured in numerous magazines and art galleries. He lives and works from Catanzaro, Italy.

Link to Claudio Parentala’s site (NSFW, and filled with animated gifs).

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Soviet-Era Scrapbook

Londoner Paul Prudence serendipitously came across a wonderful scrapbook filled with Soviet-era illustrations and graphics, in a junk shop in the city of Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. Paul has…

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The Collage Artworks of Irina and Silviu Szekely


Irina and Silviu Szekely are two exciting UK-based artists, whose collaborative surrealist paper collages were inspired and influenced by diverse sources, including, but not limited to the works of Dada, “Encyclopaedia Acephalica, the writings of Benjamin Péret, Duchamp, Foucault, Bataille, or Julio Cortázar, to name just a few.”

We are a team of two emerging artists working towards Meta-real / Pseudo-DaDa directions that allow us to create traditional collages/assemblages/photo montages that one might find thought provoking and aesthetically incisive.  We chose collage because it gives us the possibility to remove an object from its original space allocated once and for all in a definitive reproduction (photography, printed images, etc.) and to place it in a whole different environment in order to produce alternative visual and conceptual behaviours with parallel functionalities.

A closer inspection of the works of the two Romanian-born artists, reveals the masterful composition and skilled technique behind them. These are not your average collages, they have enough depth and perspective to entice us to take a peek inside.


Link to their site. Hit the jump to see more collages from their portfolio.


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