Inspired – K Young

I truly enjoy the surrealist hand cut paper collages by the London based artist K Young. These interventions are incredibly detailed and well crafted, and they recall me the noir cinema in some way.

K Young says: “reimagining existing objects and turning them into something new has been a preoccupation of mine for as long as I can remember, and it is this, together with a long-held passion for photography, which has led me to my working process today. I make hand-cut paper collages from found photographic material. Using editing, reframing, splicing, layering and juxtaposition, I reassemble images until a different narrative emerges. I then make these collages into photographs. By returning the image to some semblance of its original state, I am acknowledging its legacy. To me, the circle is complete”.

You can also check the official website clicking here.

Etsy Shop – New Works 010


Enjoy some of my new tiny collages available on my Etsy shop.


Inspired – Jenya Vyguzov


Enjoy the amazing digital interventions on fashion portraits by the Russian artist Jenya Vyguzov.

Inspired – Astrid Torres


Enjoy the digital collage works by the Guatemalan artist Astrid Torres.

Some Of My Works 53


These are some of my new collages on vintage found photos and postcards. You can find more of them here and here.

Some Of My Works 46

Here they are!

It’s been a while since I shared my new works, so here it is a brand new mini series of collages. I wanted to  use my “signature” crochet mask, and at the same time to connect it to an intriguing concept.

This project is directly inspired to “Uno, Nessuno e Centomila” (One, No One and One Hundred Thousand) novel by Luigi Pirandello. The “identity loss” of the main character Vitangelo Moscarda, is a smart analysis on how the perception of ourselves can be so different through the eyes of the others.

I am also working on a digital collages series correlated to this concept, I will soon share some of them too. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy and as always,  you feedback is precious!

Want to win a large art print of one of my collages? Just Post a comment here to participate! Giveaway ends on Sunday 31 of January 2016.

Inspired – Liz Orton


The UK visual artist Liz Orton realized this awesome photo collage series called Deltiologies.

In this project she scanned and putted together several early twentieth century pictures, categorizing them according to recurring motifs such as lakes, snowy peaks, waterfalls and villages.

The result reminds me a lot to the iconic mandala drawings, with a “dreamy” final touch. I love it!

Want to win a large art print of one of my collages? Just Post a comment here to participate! Giveaway ends on Sunday 31 of January 2016.