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The way UK artist Claire Softley sees it, sometimes it's the 'happy accidents' that lead to the best results.
Javier Perez is a clever chap from Ecuador who uses a few simple pen strokes to turn everyday doodads into whimsical works of art.
We've stumbled across our dream wallpaper designs, and they come from the hands of Welsh lassie Laura Redburn.
"Love paper, love thread and adore the combination." Eight words we couldn't agree with more.
It is time to take our hats off to Belgian artist Sammy Slabbinck and his rather glorious visions of mashed-up vintage imagery.
Nhung Nguyen's collages are embellished with such intricate details that we assume she has some kind of peewee pair of scissors to nick out tiny shapes.
We've been smitten with collage artist Beth Hoeckel's cosmos-laden works for quite a while now, so we thought it was about time we sat her down for a chat.
Australian artist Maz Dixon thinks postcards and souvenirs set us up for disappointment.
Hollie Chastain is an artist living in Chattanooga, Tennessee, who takes old book covers and turns them into beautiful collages.
Most of our primary school collages comprised of torn tissue paper stuck onto a piece of butcher's paper with glitter glue pens. Danielle Krysa's snipped, stitched and painted pieces are a little better than that.
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