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Queensland artist Holly Leonardson celebrates pooches of the most adorable variety (and makes excellent use of coloured stickers).
This Canadian lady creates abstract collages from pieces of paper that she randomly scatters over her desk.
Sydney folks: Venezuelan artist Nadia Hernandez has a rather stunning exhibition opening in your neck of the woods tonight.
When it comes to creating colourful artworks, Stephanie Wunderlich prefers to stick to the classic tools of the trade: scissors and glue.
Three cheers for Photoshop and photographer Olivia Lazer.
These collages combine vintage photos with a carefully snipped mishmash of paper and fabrics.
We asked our lovely cover artist for a little treat: a print of the colourful collage piece to give away.
Let's just say this: we likey a lot.
We’ve come a long way since our childhood collage attempts composed of mushed-up tissue paper and delicious globs of Clag, but Linden Eller has has raised the bar to a whole different level.
Mairi Timoney is no stranger to the contents of a pencil case.
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