Gothic-inspired digital collages using "X-Files" photos.
Photo-interview with links to online slideshow of artists' book "Amari Marbu".
Collage artist Pat Street uses antique paper items -- maps, tickets, photos, playing cards, postcards -- to create witty, poignant collages with a contemporary edge. See the Gallery page for available work in both traditional and digital collage.
A commercial site maintained by the Kodak company with tips on creating digital collages from photographs. Offers a membership which allows the use of sample pictures for non-commercial creations as well as feedback from a Kodak employee who hosts the site.
A large collection of manipulated photographs, primarily incorporating celebrity images, by digiCollage, a digital photo collage gallery and email order photo finishing. Also offers the viewer the opportunity to receive a collage from the authors containing images the viewer uploads to the site.
Multinegative images of people and their environment. Street scenes and architectural images.
A series of linked animated collages.
Collage art that criticizes and satires different political, social, and environmental issues.
Deep-linked collage generator drawing on personal portraits donated by the Dartmouth community in May of 1997.
The "Museum Factory" of digital collages by Hungarian artist Istvan Horkay. Works incorporate the paintings of masters such as Rembrandt as well as etching, drawings, and other materials.