collage : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a paste-up made by sticking together pieces of paper or photographs to form an artistic image
he used his computer to make a collage of pictures superimposed on a map
- n any collection of diverse things
a collage of memories
News & Articles
- 3 creative projects for passing downmemories
Above, a hero collage poster is shown. Baby boomers are using tools like Ancestry.com to gather pieces of their family history and create original works of art from the data they find. Below, a custom cover of an 'In Memory of' album is shown.
June 13, 2013 - Eastern Shore News
Billing themselves as the "Jesters of Rock,” Collage Menage has gone through around two dozen members since forming in 1988, with identical twins Hans and Fritz Jensen as the sole constant core.
June 13, 2013 - San Diego Reader
- PRINCETON: âPrinceton Mixâ collage unveiled at hall
Pennsylvania artist Nancy Shill took scraps of paper from Princeton, be they pieces of newspaper or other items, and made them into a collage mural in honor of the merged community.
June 13, 2013 - The Princeton Packet
- Jane Ginsburg in International Herald Tribune
What makes me uneasy is that it kind of suggests that anybody's photograph is fair game, even if it uses the entire image, and it remains recognizable, and it's not just used in a collage,Ginsburg said. "I think that's pretty radical."
- Constanza Romero in International Herald Tribune
As he worked, August always started in a foggy place, sort of like a collage artist, and then scenes connected as he slowly rewrote,says Romero, recalling her husband's writing habits.
- Robert Kraft in USA Today
Bill is one part of the face of this team,Kraft said. "There are many other faces. And, as a collage, I'm pretty proud about what this team is and how it conducts itself on and off the field, and no one's perfect. I think Bill is a man of...