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Cutting it: The Art of Collage Photography

By Marili Persson - 3 min read

Captivating mixed-media creations by the community.

These photographs have been ripped apart and reassembled, resulting in visually dynamic and beautiful compositions. The craft of combining different objects and images makes collage photography a fundamental expression of what it means to create art: Remixing styles and influences into something greater than the sum of its parts.

Congratulations to each of the photographers below, who have won our recent Cut and Paste Mission. We hope you’ll enjoy your prize, a copy of EyeEm Magazine Vol. V: Diversity!

Winners

Single cloud over domes

By Andrew Hays

LOW ANGLE VIEW OF RED BRIDGE AGAINST CLOUDY SKY

By MRCLPPN

FULL FRAME SHOT OF COBBLESTONE STREET

By Georgy

UMBRELLA ON BLUE BACKGROUND

By Mark Espenschied

WOMAN SWIMMING IN SEA

By Robbie Peerson

Digital composite image of woman holding magnifying glass with reflection of sea over barren land

By Sawitree LYaon

VIEW OF STAIRCASE

By David M. Heyer

By Sarah

SIDE VIEW OF WOMAN STANDING IN SEA AGAINST CLEAR SKY

By Paulo Navarro

REAR VIEW OF WOMAN STANDING ON BEACH

By Cristina Pedreira

Curious to find out how the art of cutting and pasting emerged and why it fits so well to today’s photography? Read on for a brief history of collage photography.

Header image by Paulo Navarro.

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