In the art world, collage is a technique known as “alchemy”.

 It has a deep methodological history (a method of combining books, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous objects around you) and can be traced back to China around 200 BC.

 The term “collage” was coined by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso around the same time as a dramatic movement among surrealists in the 20th century that established it as a genre of fine art.

 Since then, collage techniques such as assemblage and photo montage have been developed in various ways without interruption, and in recent years, a new field has been born with the development of technology.

 A new field has been born in recent years with the development of technology, and that is digital collage. In this article, we will introduce the artists who create digital collage.

Takayoshi Ueda

Fertile Island 2(L)
89.4 x 89.4 cm
Fertile Island 1(L/C/R)
83 x 249 cm

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WELCOME BOY 2ND

GROW UP
84 x 59 cm
HOLE IN ONE
84 x 59 cm

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IL VENTO Nakajima

LIFE BOUND
103 x 72.8 cm
MABOROSHI Vol.1
59.4 x 42 cm

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Naoya Hirata

Big Dipper chicken
43 x 28.7 cm
Ouija #4 (Lion)
118.9 84.1 cm

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soryo

#16
84.1 x 59.4 cm
#28
84.1 x 59.4 cm

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