Collage Art may not be popular with everyone, but when you realize the thought put into each piece it really becomes a personal masterpiece!
Every day people speak about issues concerning the world, write blogs about politics or campaign for human rights, animal rights and more.
Today I am featuring an artisan who makes a statement through unique Collage Art that is made from recycled materials.
Matthew Hoffman of Material Whirl Collage creates Unique Collage Art that sometimes touches on serious issues or is an expression of personal thoughts and feelings.
Each collage is made entirely from recycled paper and cardboard from a variety of items including magazines, discarded advertising, and dry packaging materials. Wrinkles, creases, odd cuts, and ragged edges add to the unique appeal of this process.
Matthew’s Collage Art is signed and dated, and is suitable for framing or affixing to a blank note card. Great to give as a unique gift or use for personal mail as a note.
All of Matthew’s art is one of a kind or custom and is constantly changing. See his newest creations by visiting Material Whirl Collage on Etsy.