"...the principle of collage is the central principle of all art in the 20th century." -- Donald Barthelme (1931-1989)
''l'art pour l'art.'' -- Henri-Benjamin Constant de Rebecque (1767–1830) also attributed to Théophile Gautier (1811–1872)
Anima Designs: An amazing variety of materials may be found at Anima Designs. There are also lots of pictures of works which may inspire you and, in some cases, explanations of how they were made. Posted 11.29.03
Collage Closet: Collage Closet is the source of an ever-changing variety of genuine old stuff for collage and assemblage. Tintypes, Century-old Ledgers, Game Pieces, and Vintage Papers are among the items currently listed, Posted 6.23.08
The Japanese Paper Place: A source for a wide variety of the worlds most wonderful papers.
Kitsch Studio: A variety of materials (including some which
are unique) for collage renaissance artists. Posted
1207.2003 Suggested by Tracey.
Art Boards: If you are considering making large-scale collages and would like substantial substrates Art Boards offers a variety of panels with wood, canvas, or paper surfaces. Posted 1.11.04
Copyright for Collage Artists: Sarah Ovenall has put together a lot of information about copyright and how it applies to collage artists. Posted 7.31.03
Multimedia Artboard: This material, made of paper and thermal set epoxy resin, accepts and releases adhesives without surface damage and has other advantages as well. Posted 7.14.07
Talas: A wonderful store in New York with a wide variety of products having to do with paper and paper conservation and more. The Talas catalog is a textbook on adhesives, deacidification, pigments, etc. Posted 3.9.2006
Talbot Arts: A website where one can buy the tools and materials used by Jonathan Talbot in his "Collage without Liquid Adhesives" technique.
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