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Hand-Cut Photographs Turned Into Clever Collages by Justine Khamara

The artworks of a Melbourne-based artist may seem like crazy digital manipulations at first, but they're actually hand-cut color photographs layered and arranged to form amazing collages. Read on to take a look and find out more!

I believe it’s safe for me to say that we lomographers all love collages especially those that are made in clever, mind-blowing ways. If you remember and liked the collages assembled by Keun Young Park out of torn photographs, we’re sure you’d also be amazed at the works of Melbourne-based artist Justine Khamara from 2008.

Justine carefully hand-cut individual color photographs then put them back together, the pieces rearranged to form crazy collages. Some of the collages were even cut into thin strips then woven.

What about you, have you tried making a collage as crazy and clever as Justine Khamaras with your own photos? Share your work with us and leave a comment/link below!

Want to read more inspiring and mind-blowing collage artworks? We have loads more for you:

Amazing Vintage Photo Collages by Naomi Vona
Monday Moodboard: Cool Cut Paper Collages by Christine Kim
Clever Collages by Agnes Montgomery
Clever Collages by Annette Messager
Nostalgic Collages by Lomographer Carina Santos
Clever Collages by Jonathan Talbot
Clever Collages by Eduardo Recife, Touched by the Hands of Time

All information and photos for this article were sourced from Justine Khamara’s Website, My Amp Goes To 11 on Tumblr, and Juxtapoz.

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