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Collage Makes Book in Review

Illustration for an article in the New York Review of Books, 7 November 2013.

Art of RetroCollage is pleased to announce that the New York Review of Books has published two collages by Eric Edelman...

Collage’s NSA Watch

In a previous Art of RetroCollage post, the extent to which the National Security Agency is spying on Americans was briefly mentioned...since then, we now understand how extensive this activity is...

Collage’s Young Man with a Twist

While I have regretted the loss of the direct sense of touch in physical collage, I have seen and appreciated the chance to explore and enhance image elements in digital collage...

Collage’s Crystal Kingdom

We commonly speak of the animal and plant kingdoms. Yet there is also a third kingdom: the mineral kingdom, the Crystal Kingdom underlying the other two kingdoms in subtle ways...

The Growing Progression of Collage

Inanimate and animate matter differ in many ways. Perhaps the most evident distinction between them is the way in which the structure of each type of matter grows...

Collage’s Ministry of Nightmares

Our civil liberties are being compromised, ostensibly for purposes of "national security." But when will the erosion of our rights lead us to lose both our security and our nation?

Is Collage a Secure State?

By now, most Americans are aware of the extensive domestic surveillance program run by the National Security Agency (NSA)...

Collage’s Kind Witness

We may not be able to prove scientifically that kindness exists outside of the human world, but there is much anecdotal evidence that it does...