In the New York Times this morning, this collage illustration by Matthew Richardson accompanied a book review of Alan Furst's new book, Spies of the Balkans.
A new discovery for me, I checked out Matthew's website and found a wide range of exciting collages, divided into categories including Editorial, Books, Design, Advertising, and Self-Initiated Work. Here are some samples:
Matthew Richardson works in printmaking, photography, drawing, assemblage and digital media. He says on his website that inspiration comes from "a diversity of out-of-the-way places such as folk art, outsider environments, 1930s studio photography and choice finds in bric-a-brac and secondhand book shops."