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Nick Thomm Combines Collage and Illustration With Psychedelic Results

Australian artist and designer Nick Thomm creates eye catching collage works reminiscent of a mishmash of magazine or billboard advertisements. Thomm deconstructs crisp, high-quality photos and reassembles them into new compositions with hallucinatory, digital effects. Elements of glitchy distortion are used to manipulate the images of models and ancient statues. Many of them are surrounded by vivid cyan, magenta and yellow backgrounds, turning them into a visually-engaging sensory overload.

Australian artist and designer Nick Thomm creates eye catching collage works reminiscent of a mishmash of magazine or billboard advertisements. Thomm deconstructs crisp, high-quality photos and reassembles them into new compositions with hallucinatory, digital effects. Elements of glitchy distortion are used to manipulate the images of models and ancient statues. Many of them are surrounded by vivid cyan, magenta and yellow backgrounds, turning them into a visually-engaging sensory overload.

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