This is one of a series of altered postcards I did some time ago. Using a postcard of a Henri Rosseau jungle scene painting, I collaged pieces from a children's colouring book to create an even more surreal and strange image.
This a collage done in collaboration with my pal Henri Matisse, father of the equally famous Bernice Matisse. I bought that funny little rubber stamp recently and it just seemed to fit the bill perfectly.
This a reworked version of an earlier collage. Sometimes its a great challenge to see how one can develop an image beyond the point that you thought it was finished. Sometimes it works, sometimes its just fun to do.
I am often inspired by music and have just joined the music mail art group at IUOMA, the International Union of Mail Artists, so here is a piece of collage dedicated to all those rock groups of the sixties. Made while listening to Derek and the Dominoes.
This collage was inspired by my love of Pop art, the Psychedelic posters of the 60s and a little "Peter Max" type figure I cut out of a magazine. The background was from an old overprinted sheet and the bright colours were fun to work with.