19.08.09 by Jeff

Mary Virginia Carmack

Collages by Mary Virginia Carmack. Memphis, TN.

mary virginia carmack collage paper artist

mary virginia carmack collage paper artist

mary virginia carmack collage paper artist

mary virginia carmack collage paper artist

mary virginia carmack collage paper artist













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • it appears the paper and collage books ive been reading have had some influence on me…

  • Lovely!
    Reminds me of Mark Weaver, though.
    http://markweaverart.com/

    • Haha, i was just about to say that

      • Callum

        I got the same feeling.

  • Raphael

    Loving them all, except the one with all the hands. Felt a hint of a Man Ray vibe on the first one.

  • I really like the second one. The first one kind of reminds me of some Mark Weaver stuff

  • cool. it’s like you could create your own surreal story for each one.

  • no

    I heard that mark weaver was a fart monster?

  • Ian C

    very nice!

  • Chelsey Scheffe

    #2
    Brilliance.

  • A




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