04.11.10 by Jeff

Amy Eckert

“Misunderstood Buildings”, photo collages by Amy Eckert.

collage photographer photography amy eckert

collage photographer photography amy eckert

collage photographer photography amy eckert

collage photographer photography amy eckert

collage photographer photography amy eckert

collage photographer photography amy eckert

collage photographer photography amy eckert

collage photographer photography amy eckert













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



  • Interesting work. I really like the image with the steps up to the house leading to the carpeted stairs, witty but also sinister (for some reason).

  • lapetitefaon

    Man, I love a well done collage. Its such a simple concept but so hard to do well. I can’t make one to save my life but these are amazing!

  • Looks like Amy Eckert creates spaces for Melinda Gibson’s characters : http://www.booooooom.com/2010/10/06/artist-photographer-melinda-gibson/
    Or maybe they just come from the same planet :) Lovely

  • zoomusic

    very inspiring!

  • Ahh, these are brilliant! I want to have a picnic in front of them :D

  • fiorella

    these are way cool! i love the collages and colors. they feel like entering into another dimension or reality.. a portal!

  • interesting!





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