The Altered Image

Chalmers, Jamie
July 2012
Surface Design Journal;Summer2012, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p28
Trade Publication
The article examines several mixed media artists who alter existing imagery to complete their work. Particular focus is given to how the artists utilize embroidery to modify photographs and other ephemera they collect. Artists discussed include Maurizio Anzeri, Matthew Cox and Wayne "Skid" Lo.


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