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Deal: Collage.com Credits

Deal: Collage.com Credits
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Print an image on almost anything from mugs to blankets and even iPhone cases. You’ll get $100 worth of credits to Collage.com for just 1/4 of that price, and just in time for Mother’s Day, so you have no excuse not to get Mom something nice and personal.

Deal: Collage.com Gifting Credit

Deal: Collage.com Gifting Credit
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Instead of just giving flowers or candy this Valentine’s day, give your sweetie the gift of priceless memories by putting your photos on iPhone cases, mugs, and more at Collage.com. Get $100 worth of purchase credits for just $25 in The Awesomer Shop.

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Spirograph Worlds

Spirograph Worlds

Artist Rachel Evans creates maps of the world using a unique method. She uses hundreds of spiral shapes created with a Spirograph, then lays them out into collages representing each continent. Prints available here.

Selected People

Selected People

Pelle Cass takes hundreds of photos of the same location, then hand-selects subjects and composites the images into a single still. The end result is patterns that emerge from these previously unconnected individuals and animals.

One Dollar Bill Collages

One Dollar Bill Collages

Artist Mark Wagner creates unbelievably intricate collages using U.S. currency. His diverse portfolio ranges from faces to plants to animals to complex scenes and his 14-panel masterwork – Lady Liberty. More here.

Photographic Specimens

Photographic Specimens

Artist Michael Mapes creates mesmerizing portraits and scenes using hundreds of tiny photographic cut-outs pinned to a display and stored in vials, like butterflies in an entomologist’s collection.

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