Katherine Streeter’s Offbeat Collage and Characters

From a collection of found imagery, sovaldi Katherine Streeter cuts and assembles bizarre scenes and brilliantly offbeat characters.

Her clever use of dolls and eye for pairing interesting snapshots together works perfectly for the eccentric and dream-like illustrations that she creates.

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© Katherine Streeter, 2015

 

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